John Fetterman confessed something about himself that will leave you speechless


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The media keeps avoiding the genuine story about John Fetterman’s very first 6 months in office.

But Fetterman slipped up.

And John Fetterman admitted something about himself that will leave you speechless.

The New York City Times is the latest media outlet to take part in the scheme by Fetterman and his consultants to modify Fetterman suffering a near fatal stroke last May into a hero’s journey about getting rid of mental health challenges.

Fetterman did look into a hospital in February to get treatment for depression brought on by the reality that Fetterman recognized he would never ever completely recover from his stroke.

In the interview with The Times, Fetterman declared he could not comprehend why anybody was amazed with him as he did not even like himself.

“I do not know; it doesn’t make any sense to me at all. I do not get it. I’ll never comprehend it. I do not understand why my partner married me. In the motion picture ‘Groundhog Day,’ Bill Murray’s character says something like, ‘You think I’m conceited? No, I don’t even like me.’ That’s me. I don’t even like me. That’s the truth,” Fetterman stated.

Fetterman then cast himself as a bipartisan champ for tackling psychological health concerns.

“It’s a concern, but a benefit, too, to talk about it. It’s also a chance to be very bipartisan. Red or blue, if you have depression, get aid, please. Do not ever, ever, ever damage yourself. Do not leave behind a plan of that,” Fetterman added.

The New York Times did not ask Fetterman any questions about his cognitive state or physical health following the stroke.

However the press reporter did discover time to ask Fetterman about wearing his cosplay working man outfit of a hoodie and shorts and his refusal to wear a suit.

“You wish to discuss joy? It was a eureka minute when I figured out I do not have to be in a fit to stand at the limit of the Senate chamber, going ‘yea’ or ‘nay,’ and it was amazing. I’ve had the ability to lower my fit time by about 75 percent,” Fetterman declared.

Around the time of the interview Fetterman was photographed requiring an iPad with voice to text software to continue simple conversations.

This– as well as the physician’s evaluation of Fetterman’s fitness for workplace– never showed up in The Times interview.

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