posted on Mar, 1 2018 @ 08:10 AM
I've heard of psych exams of people who have been reported for simply being "withdrawn", and not showing as much interaction between some people as
they used to. Talk about flimsy reasoning for an evaluation - maybe they had reason to stop talking to that person(s) to which the other party
As for the psych exam the question "have you had thoughts about hurting someone" or "Have you ever thought about hurting someone". I think there
are a great number of people who have been in situations where they have thought about hurting someone, like parents and smart-ass teenagers (and the
opposite), or an abusive spouse/significant other/BF/GF, but they are usually fleeting moments of anger not a detailed plan on how to enact violence
upon somone. They use extremely broad questions where if you answer NO, they think you are hiding something and they can justify holding you or
further action. If you answer yes, then you admit that you may be a danger to someone. Never is the question asked "was the person you thought
about hurting someone who was hurting or abusing you?" or "have you recently made any plans on hurting anyone". From what I have heard from people
who have gone through this, the above is how they operate but i'd suspect that it differs between jurisdiction.
So if the plan is to take guns away (because they may be a threat to "someone") and then give them their due process what's to stop the person who
is actually planning to do harm from accusing someone so that they are then defenseless? There are so many errors in the logic of the president that
I don't even know where to begin and it really makes me think about the dementia claim that was going on about a year ago. Actually a lot of what he
says makes me think that.
I forget his exact statement when he said that "his opinion was the only one that mattered" or something to that effect, I think that is the same
type of thinking we are seeing here. He also seemed like he was very dismissive of any of the republican's concerns or comments..
I also can't stand when he says "no one is a bigger supporter of the NRA than me/I am" or "no one is a bigger guns rights supporter than me", it
makes me want to puke. I'd like to know how many times he goes shooting every year, how long he has been an NRA member, how much money he has given
to the NRA, you know, the little things that gun people and NRA supporters do.