Brain damage? The truth about John Fetterman is finally starting to come out…

We all knew there was something very seriously wrong with John Fetterman. Like Joe Biden, Fetterman had no business running for elected office. I wouldn’t trust the man to oversee a neighborhood quilting bee, let alone represent an entire state in the Senate. But, if you spoke up during preaching, you were punished, and called “cruel” and looked like some heartless tyrant. And that’s what the left wanted – they needed people to shut up about Fetterman’s obvious cognitive problems in order to start ballot harvesting and put this guy in a Senate seat. And again, their plan worked, and here we are, months later, and this guy is basically a vegetable, sitting in that Senate seat.

And I’m sorry if that sounds harsh, but it’s true… and by “truth,” it’s all starting to come out. Now, Fetterman’s own team says he may have brain damage after his recent hospital stay.

Gee, what do you think?

This poor man should stay at home, rest, don’t fool himself with politics.

PJ Media reports that on Friday, Sen. John Fetterman’s (D-Pa.) chief of staff said the campaign last year may have caused the senator permanent brain damage. Although many in the conservative media raised concerns about Fetterman’s health and whether he was truly fit to serve in the U.S. Senate, the aide’s admission directly contradicted notes written by Fetterman’s doctor, a Democrat donor, who insisted that Fetterman was fit to serve.

“Overall, Lt. Governor Fetterman is in good health and shows a strong commitment to maintaining good fitness and health practices. He has no work restrictions and can carry out the full duties of public office,” Dr Clifford Chen wrote last year.

Before his hospitalization, Fetterman was struggling to adjust to his responsibilities on Capitol Hill, the New York Times reports. According to the report, Fetterman is frustrated that he could “permanently set himself back” by campaigning without resting after his stroke last May.

“[Fetterman] He had to come to terms with the fact that he might have permanently set himself back by not taking the recommended amount of rest during the campaign. And he continues to push himself in a way that worries those close to him,” the report explains.

Fetterman’s chief of staff, Adam Gentelson, told the New York Times, “You should do as little as possible to recover from it. Instead, Fetterman was “forced to do as much as he could—he had to get back on the campaign trail. It’s hard to push back.”

“Aides and confidants described her role in the Senate as a difficult one, filled with unfamiliar responsibilities that are taxing for someone still in recovery: meetings with constituents, attending caucus and committee meetings, public appearances at White House events and the State of the Union. address, as well as appearing in Pennsylvania,” explains the New York Times. In other words, he is not fit to serve.

Fetterman’s wife, Gisele Fetterman, demanded an apology from NBC News last year after a report acknowledged that then-candidate Fetterman had trouble communicating during an interview.

“What is being done in the media after a journalist has been able to be so public about a person?” Mrs. Fetterman Dr. “I would like to see an apology from him and his network to the disability community for the harm they have caused.”

Between Gisele Fetterman’s outrage over coverage of her husband’s health problems and Fetterman’s fake doctor’s note, it’s clear that no one in John Fetterman’s circle was putting his health concerns before his campaign and that his team was willing to lie about it. Win a Senate seat.

It is hard to imagine that a man’s doctor and wife could be so cruel.

Gisele is a younger, perhaps more serious version of Jill Biden. This woman seems so hungry for power and prestige that she’s willing to sell her brain-damaged husband to the highest bidder.

Jill and Giselle are truly evil and despicable women.

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