Democrat Sen. John Fetterman is checking into the hospital for depression

Senator John Fetterman, Democrat of Pennsylvania, checked into a D.C. hospital last night to be treated for clinical depression.

Fetterman’s chief of staff, Adam Gentelson, announced in a statement that Fetterman checked into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center late Wednesday to receive treatment for clinical depression.

In the statement, Gentelson will note that Fetterman has struggled with depression throughout his life but that his depression has become severe in recent weeks.

In 2022, The Gateway Pundit reported that Fetterman suffered a major stroke that nearly took his life months before the midterm elections.

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Fetterman’s wife, Giselle, wanted privacy.

CNBC obtained a statement from Fetterman’s chief of staff:

“On Monday, John was evaluated by Dr. Brian P. Monahan, attending physician to the United States Congress.” “Yesterday, Dr. Monahan recommended inpatient care at Walter Reed. John agreed, and he is voluntarily undergoing treatment.”

“After examining John, the doctors at Walter Reed told us that John is receiving the care he needs and will soon be back to himself.”

Last week The Gateway Pundit reported Sen. Fetterman was taken to the hospital after suffering a mild headache.

Fetterman was later released and test results showed no new strokes had occurred.

A few days after his release from the hospital, The Gateway Pundit would report that the New York Times wrote a sympathetic piece on Fetterman claiming that the freshman senator could hear voices.

Read about Fetterman to hear strange voices:

New York Times article exposes Fetterman: stroke “near fatal”; “serious mental health challenges”; “Peanut” hears the voice; Knows he can “permanently” damage himself with the campaign