PERFECT. Quack Psychiatrist Who Wanted to “Physically Restrain” Trump and Frog March Him from Office Begs Schiff to Testify in Next Week’s Show Trial
by Jim Hoft
November 9, 2019
Anti-Trump Yale quack Bandy Lee is back in the news.
Lee told reporters in 2018 that she wanted to “physically constrain” President Trump, “evaluate him in constraints” and then frogmarch him from office.
But Lee was worried it may look like a coup!
Democrats gave up on their Russian collusion hoax and are now hoping to impeach Trump based on a phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky in July. President Trump asked Zelensky to look into Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election. Trump also agreed it would be a good idea to look at the Biden Crime Family’s Burisma scandal.
Democrats want to impeach Trump for asking for help in cleaning out the swamp.
Democrats see this as an impeachable offense.
In April 2017 Dr. Lee ranted against President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan.
Dr. Lee was completely oblivious to the necessity to change directions in this country and instead blamed Trump of having a nativist or xenophobic campaign.
Dr. Lee has been after Trump for a long time. It’s almost like a mental illness the way she has projected her daddy issues on this president.
Now Dr. Lee is begging shifty Adam Schiff to testify in next week’s show trial against President Trump.
A group of medical experts who claim that President Trump’s mental health makes him dangerous and unfit for office is seeking to testify during House impeachment proceedings.
The group, comprising four psychiatrists, a clinical neuropsychologist, a neurologist, and an internist, are planning to announce their availability next week to members of Congress and the media. They’ll also be available to consult privately with members of Congress, with 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, or with members of Trump’s cabinet.
Dr. Bandy Lee, a Yale School of Medicine psychiatrist, announced the group’s plans to the Washington Examiner on Friday.
“We think that hearing about mental health aspects in the context of the impeachment hearings is critical, partly because, for the past 2.5 years we have been very deeply concerned about mental instability of the president, and pretty much all that we have said has born out to be true,” she said.