GUEST: Dr. Bandy Lee, forensic psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine, expert in violence prevention consulting with UN’s World Health Organization (WHO), editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,” and president of World Mental Health Coalition.
She and Jesse touch on the corruption and bribery scandal that touched Yale. She suggests the APA, American Psychological Association, is more corrupt at a larger and much more damaging scale.
She tutored black homeless youth in Harlem, NY, as a teen. She has affinity for the “African American” people. Why are blacks so violent? She says it’s partly pent up from the Jim Crow era, in which blacks weren’t violent like they are now.
She held a conference about President Trump as part of the World Mental Health Coalition. She and other psychologists and mental health professionals defended against what she calls a mischaracterization of the Goldwater Rule. She blames the APA for silencing an entire profession.
They debate about whether Trump is “dangerous” to the country or mentally unfit. She’s not real political, she works with World Health Organization in violence prevention around the world in wars, gender violence, prisons, etc. But she voted for Hillary Clinton, I think she admitted. She says if we remove Trump, the mental health of the country will improve.
She doesn’t want to address the mental health of people who undergo transgender surgery, or who commit abortions, or the lying liberal media who screamed “collusion” for years. She also won’t comment on The Wicked Witch of the West with the low IQ, Maxine Waters, who attacks The Great White Hope and his supporters. She claims Trump destabilized the Middle East, etc.
She says she’s a Christian. (She actually has a Masters of Divinity.) Jesse asks her about the liberal pope. Liberals don’t support anything good. She says there are problems with conservatives. She does love and support Israel and Jews.
Originally aired Wednesday, May 1, 2019:
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