John Fetterman 



The stroke John Fetterman sustained in May "changes everything" about his life, 

the Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania's US Senate seat who has had his health ridiculed by his Republican rival, Mehmet Oz, revealed.


He argued that his impairment was just transitory 

and that Dr. Oz would continue to be a fraud in January in a televised interview with NBC.


He used a closed captioning equipment to read the questions that were asked of him.


His remarks are the most recent development in a contest

that is becoming more competitive and may determine who controls the Senate.

The campaign has been characterized by animosity between Fetterman and his rival

a star television doctor whose career brought accusations of quack medicine for reportedly bogus diet pills and dubious Covid treatments.