Last week, we told you about the group “Duty to Warn.” While their website suggests they’re an organization of licensed mental health professionals, their actions tell a different story. Stomping down the streets of Manhattan demanding the removal of “narcissistic” President Trump, they looked to be in desperate need of their own therapist.
More than 125 psychologists marching down Broadway were openly calling for the ousting of President Trump. Wearing black clothes with red sashes reading “dangerous,” the group resembles Antifa members seeking a fight. The marchers kept time with a funereal drumbeat tapped out by Dr. Peter Fraenkel, a professor at CUNY’s City College.
“We can sense the power of Trump’s underlying fear that he is worthless and weak by how intensely he resists and retaliates against any criticism,” says Harry Segal, a Cornell University psychologist. “No matter how minor–he can’t let anything go.” Apparently, these professionals are unable to recognize the difference between “criticism” and bullying.
To be effective, criticism must be constructive, not destructive.
Nonetheless, Dr. Michelle Golland agrees with Segal. “We’re actually suffering from his narcissistic personality,” claims Golland, a clinical psychologist. “He has no empathy. You can feel it, the way he spoke about the San Juan mayor. She has PTSD and our president mistreats her. She is re-victimized. That is a narcissist.”
The New PTSD
If PTSD stands for “Pathetic Trump-Slamming Disorder,” then Golland is right. But, that makes President Trump the victim. Moreover, reading the clinical definition of a narcissistic personality, it is easy to see that it’s more fitting for leftists. The disorder is characterized by the Mayo Clinic as being:
“A mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others. A person may be generally unhappy and suffer disappointment when not receiving the special favors or admiration they believe they deserve.”
Academy Awards, Golden Globes, NFL protests, Waters, Pelosi…We could go on and on but you get the picture. It’s also applicable to psychologists that violate their oaths and ethics while accusing the president of doing the same. Nothing says narcissism like a doctor with a “God-complex,” right?
Incidentally, there is a back-door clause in the 25th Amendment that allows for the removal of a president. But only, if he “is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.” Unfortunately for them, disagreeing with President Trump doesn’t meet the burden of proof. So, they’ll just have to seek professional help to deal with their trauma.