Washington, D.C. – John Fetterman’s 2013 incident continues to morph every time Fetterman is asked about his checkered past that he can’t seem to outrun. 

This time around, he’s started calling himself Braddock’s chief law enforcement officer when all of this occurred. According to NBC, “Fetterman’s suggestion that he was acting under color of law are a new talking point that stands in contrast to his initial comments about the 2013 incident.”

Interesting. Why does his story change every time he’s asked about the incident? What is he hiding?

Statement from NRSC Spokeswoman Lizzie Litzow: “Fetterman can’t seem to outrun the 2013 incident – it has taken center stage in his campaign for Senate. But it’s a different defense every time he brings it up. What is he hiding? Unfortunately for Fetterman this story won’t be going away anytime soon, so he better smooth out the wrinkles in his story before it’s too late.”

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