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Flashback: Fetterman Says “It’s Impossible to Say” If He Would Once Again Pull a Shotgun on an Unarmed, Innocent Black Man Jogging Through His Neighborhood (VIDEO)

Pennsylvania Democrat US Senate candidate John Fetterman was asked if he would once again pull a shotgun on an unarmed black man jogging through his neighborhood.

Fetterman is running against Republican nominee Dr. Mehmet Oz in the 2022 US Senate race in Pennsylvania.

In 2013 Fetterman chased a black man down the street who he thought was involved in shootings (turns out it was likely bottle rockets) in his neighborhood.

The black jogger told a local news outlet that Fetterman pointed the shotgun at his chest.

Here’s Fetterman in 2013 saying he “did the right thing” when he pulled a shotgun on an unarmed, innocent black jogger:

In April (before his massive stroke), Fetterman was asked about pulling a shotgun on an innocent black man.

Fetterman said pulling a shotgun on an unarmed black man after he heard ‘gunshots’ had nothing whatsoever to do with racial profiling.

“Looking back at what happened, did you make a mistake that day?”

Fetterman said “it’s impossible to say.”

This is truly what Democrat privilege looks like.

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The post Flashback: Fetterman Says “It’s Impossible to Say” If He Would Once Again Pull a Shotgun on an Unarmed, Innocent Black Man Jogging Through His Neighborhood (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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