FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 6, 2019:
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Pres. Donald Trump has offered to pay for TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) counseling treatment for all 13 participants at the Dangerous State of the World: the need for fit leadership panel discussion as well as for the editors and contributors to “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess the President,” a book edited by Dr. Bandy Lee.
Dr. Lee led the panel discussion at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., March 18. She contended that the book was a “public service book of special knowledge that arose out of medical need.” As a medical professional, she said she deals with individual psychiatry and preventive psychiatry, then claimed that she was providing her expertise to prevent further mental imbalance in the country.
“We are responsible for the whole population’s well-being according to our code of ethics,” Lee said. “We Americans are facing unprecented dangers to our Constitution to our informed systems of checks and balances and to the very fabric of our society. The psychological dangerousness in our president has now translated into social, cultural and geopolitical dangerousness. Unless we address it for the societal pathology that it is, the problem will soon become uncontainable.”
She sounded earnest in her desire to provide a health assessment of the president. But the panelists offered no insight into the mind, health or emotional stability of the president. Rather, many of the participants used the panel discussion as an opportunity to vent or express their anger because of the president’s personality or policies.
At least one panelist, Mendi Hasan, unlike the others, admitted his ignorance of the mental health field.
“Ladies and gentlemen, I’m not a psychiatrist, psychologist or mental health professional. I possess no medical qualifications whatsoever to the great disappointment of my Indian parents, who always wanted me to be a doctor,” Hasan said.
Still, Hasan, like the other speakers, spoke as though they were authorities on the mental well being of the president. This would seem to preclude him from reporting on any news items related to the president due to his lack of objectivity. But, alas, Hasan will probably not exclude himself from such efforts.
Further, the fact that Dr. Lee has claimed that she was promoting a panel discussion for the mental health and was plainly not, would seem to be unprofessional, in that she is not promoting anything related to mental health.
The truth is that the World Mental Health Coalition a leftist, political organization packed with disgruntled liberals like Dr. Lee. It was established as the National Coalition of Concerned Mental Health Experts in 2017, after Pres. Trump was elected. The organization has a web site that clearly spells this out. It does not exist for any other purpose.
Dr. Lee and others who came to the first conference in 2017, published “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess the President,” after the first conference. Since then, Dr. Lee has appeared numerous times on TV and elsewhere hoping to convince people of the mental unfitness of Pres. Trump, with nothing more than anecdotal evidence.
Why are they doing this? They want Americans to come to their senses, and align their thinking with theirs. They do not think Americans who are in their right mind would vote for Trump. This is how disturbed they are. But the problem is not with the American people. They problem is with them, with the people who attend these conferences. Their thinking is clearly deranged.
For this reason, for the good of the country, Pres. Trump has offered to pay for their treatment at a mental health clinic of their choice. If you know any of these people, please let them know that they can get help for their mental condition.
Other panel participants included, in order of appearance:
Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, professor of Sustainable Development at Columbia University;
Richard Painter, former chief White House Ethics Lawyer, George W. Bush Administration, 2005 - 2007;
Ruth Ben-Ghiat, professor of history, New York University:
Jason Stanley, professor of philosophy, Yale University;
Gar Alperovitz, author and political economist;
Scott Ritter, former U.N. Weapons Inspector in Iraq, 1991 - 1998;
Joseph Romm, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress;
Jerrold Post, author, “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump;”
Philip Zimbardo, contributor, “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump;”
Mendi Hasan, journalist;
David Cay Johnson, author and journalist;
Rep. Jamie Raskin, (D-Maryland);
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