Dr. Mehmet Oz responded to Snooki — or at least to the video Cameo biting, Lieutenant Colonel Gov. John FettermanSenate campaign authorized from MTV Jersey Shore star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi to paint Oz as an unrelated famous carpet weaver.
During a radio appearance last week, Oz acknowledged his rival’s “smart little videos” by introducing his celebrity status and referring to Snooki as an accidental acquaintance. “[taken] advantage of” by the Fetterman campaign. “She was on my show. I know all these famous people. I can actually get celebrities to do the campaign for me,” Oz told the Philadelphia radio host. Dom Giordano. He also tried to downplay the carpeting charges against him by saying it doesn’t matter “if I happen to have a home here or there.” (Oz no own a house in Pennsylvania, but didn’t buy it until this year and, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer, he owns properties in Florida, Turkey, and New Jersey, properties that eventually show up in his campaign videos.)
All in all, it’s clear that despite having spent most of the past two months recovering from a stroke, Fetterman, the Democratic candidate in the US Senate race in Pennsylvania, is still trying to force his opponent. Your defender must defend. Fetterman’s campaign emphasized Oz’s out-of-state connections. Oz, who grew up in Delaware and spent decades living in New Jersey, also faced pathetic charges during the preliminaries.
The 47-second clip, which Fetterman’s campaign reported bought through the popular personalized video website Cameo, which quickly went viral, garnering more than 83,000 likes and 13,500 retweets. “I heard that you moved from New Jersey to Pennsylvania to find a new job. And personally, I don’t know why anyone would want to leave Jersey,” Snooki said in the video shared on Fetterman’s Twitter page. Snooki further encouraged Oz by speaking to him as though he were homesick, saying, “I know you’re away from home and you’re in a new place…[but] Don’t worry because you will be back home in Jersey soon. This is only temporary.”
During an appearance on Fox News on Monday, the famous former doctor accused Fetterman on “evading voters over the past few months” and using “intriguing posts written by consultants,” adding, “That’s why I asked him to continue the campaign.” , let’s play.” Fetterman return to the campaign trail last week and is expected to attend his first in-person general election fundraiser on Thursday. He gave his first interview since the stroke Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this weekwhere he says he is “feeling really good” and has “no physical limitations” other than some continued struggles with hearing.
While the Snooki video received the most attention, Fetterman has repeatedly achieved viral gold in daily attacks on his opponents on Twitter, including mocking an Oz photo at spots. Philly cheese seller is known to be tourists and mocks the Oz campaign’s questionable graphic design choices. The campaign also flew a plane over New Jersey beaches with Cover image It reads “Hey Dr. Oz, Welcome to NJ! ❤️ John. “