The 24th episode of the third season of The Twilight Zone was called, as aficionados of Rod Serling know, To Serve Man. It aired in 1962.
In it a race of aliens known as the Kanamits pulls a seemingly altruistic bait and then gastronomic switch on mankind and ends up serving humanity as a main course.
Well, our own Kanamit look alike, freshman Dem PA hard left Senator John Fetterman, has done a switcheroo himself with that state’s voters. After he suffered his campaign season stroke last year he assured voters he was still up to the job. They voted for him. Who they actually got as a senator, by very specific design of the PA Democrat Party, was a Brazilian-born even harder left summer stock Evita, his wife Giselle.
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Speaking of political wives like Mrs. Fetterman, Laura Ingraham nailed it, “…due to these women’s own desire for political power and prestige…Now, while a lot of details aren’t there yet, the media quickly moved to minimize the medical developments themselves. This from Rolling Stone: ‘John Fetterman joins John McCain, Donald Trump, Patrick Leahy, and countless other politicians who have sought treatment at a hospital.’ Okay. Is that what’s going on, just treatment at a hospital? Then there was the effort to frame this as some brave and vulnerable act. Not anything that would be considered craven or a cruel political calculation by a stage wife and political nihilist.”
It’s an open secret in DC that she is running his office and deciding on his votes. The poor devil can hardly keep his drool bucket steady and she’s already doing a samba over his political grave.
The plan is: After Fetterman stays in the hospital for an extended period to deal with clinical depression, he’ll resign and PA Dem governor Shapiro will name Giselle to the vacant seat. That’s been the plot since last year.
What kind of person and spouse is Giselle Fetterman? Here are some examples of her charm. Of her marriage? “Then you just, like, ignore him when he’s speaking.” The L.A. Blade noted that Gisele Fetterman’s marriage with the senator “operates with the unspoken understanding that Gisele is always right when there are differences of opinion.”
The reason some disagree with her? “The right-wing hates women,” Gisele Barreto Fetterman told The New Republic magazine. “They especially hate strong women, and I think that’s what you’re seeing.” Ah yes, nothing to do with the fact that she’s a calculating Bolshevik shrew. Oh no, perish the very thought.
So the Dems once again pull one over on the voters. Can anything be done about it? Not a thing. The fix is in. PA is stuck with the Fettermans. Given PA voted for a man obviously not healthy enough to serve in the US Senate, the Kanamit couple and the state deserve each other.
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