Don Jr's Shot At Fetterman Instantly Backfires
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October 26, 2022

We all remember when Donald Trump mocked a physically disabled reporter because his fee-fees were hurt. Well, like ableist father, like ableist son. Unsurprisingly, Junior inherited his father's narcissist gene, while both were born without the empathy gene.

Don took to his father's failing Truth Social platform and to Twitter to take a shot at John Fetterman, who, I might add, showed up to the debate against Dr. Oz even though he suffered from a recent stroke. That took guts.

"Amazing. I'm trending on Twitter because I expect a potential US senator to be able to form a complete sentence and or thought," he wrote, presumably after sniffing lines of cocaine off of Kimberly's ass. "In last nights [SIC] Pennsylvania senate debate John Fetterman was not able to do either. Apparently Democrats don't feel that that should be a requirement and saying so is "ableism" Because there's always an excuse for their idiocy never accountability. Pennsylvania you can do so much better than that moron go vote for Dr. Oz."

And on Twitter:

Don Jr's memory needs refreshing, and we're here to help:

Still, he persisted:

And Twitter took him to task, and his 'pass it on' tweet backfired.

In a few months, Fetterman will be fine. In a few months, Junior will still be an ableist pig. As Susie Madrak pointed out, yeah, Fetterman had a stroke, but what's up with Dr. Oz, the carpetbagging, anti-choice, crudité eating billionaire who has his head stuck up former President Donald Trump's massive ass.

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