Leftist psychologists blame stress on conservatives

Trump Derangement Syndrome infects psychologists

When the delusional anti-Trumpers at the seriously declining Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic, publish an online report featuring a podcast titled, “How to survive the 2020 election” it’s not a leap to recognize there will be a leftist partisan slant. The noble concept of newspapers delivering unbiased news has gone the way of the buggy whip.

The podcast features two of the newspaper’s left-wing hit squad that has conservatives squarely in its sights, and the executive director of practice, research and policy at the American Psychological Association (APA).

To no rational person’s surprise, the focus of the APA’s “Stress in America 2019” survey, finds that 62% of Americans say they’re stressed by the current political climate. The identical percentage say the future of the country is a significant source of stress. The group admits it crafts the questions to achieve desired results.

Topping the list of stress inducers is the “2020 Presidential Election.” The rest of us are comforted by the reality of the endurance and dedication of President Donald Trump under the most obscene pressures imposed by the inconsolable left, who set out to impeach him before inauguration day and are currently motivated by the fear Pres. Trump will be reelected. 

The American Psychological Association Has Lost Its Mind,” is a revealing report — guaranteed to make us smarter — published by Capital Research Center. It notes, “Psychologists who make up the APA are overwhelmingly left-wing.  A 2012 study found that of 800 psychologists surveyed, only 6 percent identified themselves as conservative.”

This study provides irrefutable evidence that any report the group issues is skewed and unreliable — identically mirroring the agenda-driven Arizona Republic.

5 Responses to Leftist psychologists blame stress on conservatives

  1. Mike says:

    The APA has one and only one mission: to attempt to excuse every possible form of sinful thinking or behavior by giving it a euphemistic medical “disease” name ending in “-ism” or “-ia.”

  2. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    Dennis Prager’s radio program today is on the escalating suicide rate among American youth. I think his answer is right on target. The schools are teaching them that America is not a good place, our founders were all white men and racists, too boot, our President Trump stinks. They are bombarded with lies and innuendo from the mass media and the schools are doing a lousy job of educating. Most importantly, too many of American kids are disconnected from religion and moral values, with part time parents.

  3. Mohave Mike says:

    I’m stressed and it’s not due to being a conservative. What elevates my stress levels are the nitwit democrats I am unable to escape…on the news, in the educrat establishment where I happen to work, and the leftie know-it-all my sister married, who comes in to town for the holidays, complains about the weather here when he comes from Minnesocold, where they elect America haters to congress.

  4. just me says:

    This is all you need to read to know what this is about:
    “The group admits it crafts the questions to achieve desired results.”