Fettermann criticizes Oz campaign's health advice on eating vegetables

Fettermann criticizes Oz campaign’s health advice on eating vegetables


Pennsylvania Governor John Fetterman, who, by his reckoning, “almost diedAfter suffering a stroke in May, he is excluding health advice from the campaign of his Senate challenger, famous doctor Mehmet Oz.

“If Jon Fetterman had eaten a vegetable in his life, he probably wouldn’t have had a major stroke and wouldn’t be in a position to constantly lie about it,” Rachel Tripp, senior communications adviser at Oz, said in a statement Tuesday. The statement was first Reported by the insider.

Fettermann (d), from At first underestimate it Stroke severity ahead of the May primary and slowly making its way into the campaign trail, he said earlier this month that “thankfulAlive. On Wednesday, he said the comment by his Republican opponent, who hosted a reality show providing medical advice, pushed the race to a new rhetorical low.

“I had a stroke. I know politics can be bad, but until then, I can never imagine making fun of someone for their health challenges,” Fetterman said in a statement.

In addition to that statement, the Fetterman campaign was also launched on Wednesday e-mail Of the more than 100 doctors in the state criticizing Oz for what they said was his history of “promoting unproven, ill-advised and sometimes dangerous treatments”.

The doctors wrote in the letter: “As a famous doctor on television, Mehmet Oz showed a shameful disregard for medical science and the welfare of his audience.”

Boost Oz Questionable Remedies For Weight Loss And In The Early Days Of Corona Virus The pandemic has suggested chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the coronavirus.

in Report The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, released Wednesday, said White House officials and outside allies like Oz also lobbied federal officials in 2020 to allow hydroxychloroquine to be used as a treatment for the coronavirus.

The latest clash between Fetterman and Oz comes as Democrats seek to cling to their meager control of the Senate in mid-term electionsWhich has historically seen losses for the party that controls the White House. Oz narrowly won the Republican nomination thanks to his personal wealth and the endorsement of former President Donald Trump.

The candidates traded barbs in public statements and across social media. Fetterman’s team sought to portray Oz as rich Bagger carpets from New Jersey. Oz’s team portrays Fettermann as a soft sanctuary city that supports socialism.

Racing memes, at times, unintentionally produced hilarious moments, and helped reinforce the realization that Pushing force with Fetterman. In April, Oz was released video Where, in an attempt to discuss inflation, they bought vegetables from a supermarket. “That’s $20 a Kurdish!” Oz said in the video.

The video later went viral after viewers noticed Oz said he was shopping at “Wegner’s,” which didn’t exist but looked like a mix of Redner’s and Wegman’s supermarkets, and that most people label what he was assembling, simply put, as a vegetable tray.

The Oz campaign, in its criticism of Fetterman’s eating habits on Tuesday, has kept the issue alive for more than a week. Meanwhile, Fetterman took advantage of it, saying his campaign raised half a million dollars from the video, including $65,000 from a poster with the words: “Wegners: Let Them Eat Crudite.”

Fetterman also mocked Oz after The Daily Beast revealed He owns 10 properties, instead of the two he publicly admitted to.

Oz has defended himself by saying that he bought his homes with his own money – criticizing Fettermann, who relied on significant financial help from his family until he became deputy governor in 2019.

The two are vying for the seat of Senator Patrick J. Tommy (R-Pen), who will retire at the end of his term.

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