Griffin, who has been known for her outspoken criticism of Trump, has been engaging in unconventional therapy methods to cope with her condition.
In a recent interview, Griffin disclosed that she has been participating in therapy sessions where she mimics the sounds of a cat and a cow. "It’s when I get on all fours like a kitty cat and then I arch my back and I am instructed by my teacher to say the word 'meow.' I feel like a fool, but I do it. And then I un-arch my back and — wait for it — I 'moo' like a cow," she explained.
Griffin's PTSD diagnosis comes after a series of personal and professional setbacks. In May 2017, she posted a graphic image of herself holding a mock severed head of Trump. The image sparked widespread backlash, leading to a significant decline in her career. "What little career Griffin had left after she posted the image completely imploded," the source noted.
Griffin's unconventional therapy methods have been met with skepticism and criticism. Some have suggested that her PTSD claims are a desperate attempt to regain public attention following her career downfall. However, Griffin has defended her actions, stating that her condition is a result of the intense scrutiny and backlash she faced following the 2017 incident.
"[I]f you’re put under investigation by the Department of Justice, and the president wants you to be charged with conspiracy to assassinate the president, and you’re put on the No Fly List, and then your tour is canceled because of bomb threats, and then your phone doesn’t ring for six years, and then you get cancer and lose part of your voice ’cause half of your lung is gone, you gotta laugh about it," she said.
Following the 2017 incident, Griffin also revealed that she struggled with drug addiction and attempted suicide. She was also diagnosed with cancer, which resulted in the loss of half of one of her lungs. She has since apologized for the graphic images.
Critics argue that Griffin's PTSD claims are not related to Trump's presidency, but rather a result of her own actions and decisions. "Sorry, Kathy, your bizarre PTSD claim has zero to do with Donald Trump, and everything to do with the ravages of Trump Derangement Syndrome — which you eagerly embraced from the outset," the source concluded.