John Fetterman Flips On Democrats

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

( – In a recent interview Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) argued that he was “not woke” and stated that there were no rights that squatters have. 

Fetterman who was first elected to Congress in 2022 has since frequently made headlines both for his casual attire in the Senate as well as his depression treatment. In an interview last week with the New York Post, the Senator argued that Squatters did not have any rights. He continued by questioning how someone could pretend that they were doing anything other than just breaking the law with their actions. 

In many areas across the country, including New York City, property owners are having a hard time removing squatters who have illegally taken up residence in private residences. 

Fetterman, who had previously served as the Braddock, Pennsylvania mayor, argued that the issue of squatters is one that they often had to deal with. He added that they always attempted to push back and argued that it was “wild” that someone could go away for 30 days and find that someone else had entered their home and were suddenly given the right to remain there. 

Fetterman pointed out that this is as if someone could steal one’s car, hold it for over 30 days, and then be given rights to it. 

Fetterman, who won in the 2022 Pennsylvania U.S. Senate election against Republican Mehmet Oz, has also slammed soft-on-crime policies. His recent statements came around two weeks after the death of NYPD Detective Jonathan Diller who had been shot during a traffic stop. Guy Rivera, who is accused of having killed Diller has had at least 21 prior arrests, including for assault and drugs. 

The Senator told the Post that he has gone to “police funerals” and that if this individual ends up convicted they need to be in prison for the rest of their life and never be allowed to be released. 

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