Midterms

TRAINWRECK PAYS OFF: Fetterman Camp Raised $1 Million Dollars in 3 Hours After Debate

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.26.22

This is real.

Despite a disastrous debate performance on Tuesday night —a fact conceded by both sides of the aisle —Senate candidate John Fetterman’s campaign has announced it raised $1 million dollars in three hours following the televised wreck.

From The Daily Wire:

Fetterman, who suffered a stroke days before the primary elections, faltered and provided choppy responses as Oz, a veteran television host, aggressively pressed his opponent. The two candidates exchanged blows on a variety of topics, from abortion and crime to fracking and inflation, on Tuesday evening as undecided Pennsylvania voters make final deliberations.

The Fetterman campaign, however, said on Wednesday that it had raised $1 million in the aftermath of the debate, which it believes is a sign of grassroots support behind the former Braddock mayor. “It’s clear that the people of Pennsylvania have John’s back in this race,” Fetterman campaign manager Brendan McPhillips said in a statement. “They stepped up tonight with a gigantic show of support for John and his debate performance. We’re honored and grateful for the support heading into the last two weeks of the race.”

More over at The Daily Wire:

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