Alec Baldwin’s Wife Claims He Suffers from PTSD

(RoyalPatriot.com )- Alec and Hilaria Baldwin just won’t stop making their case in the court of public opinion.

In an Instagram video post last week, Hilaria got super huffy with the media constantly writing about her husband just because he shot and killed his cinematographer. The phony LatinX whined that Alec is suffering from PTSD, not just because he shot and killed someone either. He has had PTSD “for a very, very, very long time.”

Then maybe doing an interview with George Stephanopoulos was a bad idea.

During his interview with Stephanopoulos, Alec Baldwin said he didn’t feel guilty about shooting someone to death. Instead, he thinks someone else is responsible for what happened, but he doesn’t know who. All he knows, Baldwin told Stephanopoulos, is “it’s not me.” If he had been responsible (the guy who is responsible said), he would’ve killed himself.

Hilaria, who along with her husband won’t go away, complained about people “creating news stories about us.” She accused the media of trying to provoke her husband and get him upset. And because of all these stories, Hilaria and Alec are getting dogged by the paparazzi.

This is the same Hilaria who poses for pictures every time she and her kids leave the house.

Hilaria, who has never shut up, whined about not being able to talk. She wants to “get to a place where I can use my voice.” She wants to show the world that it isn’t a “famous thing,” instead it is “an all-the-time thing.”

So which is it? Does Hilaria want the press to ignore her or does she want to “use her voice?”

Famous people complaining about getting media attention is like a doctor complaining about having to see patients.

Then Hilaria tried to act as if she wasn’t talking about herself, she was talking about everybody. “Everybody has trolls,” and everybody has people who criticize them or praise them. She told her Instagram followers “reclaim your voice” so “you’re allowed to speak.”

What does that even mean? And what on earth does it have to do with PTSD?