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Yale psychiatrist Bandy X. Lee attacked President Donald Trump as commander in chief, amid an unprecedented national emergency brought on by the Chinese virus COVID-19.

To get a feel for how unhinged American colleges have become, Lee referred to Trump as “anti-human,” and went so far in her derangement as to claim the president’s daily press briefings “are nothing short of deadly.”

Then again, the left would consider the American people hearing the truth without a liberal filter to be so dire.

“We are facing a democide of genocidal proportions because we have handed power to someone who is anti-human in psychology,” Lee said in an interview with Salon.

Lee, a forensic psychiatrist at the Yale School of Medicine who also teaches at Yale Law School, has never examined Trump, but continues to raise questions about his mental health — this being the same cabal that swears “Sleepy Joe” Biden is sound.

She claimed the president has “withdrawn lifesaving equipment from states where governors have criticized him.” Lee characterized these alleged actions as criminal.

“When criminality combines with mental pathology, this kind of large-scale violence becomes possible. Eventually, it will be destructive to all,” she said.

And to think, this raving lunatic teaches America’s youth.

Trump’s approval rating is strong amid the Wuhan virus outbreak, with a recent Fox News poll showing the president with the highest approval rating since taking office, at 49% approval.

Based on the actions of the left, Trump’s daily press briefings have a lot to do with it, as he stands before the nation as commander in chief, taking bold, decisive action to help the American people weather the storm.

The nightly events have come under fire — in part because Trump keeps touting the high ratings. The Trump-hating network CNN has decided to no longer air them live, skipping the president’s remarks altogether.

The media learned its lesson from airing Trump’s rallies in 2016, giving him massive earned media, and have largely discontinued the practice. Their reaction to the daily briefings calls to mind this same strategy — pandemic or not.

When asked about Trump’s actions at the nightly events, Lee responded: “I think we can now accept how deadly his symptoms are, and that mental pathology is different from health.”

Offering an analogy that CNN’s favorite Republican, Ana Navarro would be envious of, Lee went on to suggest Trump shows “no interest in containing the infection,” and that he’d “be equally inclined to destroy the nation or the world — which he has the power to do — if he were to feel humiliated from the loss of an election, for example.”

To think there’s a possibility that the professor walks around un-medicated is scary indeed.

When asked if other networks should stop airing the daily briefings, Lee denounced Trump’s rhetoric, saying “his words certainly translated into deaths.”

“We can be certain that he is causing deaths, and for something as widespread as the coronavirus, it will be a large number,” she said.

Her remarks betraying the Democrats’ planned narrative leading up to the election.

Lee heads the World Mental Health Coalition and the mental health professionals are urging congressional intervention into President Trump’s coronavirus response.

In addition to citing the 25th Amendment, she uttered the “I” word.

“A second impeachment would also be effective,” Lee said, “with televised hearings on the president’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.”

She called on Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to “immediately establish an emergency crisis committee” to launch an investigation into Trump actions.

On the other hand, an investigation into the professorial standards at Yale University may serve the nation better.

Tom Tillison

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