Monday, Dec. 4, 2017
Quote of the day about Trump, he’s “less than particularly hinged” from panelist Jonathan LaMire of The 11th Hour. Brian Williams completed him for his coming up with the term.
Perhaps Trump’s best defense about the FBI Tweet would be that he was delusional when he wrote it. Perhaps when he Tweeted he wasn’t oriented to what he knew then and what he knows now? This actually fits with the diagnosis of rapidly decompensating reality testing.
I try to find and post all articles abut Trump’s mental health and the Duty to Warn movement, even when they present arguments and opinions I disagree with. Here’s the latest example. I won’t bother to critique his argument since anyone reading this website on a regular basis can do so themselves.
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Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017
For the record Mister President, either everyone else on the bus was delusional or it’s you. (HB)
Sat. Dec. 2, 2017
|From the Weekly Observer in the UK|
The psychological pressure on Trump built this week culminating in the guilty plea by Michael Flynn. The questions being raised in the media about his mental stability, below, reflect this. HB
Excerpt (emphasis added):
|The author of this is a Trump ditto-head, a novelist who is ignorant about psychology.|
|The author of the HuffPost article is a Trump ditto-head as his Twitter Tweets show. Here’s how I responded.|
Fox News: This is relevant as far as the pressure on Trump’s psychic stability because we know he watches Fox News. Fox regular on legal matters says it is a nightmare for him:
‘Tip of a prosecutorial iceberg’: Fox’s Judge Napolitano explains why Flynn plea is ‘a nightmare for Donald Trump’
|This is a short letter but it is significant because the NY Times put it online highlighted in the Opinion section (above left)|
We are currently witnessing more than his usual state of instability — in fact, a pattern of decompensation: increasing loss of touch with reality, marked signs of volatility and unpredictable behavior, and an attraction to violence as a means of coping. These characteristics place our country and the world at extreme risk of danger.