NEW from meI went to New York City’s nicest restaurants dressed as John Fetterman — It didn’t go well!https://t.co/N1U7i36qLe — Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) September 23, 2023
The maître d may not have recognized the infamous ensemble, but she was sure about one thing — “He would not be permitted here,” she said. At Le Bernardin, a maître d named Julien put an end to any aspirations Levine may have had to get a bite of the $480 of the dinner and wine prix-fixe menu. You get the picture. A few establishments, including Masa, which has a sushi bar priced at $1,000 a person, had no problem accepting Levine, though. So Fetterman can be sure he won’t go hungry when he’s in New York. A piece in the New York Times by Louis Lucero II attempted to brush off the new change in the dress code as part of the evolving fashion trends from powdered wigs to sleeveless dresses. But the issue isn’t what the fashion of the day is; it’s the respect that the place commands. While powdered wigs have long gone out of style, and the cut of coats and length of dresses may have changed over the years, the men and women chosen to represent us in the upper chamber stand for the dignity of the nation — our very best. Fox News host Jimmy Failla summarized it in his classic humorous style. “This government’s been a thing for 247 years,” he said. “There used to be something called ‘decorum.’ Certain scenarios, certain surroundings, call for a certain level of dignity. They’re now turning the Senate into like your flying Spirit Airlines. Guy’s going to show up and clip his toenails in the seat…people walking around in flip-flops.” “I’m telling you, OK,” he said, “This little stuff matters.” MSNBC, Fetterman defended his fashion choices, saying, according to NBC News, “Aren’t there more important things we should be talking about rather than if I dress like a slob?”
🚨🚨New from Me:Jon Levine dressed like Fetterman and tried to eat at ritzy NY restaurants. It didn’t go well ….https://t.co/pxYSeQrvh4 — Just Mindy 🐊 (@just_mindy) September 23, 2023
Fetterman is right about that. Improving the lot of everyday Pennsylvanians is far more important than dressing with a modicum of decency. Unfortunately for Pennsylvania, their senator does neither. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
‘More Important Things We Should Be Talking About’ Than ‘If I Dress Like a Slob,’ Fetterman Tells MSNBC https://t.co/SLqMggeus9— #TuckFrump (@realTuckFrumper) September 19, 2023