Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland Friday after six weeks of treatment for “severe clinical depression.”
His staff released a medical summary that indicated profound speech issues and how Fetterman was struggling when he was admitted into the hospital, but said he is now clear to return to the Senate and has been fitted with hearing aids.
Fetterman has been out of the spotlight since he was admitted on February 15 with very few photos of him released.
From The Gateway Pundit:
His staff released a medical summary that indicated profound speech issues and how wrecked Fetterman was when he was when admitted, but said he is now clear to return to the Senate and noted he had been fitted with hearing aids. The summary said at admission six weeks ago that “Fetterman had stopped eating and drinking” and that his “symptoms had progressively worsened over the previous 8 weeks.” In other words his staff and wife nearly killed him by running him into the ground when he was not fit to serve as a senator. On Friday a photo was posted to Fetterman’s official Senate Twitter account of a gaunt, emotionally flat looking Fetterman raising a thumb up for the camera as he stood ready to get in a car. Fetterman spokesman Joe Calvello posted a statement saying Fetterman had already returned home to Braddock, Pennsylvania, “NEWS: Sen. Fetterman was discharged from Walter Reed, and is now back in Braddock With the Senate in recess for the next 2 weeks, John will spend time with his family and constituents in PA, and return to D.C. when the Senate session resumes on 4/17.”