MSNBC reporter Dasha Burns made a bold statement last week telling viewers Democrat senatorial candidate John Fetterman is “having a hard time understanding our conversations” following her interview with the Pennsylvania Democrat earlier this week.
Of course, this went over like a lead balloon with the fake news crowd who make a living at hiding the truth from the American public. (See COVID).
Other reporters have used remote connections for their interviews, including occasional televised interviews in the past few weeks. That allows Team Fetterman to control access and limit reporters’ ability to judge Fetterman’s cognitive skills. And Fetterman can read the words from a computer screen. They couldn’t do that with Burns, which is why her perspective on this issue is far superior to that of her critics.
John Fetterman is not tracking. Democrats are running a candidate who cannot follow a conversation.
Following the interview John Fetterman’s wife Gisele Fetterman attacked NBC reporter Dasha Burns for her honest reporting. Gisele said Burns needs to face consequences for her honesty.
On Tuesday Gisele demanded Dasha Burns apologize for reporting honestly to the public.
The Hill reported:
Gisele Fetterman in an interview with The Independent asked NBC to apologize after one of its reporters made on-air comments about the health of her husband, Pennsylvania Democratic Senate nominee John Fetterman.
NBC News’s Dasha Burns earlier this month conducted an interview with John Fetterman, who suffered a stroke in May, in which he discussed the effects it had on his auditory process. John Fetterman used closed captioning during the interview, and Burns commented on his comprehension during an appearance on the network promoting the conversation.
“During some of those conversations before the closed captioning was rolling, it wasn’t clear he could understand what we were saying,” Burns said on NBC.
The interview raised fresh questions about John Fetterman’s health as he faces voters in his closely watched race against Republican nominee Mehmet Oz next month, providing viewers with a close look at his recovery.
“I would love to see an apology towards the disability community from her and from her network for the damage they have caused,” Gisele Fetterman told The Independent.