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CNN Snowflake Brian Stelter, Journalists Claim PTSD on J6 Anniversary

'Watch how this Reliable Sources panel discusses covering 1/6 like it's the Normandy invasion... '

CNN‘s aspiring political guru Brian Stelter, among others, claimed that he is suffering from PTSD after attending the January 6th rally in DC one year ago, RT.com reported.

Stelter, along with journalist Hunter Walker, seems to be under the impression that he took part in a military invasion last year.

“There’s a bit of an informal network of reporters who’ve been through it that day, and are still coping with that, who are leaning on each other and talking to each other,” Walker said, claiming that he and others are “still dealing” with the trauma a year later.

Walker seems to see himself as something of an expert on PTSD, since he was diagnosed with it after a car accident years ago.

He also stressed the need “to convey to others how serious it was.”

Journalist Grace Segers, who joined in the conversation, told Stelter that she likewise suffers from extreme trauma due to the rally.

According to Segers, she is severely triggered every time she goes to the Capitol.

“Every time that I go to the Capitol I think about that experience that I had on January 6,” she said, “and not only that I had, but that my colleagues had, my fellow reporters, lawmakers, Capitol police, just staffers, and it can be difficult sometimes to come to terms with that”.

Fortunately, the embattled reporters are moving on from their traumas, but they left room to be triggered in the near future.

Segers also emphasized the permanence of the damage done to her fragile psyche.

“As time goes on it gets a bit easier to move forward from it,” she added, “but I do feel as if it is something that is always going to stay with me, no matter how long it is.”

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