Jim Jeffries: Long Term Forecast

June 11, 2017

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59 Responses to “Jim Jeffries: Long Term Forecast”

  1. Sir Charles Says:

    Yeah. You can all do better.

  2. Sir Charles Says:

    Another ‘forecast’…

    Mental health experts claimed the President was “paranoid and delusional”, and said it was their “ethical responsibility” to warn the American public about the “dangers” Mr Trump’s psychological state poses to the country.

    Speaking at the conference at Yale’s School of Medicine on Thursday, one of the mental health professionals, Dr John Gartner, a practising psychotherapist who advised psychiatric residents at Johns Hopkins University Medical School until 2015, said: “We have an ethical responsibility to warn the public about Donald Trump’s dangerous mental illness.”

    => Donald Trump has ‘dangerous mental illness’, say psychiatry experts at Yale conference – Mental health experts say President is ‘paranoid and delusional

    t is usually frowned upon among psychiatrists to give a professional opinion of the mental state of a public figure they have not examined in person, as dictated by a passage in the American Psychiatric Association’s code of ethics known as the Goldwater rule.

    But in a letter to the New York Times, the doctors said they had decided it was necessary to break their silence on the matter because they feared “too much is at stake”.

    “This silence has resulted in a failure to lend our expertise to worried journalists and members of Congress at this critical time,” they wrote. “We fear that too much is at stake to be silent any longer.”

    => Mental health professionals warn Trump is incapable of being president

    ‘UNFIT LEADER’ Donald Trump shows signs of ‘serious mental illness’ claim psychiatrists as group start petition for his removal

    The group claimed that the president’s traits were grounds for impeachment


    • All Trumps paranoid and delusional voters will now be feeling vindicated in voting for their brethren, assuming their paranoia and delusional disabilities allow them to believe this psychiatric assessment is not part of a conspiracy.

      • Sir Charles Says:

        I don’t believe in conspiracy theories, and I don’t think Trump supporters are very bright and/or mentally sound.

        • vierotchka Says:

          Neither are Hillary supporters, for that matter.

        • Gingerbaker Says:

          Does that mean you do not think that people conspire? Is, say, gerrymandering a phenomenon that does not exist? Seems to me one has to take each conspiracy theory on its own merits?

          • Sir Charles Says:

            Most conspiracy theories are created by trolls and/or maniacs.

          • Gingerbaker Says:

            Only if you define “conspiracy theory” as theories that are ” are created by trolls and/or maniacs.”

            And that is absurd, as people conspire all the time and get away with it. The entire Republican Party is a conspiracy for example.

            The DNC conspired against Sanders is another prime and recent example. One to which you are evidently and determinedly blind.

          • vierotchka Says:

            You are absolutely right. I would add that the Republican Party also is a crime syndicate.

          • vierotchka Says:

            …A crime syndicate and a cult!

          • dumboldguy Says:

            Yes, Trump learned well from his master Putin—-the Repugnant Party in the U.S. IS looking more and more like the crime syndicate that governs russia and the cult of worshipping the smarmy little weasel that is the head criminal there is being mimicked by the cult of Trump over here. .

  3. Sir Charles Says:

    56,365 mental health professionals have so far signed a petition where they Declare Trump is Mentally Ill And Must Be Removed. They believe in their professional judgment that Donald Trump manifests a serious mental illness that renders him psychologically incapable of competently discharging the duties of President of the United States. And we respectfully request he be removed from office, according to article 4 of the 25th amendment to the Constitution, which states that the president will be replaced if he is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.”

    Below an interview with Dr. Lynne Meyer, a Clinical Psychologist:

  4. Sir Charles Says:

    That’s the result of “Bernie or bust”. Only half of the US electorate did even bother to cast their vote. And now you have a psychopath as president.

    • vierotchka Says:

      Mind you, had Hillary been elected, you’d have had a psychopath as president too. This election was a Cornelian dilemma if ever there was one.

    • Gingerbaker Says:

      Here we go again. That Trump was elected should be attributed to Sanders supporters?

      For a man who claims not to believe in conspiracy theories, that’s a heck of a doozy that you just shared with us.

      • dumboldguy Says:

        It’s not a “conspriracy theory” to point out the simple math that third party voters and lack of support from “berners” hurt Clinton’s chances.

        • Gingerbaker Says:

          That would be the same Clinton who received 3 million more votes than Trump?!?

          Show me an analysis that in crucial swing states Clinton lost more votes to 3rd party Bernie voters than she lost to vote fraud/uncounted ballots and I’ll eat my hat.

          And, btw, when you act the way the DNC acted toward Bernie, they should expect protest votes, not whine about them. Even IF 3rd party Bernie voters lost the election to Trump, it is STILL the fault of the DNC.

      • Sir Charles Says:

        I didn’t say that “Trump was elected should be attributed to Sanders supporters”. I’m blaming people not voting for Trump’s opponent, the less evil. But maybe you’re OK with this megalomaniac now being your president.

        • Gingerbaker Says:

          What you said was:

          “That’s the result of “Bernie or bust”.”

          How else should that be interpreted?

          And I’ll say it again – this would the same Clinton that got more than 3 million votes more than Trump? – but it is Bernie supporters that caused the result nobody likes?

          Proof source? Why do I doubt you have one?

          And logic fail: not accepting the bullshit that Bernie supporters lost this election does not imply me or any other Bernie supporter is OK with Trump being President. For someone who thinks conspiracy theories are only from nutjobs, you are very busy promoting one, so:

          Look in the mirror.

          Clinton, the DNC, and a whole lot of uncounted ballots lost that election, not Bernie or bust.

      • Sir Charles Says:

        BTW, Bernie Sanders called on the electorate to vote for Hillary Clinton after having been defeated.

  5. toby52 Says:

    Hilary Clinton has had a long political career, and is no more psycho than Bush, Gore, Kerry or Powell. Trump has had a long career as a shyster making deals from his grifting that stung thousands of small investors and businessmen.

    Of course he got votes because of that not in spite of it. Like Fredo Corleone, his voters tbought “there was something in it for them”. The misogyny & racism helped. Like with Fredo, it will not end well.

  6. Sir Charles Says:

    Another ‘forecast’. Trumpland is losing its scientists…

    => Climate Scientists, Please Come to France, You Are Welcome

    G7 now called G6 against one. Trump is clearly isolating the US from the rest of the world (except Russia maybe).


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