Democrat Senator Unloads On Squatters

Governor Tom Wolf from Harrisburg, PA, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – In a New York Post interview that was published on Saturday, Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., argued that squatters should not have any rights and that they had no right to occupy the property of another American. As he pointed out this was only causing strain on homeowners across the country. 

During the interview, Fetterman stated that “Squatters have no rights.” He continued by questioning how people were willing to pretend that squatting was something other than them doing something illegal. As he argued, he was not “woke.”

He continued by noting that it was “wild” that someone could go on vacation or away for a long time, and end up having someone break into their home and be given rights. As he pointed out, that is like someone saying that they could steal a car, keep it for 30 days, and then be given rights. 

The Senator also pushed for a more aggressive crime policy and spoke up against the alleged murderer who had shot NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller. As he pointed out the man allegedly had an established record, he added that it was not serving anyone having people with a record be allowed to go free so that they can offend repeatedly without being held accountable. 

While the Democratic party has been pushing against Israel in the war with Gaza, Fetterman maintained that he continued to support the crime. He also stated that he disagreed with those who called for a regime change as Israel is a democracy and an ally of the United States.

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