Author: Richard Greene

Why Donald Trump Attacked Meryl Streep (And Why He Will ALWAYS Attack People Who “Wound” Him)

Maybe it took Meryl Streep for people to finally get it. According to virtually every Psychiatrist, Psychologist and mental health professional that we know or have interviewed, who are experienced in this field, Donald Trump has a serious mental condition called “Narcissistic Personality Disorder” (NPD), a rare, incurable, largely untreatable, progressive disorder that is incompatible with being President of The United States and, especially, Commander-in-Chief. He will always attack anyone prominent who attacks him Because, while he talks constantly about being “strong” and “tough” the reality is that Donald Trump, because of his serious condition, is too sensitive. Because the attacks on him hurt too much. Way too much. He even said it himself in an interview with Megan Kelly on Fox News: “When I’m wounded, I go after people hard and I try to unwound myself.” Simple words of even mild criticism wound Donald Trump.  They cut through him like a knife. Simple words of even mild criticism trigger the ever-present (but oft covered up) deep feelings of insecurity and an almost total lack of self-worth. This is true for EVERYONE with NPD (as discussed in detail in the previous article, “Is Donald Trump Mentally Ill?” Handing over the Presidency and the entire United States Military to this man is like a 747 Pilot handing over the controls of the airplane to someone who is a known alcoholic. Or a surgeon giving the...

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The Constitution Allows America To Choose Colin Powell for President On January 6

Colin Powell can be elected President of The United States on January 6. And it is already in process. Here’s how: Step One: One Congressperson and one Senator challenge the results of The Electoral College. (As of January 5 at 5:20 pm, this author has just received confirmation that at least one Member of The House of Representatives WILL be challenging the results and that that Member is actively recruiting a corresponding Member from The United States Senate) . Step Two: Each challenged vote is debated and ruled to be either valid or invalid by both houses of Congress Step Three: If less than 270 of the 304 electoral votes for Donald Trump survive scrutiny by Congress, Donald Trump is not formally elected by The Electoral College and then the entire matter goes to The House of Representatives to choose. Step Four:  The House chooses, according to The 12th Amendment, amongst the top 3 electoral vote getters. Because of The Hamilton Elector campaign encouraging electors of both parties to “vote their conscience” 7 electors actually did.  As a result, here was the vote: Donald Trump:  304 Hillary Clinton:  227 Colin Powell:       3 John Kasich:       1 Bernie Sanders:  1 Ron Paul:            1 Faith Spotted Eagle  1 So, if Congress is able to invalidate at least 35 of Donald Trump’s 304 electoral votes, he will fall below the mandatory 270 vote threshold...

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Is Donald Trump Mentally Ill? 3 Professors of Psychiatry Ask President Obama to conduct “a full medical and neuropsychiatric evaluation”

President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 November 29, 2016 Dear President Obama, We are writing to express our grave concern regarding the mental stability of our President-Elect. Professional standards do not permit us to venture a diagnosis for a public figure whom we have not evaluated personally. Nevertheless, his widely reported symptoms of mental instability — including grandiosity, impulsivity, hypersensitivity to slights or criticism, and an apparent inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality — lead us to question his fitness for the immense responsibilities of the office. We strongly recommend that, in preparation for assuming these responsibilities, he receive a full medical and neuropsychiatric evaluation by an impartial team of investigators. Sincerely, Judith Herman, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School Nanette Gartrell, M.D. Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry University of California, San Francisco (1988-2011) Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School (1983-87) Dee Mosbacher, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Clinical Professor Department of Community Health Systems University of California, San Francisco...

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The Russian Hack ABSOLUTELY Affected The Outcome of The 2016 Election

Donald Trump won The 2016 Election by 22,748 votes in Wisconsin 44,312 votes in Pennsylvanie 9,528 votes in Michigan. Out of 135,657,507 Americans voting, Donald Trump won the Presidency by 76,588 votes, or 0.056% of those voting. In Michigan, for example, out of 4,799,284 votes cast, a margin of victory of 9,528 represents 0.19% of the vote. To put that into context, that means that in a representative room full of 1,000 Michigan voters, 501 would have voted for Trump and 499 would have voted for Hillary Clinton. In other words, if only 2 out of 1,000 voters had liked Hillary a bit more, or Trump a bit less, the election in Michigan, and all of their 16 electoral votes, would have gone to Clinton instead. To say that less than 2 out of every 1,000 Michiganders, and similar numbers in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, were not affected by the constant drip, drip, drip of negative Wikileaks email revelations over the course of many months of the Presidential campaign, accentuated by Donald Trump’s amplification of those leaked emails, accentuated by ads and constant news stories amplifying the worst aspects of those leaked emails, constantly taking Hillary Clinton’s messaging and campaign off course and throwing them, relenttessly, into “Defense” mode instead of taking their own message to the people of Michigan and America . . . is to literally call Vladimir...

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