Let me begin by saying that it is my understanding of the law, presumed to be pretty much uniform from state to state, that a person who demonstrates
that he is a danger to himself or to others can be hauled in for psychiatric observation and evaluation against his will for a period of 72 hours,
and, in some states, I guess, for as long as it takes.
Well, now, there is the latest controversy surrounding Trump... and one of his tweets, of course. What else?
Trump’s loony, defensive firing back against Meryl Streep’s upset about Trump’s having mocked a disabled person indicated a totally distorted,
twisted perception of the whole incident in question not to mention Trump’s hair trigger reaction mechanism to strike back.
A person who is deemed to have a distorted sense of reality is considered to be psychotic. The firing back against Streep is not the only such
incident. Trump perceived his election victory as a landslide, hardly reality, but these are merely two examples of many others (like the assessment
of [now, how shall I put this] his manly “stature” during a televised Presidential debate).
Can a person who demonstrates psychosis compounded by a flying-off-the-handle temperament NOT be considered a danger to others if he is
in possession of the so-called “nuclear codes?”
Will the Trump’s antics over many months finally result in some psychiatric professional’s signing-off on the psychiatric establishment’s
equivalent of an arrest warrant to bring Trump in?
If this eventually materializes, will this send Vladimir Putin into a Trump-like hissy-fit and temper tantrum having seen his grand plans for
Trump’s being in power being blown out of the water? Will Vladimir Putin, in a fiery, vengeful fit, reach over and “push the button” on us.
After all, it has been widely publicized that Putin and Roosky friends went to great lengths to affect the outcome of our election giving Trump the
edge to seize office (a mere unsubstantiated rumored accusation, I might add).
Will that missile be aimed right at Obama... at Hillary? Putin allegedly despises those two.
In case you are not aware of it, there is a camp out there in favor of the use of the 25th Amendment to knock The Donald out of the game. It has
something to do with incapacitation. View the following video entitled: “The Surprisingly Easy Way to Get Rid of Donald Trump | The Resistance with
Keith Olbermann | GQ:”
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To put it simply - no, Putin will not launch nuclear missiles, unless the sovereignty and existance of Russia is under direct, imminent threat as
Russian military doctrine dictated. Stop fearmongering! Russia is not your enemy, your establishment is.
. If I believed, I'd pray.
What ever it takes. Obviously he's not even remotely interested in actually being president. Because he's still taking sides and acting like a
manbaby. He only want to be president for his supporters.
He's going to be a total failure at this.
Being psychotic is a qualification for the presidency, not a disqualification.
Appearing psychotic is cover for just how clever these politicians are.
Think about it. Most have gotten to the top clawing and kicking, beginning as lawyers and business men they have amassed their riches and status
because they are learned swindlers, weazlers and crueler than cruel.
What do you call fifty lawyers at the bottom of the ocean?
I think it is more likely that various legal entities will create and maintain a rolling "impeachment" file on Trump. They keep collecting small bits
of evidence here and there (and there will be lots of it with the way he operates) and if he ends up letting his emotions get the better of him in an
illegal way then they will QUICKLY bring the hammer down on him.
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