John Fetterman declares himself ‘FetterWoman’ at pro-abortion rally

Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman declared himself “FetterWoman” at a pro-abortion rally on Sunday where he vowed to codify Roe vs. Wade.

Standing in front of a pink and black “Women for Fetterman” sign at a rally in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, Fetterman showed off a pink shirt that featured the “FetterWoman” tag on the chest.

The shirts immediately went on sale on Fetterman’s campaign website.

“My name is John Fetter Woman!” he said as the crowd cheered.

During the rally, Fetterman reiterated his support for abortion, which includes his support for the deadly practice up to the time of birth, and promised he would vote to codify Roe vs. Wade following the Supreme Court’s decision.

“Women are the reason we can win. Let me say it again: women are the reason we win. Fetterman told the crowd.

“Don’t piss off women,” he added.

Fetterman then directed his attack at his opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz, calling him a pro-life extremist.

“This decision: should [it] be compensated by Dr. Oz? Or a woman and a real doctor, to choose? Fetterman asked the crowd.

“Oz believes abortion is murder…No exceptions: rape or incest…If every abortion is murder, that means Dr. Oz considers every woman who had to choose abortion to be a killer” , added Fetterman.

John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and Democratic Senate candidate, waves a campaign jersey before speaking at an abortion rights rally at Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, USA , Sunday, September 11, 2022. (Michelle Gustafson/Bloomberg via Getty)

The Oz campaign said in response that the candidate “supports exceptions to the abortion ban for rape, incest and to save the life of the mother,” according to The Hill.

In an interview with CNN earlier this year, Fetterman revealed her hardline stance on abortion, which leaves no room for minor restrictions.

“I believe the choice is between a woman, her doctor and a God if she prays to one,” he said. “As a man and a politician, I have no right to intervene.”

“Are there any limits on abortion that you would consider appropriate?” asked a moderator.

“I don’t think so, no,” he replied. “I believe it’s between a woman and her doctor, and it’s certainly not between me and a politician.”


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