John Fetterman got caught on camera doing one strange thing

Governor Tom Wolf from Harrisburg, PA, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Pennsylvania Democrat Senator John Fetterman has a lot of explaining to do.

The Senator’s behavior keeps raising eyebrows.

John Fetterman got caught on camera doing one strange thing.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced he authorized the chairman of the Oversight, Judiciary, and Ways and Means Committees to open an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

Republicans collected testimony and documents that obliterated Joe Biden’s lies about having no involvement in Hunter Biden’s business affairs as well as the false claims that he never talked business with his son.

Bank records showed over $21 million flowing into the bank accounts of Biden family members and various business associates while Joe Biden served as Barack Obama’s Vice President.

Hunter Biden’s business associate Devon Archer testified that Hunter Biden put Joe Biden on speaker phone 20 times during business meetings and that Hunter Biden was selling “the brand” — which amounted to the promise of access to Joe Biden.

IRS whistleblowers also exposed systemic political interference by the Biden Justice Department to protect Hunter Biden from more serious criminal charges.

Reporters naturally asked Senators in both parties how they would react to a potential Joe Biden impeachment.

John Fetterman broke out into a bizarre display where he mocked being afraid, gesticulated, and joked about the matter while one of his handlers desperately tried to drag Fetterman away from the camera.

“Oh my God, really? Oh my gosh, it’s devastating,” Fetterman snickered. “Oooh, don’t do it, please don’t do it,” Fetterman added while laughing and gesturing wildly. “Oh, no, Oh no,” Fetterman concluded.

Most politicians would be mortified at such a performance.

Not John Fetterman.

Fetterman owned the video and doubled down by reporting it on his own social media account.

Last May, Fetterman suffered a stroke and tried to hide the severity of it from the voters before the Pennsylvania Senate election.

Fetterman tried to pass off the stroke as a minor hiccup but in reality, it nearly killed him.

Earlier this year Fetterman checked himself into the hospital for eight weeks to receive treatment for clinical depression after Fetterman realized he would never fully recover from his stroke.

This latest performance will surely restart calls that Fetterman needs to resign from the Senate on the grounds that his stroke left him cognitively impaired.