Sen. John Fetterman Discharged from Hospital After Stroke, Adjusting to Life in Senate

Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman has been discharged from the hospital after feeling lightheaded and being evaluated by doctors.

The Senator had been hospitalized in Washington, D.C. after feeling unwell and was released after a brief stay.

Fetterman, who is recovering from a stroke, is now laboring to adjust to life in the Senate. According to a report, the Senator has been hearing voices like the teachers in the “Peanuts” cartoon, and is struggling to adjust to the challenges of Senate life.

The Senator’s office has released a statement thanking the medical staff for their care and expressing gratitude for all the support from his constituents, friends, and family.

Fetterman is expected to make a full recovery and will continue to serve the people of Pennsylvania in the Senate.