In an interview conducted this week by the New York Post, Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) blasted the idea of squatters’ rights and defied his party by endorsing law enforcement.

“Squatters have no rights,” Fetterman said. “How can you even pretend this is anything other than just breaking the law? It’s wild that if you go away on a long trip for 30 days, and someone breaks into your home, suddenly they have rights. This is crazy, like if somebody stole your car, and then they held it for 30 days, then somehow, you now have some rights.”

The senator also warned that he is not woke and has always tried to push against that mindset, even when he was still mayor of the small Pennsylvania town of Braddock. The senator also pointed out soft-on-crimes policies, which critics claimed contributed to the death of NYPD Detective Jonathan Diller.

“I have gone to police funerals,” Fetterman said. “If this individual is convicted, then he should spend the rest of his life in prison and never have an opportunity to get out.

The senator also said he believed in second chances but not twenty.

“If you have those kinds of established records, it doesn’t serve any greater goal to allow people that are offending, offending, offending and allow them not to be held accountable.”

Officer Diller was an NYPD detective who was shot while making a traffic stop in late March in Queens. The suspect involved in the shooting was identified as Guy Rivera, 35. According to multiple reports, Rivera was sitting in the passenger seat of the car pulled over by Diller when he pulled out a handgun and shot the officer in the stomach.

Due to Fetterman’s demand for fresh elections in Israel, he also lost favor with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

“It’s reasonable if you want to criticize, but to call for effective regime change, I disagree,” Fetterman said. ‘I disagreed because Israel is a democracy; it is our key special ally. And our nation wouldn’t appreciate any foreign input. So why should we do that for Israel?