Yale psychiatrist suggests “leveling” middle America to stop Trump

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(Natural News) The only way to convince Trump voters to stop supporting the president is to bomb their cities and towns, according to Bandy X Lee, a psychiatrist from Yale University.

In a series of tweets, which apparently do not violate Twitter’s rules prohibiting calls for violence, Lee wrote that middle America, which is where she thinks all Trump supporters live, need to be “leveled” like Dresden was in order to break the “spell” that Donald Trump has over his followers.

Comparing Trump to Hitler, as leftists notoriously do, Lee told a tale that was relayed to her from a “reporter” about what it was like living under Hitler, and how it is supposedly the same as living under Trump.

“I cannot help but remember a conversation I had with my grandfather … about the firebombing of Dresden, whether he thought the Allies should be reproached for targeting civilians,” this reporter allegedly told Lee.

Continuing the story in her own voice, Lee went on to say that it was a “necessity” for Germans to see “their cities leveled” in order to wake them up concerning the truth about Hitler.

“The German public, he said, was not open to reason,” Lee’s tweet further reads. “They could not be persuaded to abandon Hitler.”

“Needless to say, we are seeing the same phenomenon here, and every day that Donald Trump has exposure to the public, he spellbinds his followers ever more deeply, as mental health experts are precisely the ones banned from comment,” she laments.


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If violence comes to your city after the election, you have Bandy X Lee to blame

Lee appears to suffer from a classic case of Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS), her Twitter profile containing a banner image of a book she wrote called The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President.

Lee’s particular brand of vitriol was all the rage back in 2016, when leftists everywhere jumped on the “Trump is mentally unfit” bandwagon. Then it moved to the Russian collusion conspiracy theory, only to circle back around to Trump’s taxes and, in the case of Lee, a return to the mental health narrative.

Should Trump win reelection on Nov. 3, there is no telling what people who read Lee’s work might try to do. Since she is openly calling for violence, with Twitter’s permission, Lee is an accessory to violent crime – do not forget this, should any violence come to your town or city.

“This is what the leaders of ‘The Resistance’ are fantasizing about if Trump loses – subjecting his supporters to Soviet-style show trials, Truth and Reconciliation commissions and Dresden 2.0!” warns Chris Menahan, writing for Information Liberation.

“Lee’s statement about mental health experts being ‘banned from comment’ is presumably a reference to the ‘Goldwater rule’ – which says it’s unethical for psychiatrists to diagnose public figures they haven’t examined in person – as Lee readily violates that rule by diagnosing Trump as ‘psychologically and mentally both dangerous and incapacitated.'”

Even though this is a longstanding ethical standard that applied to all other presidents as well, including Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, it has suddenly become a form of “white supremacy” to demand that Ivy League psychiatrists like Lee keep their mouths shut.

“Shrinks are usually more mentally deranged than many of their patients,” one Information Liberation commenter noted. “Most are con artists and drug pushers.”

“I’ve known quite a few mental health professionals,” wrote another, citing firsthand experience. “Total sociopaths.”

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