Fetterman Fights Back Tears as He Says He Has “Lost the Ability to Fully Process Language” – After His Doctor/Donor Claims He’s Fit to Serve (VIDEO)

Fetterman's GUT-WRENCHING Confession

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Democratic Senator John Fetterman displayed strong emotions on Thursday while sharing his experiences of facing bullying due to challenges in language processing following his significant stroke in May 2022. Fetterman addressed the Senate Special Committee on Aging, where he was joined by individuals with disabilities. He became visibly emotional while recalling instances of being bullied for the symptoms he endured after his stroke.

It’s important to note that John Fetterman holds the position of a US Senator and is responsible for making decisions that impact a vast number of citizens. Consequently, any criticism related to his speech difficulties is deemed justifiable. The US Senate, after all, functions as a governing body and not as a rehabilitation facility.

“Because I live in a political environment, I was ridiculed and made fun of because I wasn’t able to process things at times. I’m so sorry, I’m sure many of you had to go through this kind of thing. I admire everyone who has to live with these kind of struggles and prevail over them. How can we become more empathetic, more responsive, and more effective senators?” Fetterman, while struggling to hold back his emotions, expressed.

As previously covered by Kristinn Taylor of TGP, Fetterman experienced a stroke in May of 2022.

The 53-year-old Fetterman additionally shared a brief video alongside the announcement. In the video, he can be seen in a hospital room with his spouse, Gisele. In the video, Gisele takes on the majority of the speaking, while John Fetterman only offers a few words. He is seated in a chair, dressed in a dark hoodie, and mainly moves his left arm.

Dr. Clifford Chen, a donor to Fetterman’s campaign, issued a statement in October of the previous year, affirming Fetterman’s fitness for office shortly before he was admitted to the hospital due to clinical depression.

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