More than a Dozen Democrats Launch New Desperate Attack on Trump to Force Him Out

Well, according to the latest news, it seems Democratic grapes remain sour over the 2016 election results, and that their efforts in an attempt to remove President Donald Trump from office truly have no bounds.

Rather than simply accepting the fact Trump won fair and square without Russian collusion, has yielded a record breaking stock market, or that the economy is actually growing under his leadership, Liberals have decided they just can’t leave well enough alone and are now attacking his mental health.

No, seriously.  Per Politico, more than a dozen members of Congress have already “summoned Yale University psychiatry professor Dr. Bandy X. Lee to Capitol Hill last month for two days of briefings about (Trump’s) recent behavior.”

“One senator said that it was the meeting he most looked forward to in 11 years,” Lee told Politico in an interview.

“Their level of concern about the president’s dangerousness was surprisingly high,” she continued.

It is reported that all but one of the lawmakers were Democrats.  The lone Republican is unnamed at this time.

In the interview, Lee pointed to Trump “going back to conspiracy theories, denying things he has admitted before, his being drawn to violent videos.”

However, it’s the president’s tweets that she finds most alarming.

“We feel that the rush of tweeting is an indication of his falling apart under stress. Trump is going to get worse and will become uncontainable with the pressures of the presidency,” Lee said.

Nevertheless, this isn’t the first time Lee has weighed in on the issue, as she wrote an entire book about the man, entitled, “The Dangerous case of Donald Trump,”  which includes testimonials from “27 psychiatrists and mental health experts assessing the president’s level of ‘dangerousness.’”

Additionally, Lee isn’t alone in bringing up Trump’s mental health. If you recall, back in February of 2017, Rep. Ted Lieu actually introduced a bill that would require the president to see a psychiatrist.

Investigate away, I say. I mean, besides providing a fair amount of humor, what good have any of their investigations done at this point? I’ll wait.

H/T BizPacReview

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