Is the individual in issue a United States senator from the state of Pennsylvania or a fictitious, internationally renowned drug lord from New Mexico?
Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania is introducing an atypical appearance that has attracted a great deal of attention from fans of the popular television series “Breaking Bad.”
The Democratic individual revealed his newly grown mustache via a self-portrait posted to Twitter on Saturday.
“Lost a bet with Karl,” Fetterman said, in reference to his son.
The exact nature of the wager between the father and the son remains unclear.
Lost a bet with Karl 🥸 pic.twitter.com/D9XKEYHivj
— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) August 19, 2023
Numerous individuals immediately drew comparisons between Fetterman and Walter White, the protagonist of the television series “Breaking Bad.”
— miss poopie (@k1llacourt) August 19, 2023
The analogies extended beyond Fetterman’s detractors. One Twitter user who identifies as a progressive Democrat drew a comparison between Fetterman and a chemistry teacher, which was White’s occupation prior to his involvement in illicit activity.
More like a chemistry teacher.
— Jon Carlos Hardwick (@JonHardwick98) August 19, 2023
One Twitter user described Fetterman’s new look as a darker interpretation of the former chemistry teacher-turned-illicit drug manufacturer.
— Bill Larson (@logdoglady2nite) August 19, 2023
A few days prior, in a family self-portrait, Fetterman displayed a full facial hair growth.
Happy birthday 🎁🎂🎈🎊🎉 to my birthday twin and BFF, Gracie!
12 years later and you are still the bestest birthday present ever 😭🥰 pic.twitter.com/jJU9ohERVW
— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) August 15, 2023
The previous lieutenant governor and former mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania, sported a goatee, a facial ornamentation associated with the fictional character Walter White. However, it has been a substantial amount of time since he last appeared in public with a full head of hair.
Similar to White, who is afflicted with cancer, Fetterman has experienced persistent health issues during his first year as a senator.
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In February, Fetterman was admitted to a hospital for the purpose of receiving therapy for depression. CONTINUE READING…