Tucker Carlson: John Fetterman has a long list of documented failures

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There are an awful lot of forgotten little towns in this country and Braddock, Pennsylvania, is definitely one of them. It’s only 11 miles outside Pittsburgh, but Braddock is basically empty at this point. Only 1,700 people live there — that’s down from a population of more than 18,000 during the Second World War.  

Braddock is now so underpopulated that you can buy a four-bedroom home there with a two-car garage right in the middle of town for $3,000. Don’t believe it? Check it out yourself on Realtor.com. So, you know the story: For decades, the biggest employer in Braddock was manufacturing something called the Edgar Thomson Steelworks. In fact, Andrew Carnegie built it there along with his first stone public library, which still stands.

For generations, Braddock, Pennsylvania, was a real place and then inevitably the steel plant closed and the usual disasters arrived — unemployment, hopelessness, drugs. People left by the thousands, but one man saw an opportunity in Braddock, Pennsylvania. Not an opportunity for the town, but an opportunity for himself. That man’s name was John Fetterman. Fetterman was 35 years old and had never in his life had a

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