The electors officially voted. Only two defected from Donald Trump. Eight tried to scram from Hillary Clinton. (One elector voted for “Faith Spotted Eagle.” I don’t think I’ll ever stop laughing at that.)
So let’s recap. Liberals whining about the popular vote didn’t work. Liberals whining about Russia didn’t work. Liberals whining about electors didn’t work. They’re out of ways to delegitimize Trump’s victory, right? Are they finally going to accept it? What else could they POSSIBLY come up with to prevent Trump from becoming POTUS?
Three professors of psychiatry are urging President Obama to call for “a full medical and neuropsychiatric evaluation” of Donald Trump before Jan. 20. They say Trump is suffering from an incurable mental illness and therefore unfit to lead the country. I am not making this up.
Here’s the letter:
President Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
November 29, 2016
Dear President Obama,
We are writing to express our grave concern regarding the mental stability of our President-Elect. Professional standards do not permit us to venture a diagnosis for a public figure whom we have not evaluated personally. Nevertheless, his widely reported symptoms of mental instability — including grandiosity, impulsivity, hypersensitivity to slights or criticism, and an apparent inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality — lead us to question his fitness for the immense responsibilities of the office. We strongly recommend that, in preparation for assuming these responsibilities, he receive a full medical and neuropsychiatric evaluation by an impartial team of investigators.
Judith Herman, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
Nanette Gartrell, M.D.
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
University of California, San Francisco (1988-2011)
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School (1983-87)
Dee Mosbacher, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor
Department of Community Health Systems
University of California, San Francisco (2005-2013)
I didn’t realize hitting back against the dishonest media was a sign of mental illness. Who knew?
They say Trump is suffering from “Narcissistic Personality Disorder.” Here’s how they know. I’ll provide my translation in parenthesis.
1. He has a grandiose sense of self-importance. (He’s proud of his business accomplishments, as he should be.)
2. He’s preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love. (He believes America can be greater– economically, morally, etc. than it is now.)
3. He believes that he is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with other special or high-status people. (That’s obviously not true. Last time I checked, the high-status people backed Hillary Clinton.)
4. He requires excessive admiration. (No. He just expects the media to cover him accurately. BIG difference.)
5. He has a sense of entitlement. (HA HA HA HA! Sorry. I was just thinking about how Hillary Clinton thought she deserved the presidency.)
6. He’s interpersonally exploitative. (Based on…?)
7. He lacks empathy: is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others. (Which is why over 61 million Americans voted for him, obviously.)
8. He’s often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him. (Pretty sure he’s not envious of anyone. The man has everything.)
9. He shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes. (Newsflash: Most people love his attitude. That’s kinda why he won.)
So as you can see, Trump CLEARLY suffers from “Narcissistic Personality Disorder.” That’s why he tweets so many mean and scary things! Like, he could wake up one day to a mean tweet and suddenly authorize the use of nuclear weapons!!!! Not kidding. They actually fear this will happen.
If someone does have “Narcissistic Personality Disorder” they can, indeed, wake up, see a Tweet or a news report from a foreign leader criticizing him, mocking him, calling him “weak” or threatening his ego in any way and order some kind of impulsive, vindictive, punishing, immediate response that could include an unhinged order to attack that foreign leader or foreign country with military force, even including the authorization of nuclear weapons.
It is extremely likely that there would be some kind of impulsive, angry diplomatic response.
Because this mental illness is “incurable and progressive,” Trump should not be president.
Let’s see how far this nonsense goes. This should be fun.