Fetterman says he ‘can’t fully understand’ protester


Sen. John Fetterman avoided responding to a furious protester this week. A pro-Palestinian activist shouted down Fetterman as the Pennsylvania Democrat spoke at a Get Out the Vote rally on Sunday in McKeesport, Pennsylvania.

“Four thousand-plus dead children in Palestine. Nine thousand-plus dead civilians. Get off the stage,” the unidentified protester heckled. “You have blood on your hands. Get off the stage.”

“The joke is on you. I had a stroke,” Fetterman told the protester. “I can’t understand what you’re saying.”

NOTE: Fetterman has wallpapered his office with the posters of missing Israelis.

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Vivek Ramaswamy to Challenge GOP Rivals to Sign ‘No to Neocons’ Pledge


Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is unveiling a “No to Neocons” pledge that his fellow candidates will have to sign to serve in his administration if he wins the presidency, Breitbart News has learned.

The pledge is comprised of three tenets: One requiring them to regard avoiding a third world war as “a vital national objective,” believing “war is never a preference, only a necessity,” and that the “sole duty of U.S. policymakers is to U.S. citizens.” 

Ramaswamy is set to roll out the pledge at his “Stop WWIII” rally in Miami on Tuesday night. 

“If you want 20 more years of endless wars that don’t advance our interests, then I’m not your guy. But if you want to stay out of no-win wars and make America stronger at home, I know how to get that done,” Ramaswamy said in a statement. 

“This pledge is my commitment to the American people that I will lead true to these principles and hold all appointees in my administration to the same standard,” he added.