By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Following a GOP lawsuit dismissal in court on Saturday, Pa. Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman took to Twitter, invoking the losing history of the Cleveland Browns.READ MORE: Police Evacuate Part Of New Castle Neighborhood After Resident Discovers Grenade While Magnetic Fishing In Shenango River
On Saturday, a Pennsylvania court dismissed a request from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Republican Congressional candidate Sean Parnell that had been seeking to throw out all mail-in ballots cast in Pennsylvania.
Fetterman posted the tweet Saturday evening, saying “If the President’s campaign doesn’t stop losing, the Cleveland Browns are gonna sue for trademark infringement.”
If the President’s campaign doesn’t stop losing, the Cleveland Browns are gonna sue for trademark infringement. https://t.co/vmKT9HsiyvREAD MORE: Search For Kodiak, The National Aviary's Missing Steller's Sea Eagle Enters Third Day
— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) November 28, 2020
Fetterman has recently been making light of the Dallas Cowboys on Twitter while disputing claims of voter fraud in Texas.
He now seems to have brought the Steelers AFC North division rival into the mix.MORE NEWS: Toddler In Critical Condition After Being Taken To The Hospital With Gunshot Wound
The Browns have an 8-3 record, but have not recorded a winning season since 2007, when they finished with a 10-6 record.