Tucker Carlson worked himself into a frenzy over how John Fetterman
dresses exists. Dr. Oz, Fetterman's opponent, has been hammered for being out of touch and unrelatable. Oz's crudités eating ass is behind Fetterman in the polls, and Carlson is losing it.
And of all things that set the multimillionaire Fox host off is that Fetterman wears a hoodie and that, apparently, he's a "rich kid," so he should dress differently. That's rich coming from Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson, who supports gazillionaire Dr. Oz, who can't remember how many homes he owns.
So, this is the first time I've heard Fetterman referred to as a "rich kid," and it doesn't matter. We don't dislike Oz because he's wealthy. Oz is disliked because he has no idea how the rest of us live and doesn't seem to care.
The uber-wealthy, anti-choice, Trump-backed TV doctor isn't even from Pennsylvania, but he wants the job. And I prefer candidates that don't mock their opponent for having a stroke. That's so Trumpian, and we fired that guy, so maybe come up with a new routine, Oz.
At any rate, it appears that Tucker, the affected prep school twit who fetishized his bow ties, is big mad that Fetterman wears a hoodie, and the Fox News host has a dress code for people that have wealthy parents. Tucker's attitude isn't normal, and he looks like he's about to lose every single sh*t, so maybe he should talk to his therapist. I'm sure he has one on speed dial. He's the least self-aware person on earth. Personally, if I was a therapist and Tucker Carlson walked in for an appointment, I'd throw my arms in the air, walk out, and quit.