The Tweet John Fetterman Doesn't Want You to See
The PA senate candidate posing with his beloved, 'Don't Tread on Weed' flag
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman likes weed. A lot.
As Pennsylvania’s Lieutenant Governor, he posted flags of the retardation-inducing drug all over his office. In 2020, the Associated Press cheerfully reported, “Fetterman’s marijuana flag flies year-round, while he flies LGBTQ- and transgender-rights flags during Pride Month in June.”
Last year, the state legislature finally passed a bill prohibiting unauthorized flags from being displayed in public areas on Capitol grounds, noting that the Capitol is a National Historic Landmark and the most visible building in Harrisburg.
Fetterman gleefully defied the law, signed by the Democratic governor. State employees removed the flags — and Fetterman put them right back up, not at all bothered by the fact that he was adding pointless extra work to the days of these poor, hardworking state employees.
His brilliant arguments in favor of his privilege to ignore the law were:
As even a child knows, free speech rights in the workplace are extremely limited. You think a sales clerk at Bergdorf Goodman could refuse to remove a pot leaf baseball hat? An investment banker could engage in racist speech at the workplace?
Have you noticed that every liberal screaming about his “free speech rights” is a government employee, being paid by the taxpayers, who thinks he has the right to do whatever he wants in a publicly-funded workplace?
Apparently, the job of lieutenant governor in Pennsylvania is not very taxing because Fetterman also took time to photograph himself holding this gigantic “Don’t Tread on Weed” flag and post it on Twitter.
But now that he’s running for the U.S. senate as an everyman, working class man of the people, as opposed to the Bernie Sanders left-wing loon that he is, this is what you get when you click on that Tweet: