Docs with agenda diagnose “patient” they’ve never met

How many of these Trump haters supported lying narcissist Barack Obama?

Sinking to a not previously seen low in psychiatry, over thirty mental health “experts,” not one of whom has ever personally met or examined President Donald Trump, say they have an “ethical responsibility to warn the public” about his “dangerous mental illness.” They jointly conclude the successful businessman is not fit to be president of the United States.

Meeting at a conference at Yale University this past week, the group has drawn harsh criticism from others from within the psychology field for violating the 1973 American Psychiatric Association’s “Goldwater rule,” which forbids mental health professionals from attempting to diagnose or give professional opinions on someone without having personally examined them.

But that didn‘t stop Dr. John Gartner, who said,“ Worse than just being a liar or a narcissist, in addition, he is paranoid, delusional and grandiose thinking and he proved that to the country the first day he was President. If Donald Trump really believes he had the largest crowd size in history, that’s delusional.” Estimates of crowd size, according to Gartner, provides a reliable barometer of sanity.

It should surprise no one that Gartner is a founder of “Duty to Warn,” an organization of mental health workers who feel Trump is unfit to be president.

Connecticut Republican Party Chairman J.R. Romano responded to the conventioneers calling Trump mentally ill by saying, “This is a sad day. These so-called professionals have thrown ethical standards out the window because they cannot accept the election results.” He also noted that the group is ridiculous and that there is a double standard in how “Duty to Warn” is treating Trump compared to former President Barack Obama.

In response to criticism over his long-distance diagnosis of President Trump, Dr. Gartner said: “This notion that you need to personally interview someone to form a diagnosis actually doesn’t make a whole lotta sense. For one thing, research shows that the psychiatric interview is the least statistical reliable way to make a diagnosis.”

Huh?

Dr Bandy Lee, who organized the conference said, “Dr Gartner was invited as an activist and was not on the actual panel,” emphasizing that the event was “independently organized and did not represent the views of Yale University or Yale School of Medicine.”

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6 Responses to Docs with agenda diagnose “patient” they’ve never met

  1. Frankly Speaking says:

    This same group that diagnoses a man they have never met or examined, are honoring Kitty Dukakis, the wife of failed Democrat presidential candidate Michael Dukakis. She admitted drinking hair spray, after-shave, mouthwash, vanilla extract, nail-polish remover, and ingesting Tylenol laced with codeine before entering an Alabama clinic to combat her substance-abuse problem. This troubled woman is worthy of praise, but the President of the United States is not.

    • State Delegate says:

      Honoring Kitty Dukakis reveals what this group of “medical professionals” is all about. First and foremost, they are leftists, hence the attempt to marginalize Pres. Trump and elevate a pathetic character like Dukakis.

      Maybe Kitty began her downward spiral in response to her husband’s “death of his campaign” reply when debating George H.W. Bush. Michael Dukakis was adamantly opposed to the death penalty. The question he was asked related to the the imposition of the death penalty for the perpetrator if she (his wife) had been raped and murdered. His immediate answer was “No” saying there is no evidence the death penalty lessens violent crime. The next day he fallen so low in the polls that his presidential aspiration were short circuited.

  2. Maggie says:

    No evidence the death penalty lessens violent crime? The executed murderer. if he’s released or escapes, sure won’t be able to be a repeat offender. That ‘s evidence enough.

  3. Observer says:

    I’d be curious to know how many of these shrinks are liberals. I’d bet the farm the majority are Obama and Hillary supporters. Both of them qualify as having delusions of grandeur and oversized egos manifesting themselves in entitlement psychosis. Where were the shrinks and their opinions during those campaigns?

  4. Saguaro Sam says:

    President Trump is Not a narcissist.
    If that were the case, he would not be successful as a businessman.

    Obama is the narcissist, meeting all of the diagnostic criteria (however, only displaying 5 of the 9 criteria is enough for a diagnosis).

    Just google: diagnostic criteria for narcissistic personality disorder.
    And you will be BHO magically appear in the written word, right before your eyes.

    The Left, continuing to be lead by Obama and Soros, are doing everything they can to push for impeachment.

    If you thought that Bill O’Reilly and Ailes got fired because of allegations of sexual harassment, you might want to think again.
    It’s about silencing anyone in the media who might carry even a glass of water for Trump.

    Don’t you see the signs?

    Meanwhile, the name “McCain” just keeps showing up in the wrong way. Doubtful that McCain Foods, Inc. is associated with McBarnacle, so consider this a public service announcement:

    “A food company is recalling frozen hash browns from stores in nine states plus the District of Columbia because the potatoes may have pieces of golf balls in them.

    McCain Foods USA’s recall notice said the golf balls apparently were ‘inadvertently harvested’ along with the potatoes and chopped up, in a release on Friday.

    The pieces are a reported choking hazard, but no injuries have been reported yet.

    The company is recalling 2lbs bags of Harris Teeter Brand Frozen Southern Style Hash Browns in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia and Maryland. . . ”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4435622/Frozen-hash-browns-recalled-golf-ball-pieces-found.html#ixzz4f6CpfvTf

    How does a food manufacturing factory “harvest” golf balls and mix them with potatoes?

    And where is the FDA?

  5. D.B. Cooper says:

    Hmm-m…a serving of those hash browns might be just the thing McCain needs. Fore!!