A new report revealed that the doctor that declared Democrat Senate candidate John Fetterman was healthy enough to campaign and serve in the Senate donated to Fetterman's campaign.
The spotlight has been on Fetterman for the past few months as he suffered a stroke in May that many fear may have made him incapable of serving as a Senator.
Fetterman has been struggling with speech and was even caught using closed captioning during an interview, as he couldn't understand the questions he was being asked.
To combat rumors that Fetterman wasn't capable of serving, his campaign issued a report from Pennsylvania physician Clifford Chen who has identified himself as Fetterman's "primary care physician."
In that report, Chen claimed that Fetterman "is well and shows strong commitment to maintaining good fitness and health practices. He has no work restrictions and can work full duty in public office."
The problem is Chen is a donor to Fetterman's campaign as well as to several other Democrats. The conflict of interest is obvious, and it is looking like Fetterman's campaign is desperately trying to cover up a major health crisis.
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