PENNSYLVANIA, USA — Editor’s Note: The video above is from October 12.
The Fetterman campaign announced Wednesday the launch of a new website: Fettermemes.com.
The site, according to a statement from its campaign, is dedicated to encouraging its followers to “get into meme fun” and providing them with a way to “creatively highlight the hypocrisy of Oz and its wild, disconnected beliefs.” “.
The website hosts a video bank of clips of Dr. Oz’s “most absurd and dangerous scams, weirdest moments, and most obscene comments,” broken down into usage categories.
“John has campaigned across the Commonwealth to talk with Pennsylvanians about the issues that matter most to them, from tackling rising costs to expanding access to health care, to protecting the right abortion,” Fetterman’s campaign manager Brendan McPhillips said in a statement. “Oz, on the other hand, hasn’t held a public event in over five weeks. He doesn’t give voters a chance to ask him about his dangerous stances and ridiculous record in person, so we wanted to give them this tool so they can do it online instead.
This isn’t the first time Fetterman and his campaign have used memes to reach his supporters, and young people in particular. His official Twitter account often features images such as the following: