Senator Fetterman’s Epic Clapback on GOP’s Fashion Police

When did Capitol Hill turn into Fashion Week? U.S. Senator John Fetterman (D-PA), renowned for rocking sweatshirts in a sea of stiff suits, has found himself facing some bizarre fashion criticism lately. Yeah, you read that right – some of the GOP members are now fashion critics.

Leading the charge on this “important” issue? None other than Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), aired her grievances about the Senate’s relaxed dress code all for the sake of Senator Fetterman. “Dress code is one of society’s standards that set etiquette and respect for our institutions,” she decried. It’s kind of funny when considering some of the conspiracy theories she’s floated in the past.

Over at the Fox News HQ, Greg Gutfeld, casually donned a shirt, sans tie, and sneakers, expressed his own take. His view? Let women enjoy looking good, while the “dudes should stick to the suits.” Wait, what? In a rather oddball comparison, Gutfeld related this to the fall of the Roman Empire and people wearing togas. (Historical fact check, anyone?)

Next, Florida’s GOP Governor, Ron DeSantis, took a jab at Fetterman’s attire. Donning a get-up eerily reminiscent of Donald Trump’s signature look, DeSantis made a plea for America to “lift up our standards.” Really, Ron? Talking about fashion when there are bigger fish to fry?

But Senator Fetterman, being the absolute legend he is, didn’t even break a sweat (pun intended). His response to all this unnecessary fashion policing? “I dress like he campaigns.” Mic drop.

Listen, the young progressive minds of today know that what you wear doesn’t define your capabilities, especially in the world of politics. Perhaps the GOP should focus less on Fetterman’s attire and more on, I don’t know, actual policy? Just a thought.