Ivy League Psychologist Rules Trump Has Major Mental Issues

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Ivy League Psychologist Rules Trump Has Major Mental Issues

Another Ivy League Psychologist Violates APA Rules With Long-Distance Mental ‘Diagnosis’ Of POTUS Trump

In case you wondered just how deep-rooted Trump Derangement Syndrome has become on the Left, the establishment media has now ‘mainstreamed’ long-distance diagnoses of mental health disorders when it comes to our much-maligned president.

The latest comes from another Ivy League mental health ‘professional,’ Dr. Brandy X. Lee, a forensic psychiatrist and Yale School of Medicine’s “expert on violence.”

As noted by PJ Media, Lee was sought out by the paragon of virtue and media excellence (insert heavy sarcasm here) Raw Story to find out what she thought of the president’s “racist” tweets this week that the rest of the garbage media and the Democrat Party have assigned to “The Squad” — Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, RashidaTlaib, and Ayanna Pressley.

Asked about Trump’s use of “foul language and racist hatred” (how’s that for a loaded, lay-up question?) Dr. Lee said:

The first thing this indicates to me is that the president is deteriorating rapidly. He attacks as a maladaptive means of coping with stress, and he won’t stop. Given the rigidity of his repertoire, we can expect more, escalating attacks.

Secondly, his racism also lays bare his dangerousness. If the actual content of Robert Mueller’s report were to be understood properly, rather than in the light of distortion and deflection the Attorney General to protect him, or the ‘No collusion! No obstruction!’ hypnotism he has managed so far, things could become uncontrollable.

Mind you, Dr. Lee — like other Left-wing kook psychiatrists and psychologists who have offered a similar opinion of the president — has never examined POTUS Trump even once, let alone sat in the same room with him.

How is it possible, then, for Lee to make this diagnosis?

Well, according to the treatment standards of the American Psychiatric Association, the “Goldwater Rule” says it is unethical for practitioners to make long-distance diagnoses without an exam:

    1. On occasion psychiatrists are asked for an opinion about an individual who is in the light of public attention or who has disclosed information about himself/herself through public media. In such circumstances, a psychiatrist may share with the public his or her expertise about psychiatric issues in general. However, it is unethical for a psychiatrist to offer a professional opinion unless he or she has conducted an examination and has been granted proper authorization for such a statement. — APA’s Principles of Medical Ethics With Annotations Especially Applicable to Psychiatry.

The rule was adopted after another Republican presidential contender in an earlier era, Sen. Barry Goldwater, a conservative’s conservative, was similarly lambasted by the Leftist establishment in the 1964 election cycle:

“Do you believe Barry Goldwater is psychologically fit to serve as President of the United States?” the editors of Fact magazine asked 12,356 psychiatrists during the 1964 presidential campaign between Goldwater and Lyndon Johnson.

The responses set off a wave of reaction that resonated again most recently after media speculation about the mental status of the current Republican presidential candidate.

Fact published numerous comments questioning Sen. Barry Goldwater’s psychological capacity for office, which ultimately led to the creation of APA’s “Goldwater Rule” in 1973.

A look at the original episode reveals as much about psychiatry’s changes over the last half century as it does about politics then or now.

The harshly negative responses by people who had never even met Goldwater seem astonishing by today’s standards, as a sampling suggests:

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“A s of insecurity and ineffectiveness,” wrote another.

“From hisstrategies when it comes to President Trump. Labeling him “crazy! crazy!” is a wash, rinse, repeat of an earlier discrediting strategy the APA has been unableer sharing this video with your friends and family. Thank you, we appreciate it!

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