It’s not just Oprah – another one of Dr. Oz’s former pals is now coming out against him

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As you know, John Fetterman of Pennsylvania has been endorsed by Oprah Winfrey, much to the dismay of Republicans who likely hoped this moment would never come. Only it DID come. And now there is another moment that Republicans are going to be very unhappy about. It concerns their candidate for Pennsylvania Senate — Mehmet Oz of New Jersey.

Mehmet’s sick, deranged, puppy-killing ways have been laid out for all to see. But now, someone else is speaking out about Mehmet’s barbaric hobby. And what he is saying is profoundly disturbing.

Dr. Eric Rose is a Surgeon and has always been there for Mehmet. The two men knew each other quite well back at Columbia University. And Rose was Mehmet’s superior when Mehmet conducted his barbaric research. And what Rose is now saying about Mehmet is pretty awful.

Rose says that Mehmet requested that he “publicly exonerate” him for the puppy story. Mehmet reached out to Rose, and wanted Rose to say he “had no hand” in the murder of the puppies.

Rose said Mehmet contacted him after years of the two having no relationship at all. And Rose refused Mehmet’s request. Rose said it appeared to him that Mehmet was seeking a political favor. Rose said no way. He was extremely turned off by this call and told Mehmet so. He also told Mehmet that he had “disdain” for his politics.

So in closing, not only is Mehmet Oz a puppy killer, he is a LYING puppy killer. It should be enough to get him disqualified from the race if only the media would actually report the story. It is disgusting. So for any voter reading this — who do you want?

A solid and kind man, endorsed by Oprah Winfrey, who has proven he shows up for the people? Or a lying and smarmy “doctor” who makes fun of stroke victims and participates in animal research, which he then tries to lie about? The choice is clear.

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