In a very tight race in the Pennsylvania republican U.S. Senate primary, candidate Kathy Barnette, said on Breitbart radio that she will not support the republican candidate if she loses the primary on Tuesday.
“Ive no intention of supporting globalists,” claiming that her republican primary opponents are globalists.
“I am not a globalist,” says Barnette.
In this interview, Barnette blames the media for waiting until the last minute for vetting her claiming that she has been campaigning for 13 months. Nevertheless, she has some difficulty answering other questions directly while claiming the U.S. is “in trouble.”
Whoever wins the republican candidacy, is expected to run against Pennsylvania Lt. Governor Fetterman (D), who is leading in Tuesday’s Pennsylvania democratic senate primary.
Over the weekend, it was disclosed that Fetterman had a stroke.
Fetterman was “diagnosed on Friday with the stroke, a blood clot that had blocked a major artery in his brain, and physicians removed the clot the same day,” reported The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Fetterman has also been vaccinated and boosted for covid-19, but there was no reporting on whether his stroke and blood clot were related to his vaccinations.
As reported by CDM.Press, strokes and blood clots are some of the adverse effects connected to covid vaccinations.
Over the weekend, U.S. Senator Chris van Hollen (D-MD) also had a stroke while campaigning, but unlike Fetterman, his statement did not mention if he had been vaccinated.
Senator Van Hollen has been a proponent for covid vaccinations not only in the U.S. but, for those Americans living abroad.