In a story that looks like it's certainly from the satirical Baylon Bee, the New York Times has put Pennsylvania Democratic Senator-elect John Fetterman on a "most stylish" list.
If you're not familiar with Fetterman's sense of style, he is famous for wearing cargo shorts and a Carhartt hoodie. He's the Harvard graduate who grew up rich and is now trying to brand himself as the "regular guy who did not grow up rich."
— The Hill (@thehill) December 12, 2022
Per The Hill:
Fetterman was featured on the list next to a photo of him wearing his traditional uniform: a hooded sweatshirt, shorts and a pair of sneakers.
The Times commented that Fetterman would bring the workwear clothing brand Carhartt to Capitol Hill.
Of course, there were some great responses on Twitter. Peter Glassing pointed out that we're obviously redefining fashion.
I see we're redefining "style" with Fetterman making this list. https://t.co/KmeTXkZpLg
— Peter Glessing (@PGless) December 12, 2022
Another Twitter user pointed out how they had no idea we were currently in "the year of the slob."
Wow. I had no idea it was “the year of the slob”. https://t.co/CGHAsPd6xT
— turtleRob (@deplorableturtl) December 12, 2022
Yep, this is real life. John Fetterman made a "most stylish" list.
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