Ryan E.
February 10, 2024

Wolf Blitzer suffers bout of illness on live TV

American journalist and CNN news anchor Wolf Blitzer appeared to have suffered an uncomfortable medical situation in the middle of a show.

During an on-air segment, Blitzer was listening to Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) speak when it all began to happen.

Suddenly, Blitzer’s eyes began to sag a bit. He appeared to start gagging and holding back the urge to vomit before the cameras cut away from the shot.

Sorry, Wolf.

Now, CNN has released a statement on what happened with Blitzer.

“Wolf wasn’t feeling 100% while anchoring Thursday night. He looks forward to being back in the Situation Room and appreciates the well wishes," the network explained.

While no medical condition or illness was confirmed, Blitzer did confirm that he has since recovered.

Blitzer took to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, to share an update with his concerned fans.

“I’m fine! Thanks for the well wishes. I’ll see you back in the Situation Room soon,” Blitzer wrote in his post.

No matter how you feel about Blitzer or his political viewpoints, you can sympathize with how awful it feels to come down with sickness in such a sudden and unexpected manner.

Some people have a fear of throwing up because of how horrible it can be!

We are glad to see that Blitzer is okay and making a recovery.

We can only speculate what actually overcame Blitzer during that interview, but with flu season in full fury, the host very well could have caught the same nasty bug that has been making its way across the country.

It is much easier to get sick during these winter months because cold air weakens our immune systems.

That’s why it is so important, especially during these winter months, to wash your hands, disinfect surfaces, and take vitamins.

Prayers for Blitzer's continued upswing!

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