Records Show Psych Prof Who 'Diagnosed' Trump "Unfit" Lacks License

Authored by Anthony Gockowski via Campus Reform,

Yale University psychology professor Bandy Lee has deleted her Twitter account amid mounting allegations that she is not licensed in her home state of Connecticut.

Accusations have been circulating on Twitter that the prominent Yale professor, known for her public diagnosis of President Donald Trump as having a “mental impairment” and who recently met with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to discuss the issue, isn’t actually a licensed psychiatrist.

In fact, Campus Reform discovered that according to the State of Connecticut, Lee’s “physician/surgeon” license expired in 2015, and her application for reinstatement has been “pending” ever since.

Additionally, her “controlled substance registration for practitioner” license has apparently “lapsed,” expiring in February 2017.

In response to Campus Reform’s inquiry on the matter, Lee simply stated that “I need only one license,” though she has yet to elaborate on precisely which license that is, and, according to the state in which she resides, she allegedly has none.

Without mentioning Lee specifically, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) put out a recent statement in which it condemned the diagnoses of public officials whom psychiatrists have not personally examined, invoking what is commonly referred to as the Goldwater Rule.

“We at the APA call for an end to psychiatrists providing professional opinions in the media about public figures whom they have not examined, whether it be on cable news appearances, books, or in social media,” the statement read, according to The Washington Examiner.

“Arm-chair psychiatry or the use of psychiatry as a political tool is the misuse of psychiatry and is unacceptable and unethical,” the APA concluded.

Lee and a colleague, however, responded to criticisms in a Wednesday POLITICO piece, in which they claim that “it’s perfectly OK to question the president’s mental state,” since they are “psychiatrists.”


nmewn jcaz Sat, 01/13/2018 - 08:38 Permalink

Incredible ain't it?

According to the brilliant "grande bourgeois progressive" minds we need a damned license for everything we intend to do or own in our lives, whether its guns, cars, boats, business etc but this bug-eyed, unlicensed moonbat can diagnose people from hundreds if not thousands of miles away and as it turns out, has been unlicensed for longer than Trump has even been 

I swear to God these people have to wake up in the morning thinking what can I do & say today to seem retarded?

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New_Meat jcaz Sat, 01/13/2018 - 08:55 Permalink

Yale still suffers from an inferiority complex when they look towards the northeast at the World's Most Perfect University.  After all, Havhad hired the fake Cherokee to fulfill that most important check box, the native american woman.  Yale can't keep up with a fake psychologist, but they are giving it that old College Try.

Fauxcahauntas, by the way, should keep up her appearances with Bret, it was quite entertaining.

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nmewn New_Meat Sat, 01/13/2018 - 09:13 Permalink

But Yale is still trying to be as PC as Haaawvahd!...…

...lest any indoctrinated special snowflakes heading to the library for historical context become, unnerved, at the very offensive sight of, statuary, of pilgrims, with...GUNZ!

You see, the pilgrims must have snuck up on the unwary forest dwelling Indians, who were armed with bows & arrows and just bludgeoned them to death, with what appears to

Which is really saying something about the stealth of the pilgrims, I guess, sneaking up on an Indian like that ;-)

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847328_3527 nmewn Sat, 01/13/2018 - 09:20 Permalink

All these left wing universities make it difficult for an intelligent conservative high school student decide where to go. Even UT in Austin has been comandeered by far left radicals including the UT Board and the president Fenvres who moved statues off campus in the middle of the night to pander to a small vociferous violent group of thugs.

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fleur de lis 847328_3527 Sat, 01/13/2018 - 10:48 Permalink

The schools should be required to provide post graduation employment rates.

Also they should be required to place students in the fields they study or refund the tuition.

That would also weed out the pandemic of dead end Bolshevik teachers infesting academia and spreading antisocial, unproductive, and outright destructive ideas.

Bolsheviks don't produce or build -- they just like to control and feed off other people's productive energy.

These dunce college/university professors are like drones in charge of the beehive.

They think like vermin and find a way to do nothing but feed and breed, so academia is the perfect nest.

A dark, warm, protected little corner to proliferate and send out infection everywhere yet remain unseen.

Then they bring in more of their own kind and become so numerous that they start spilling out into the open like this moron "professor" who does not have the brains to keep her mouth shut while she is riding the taxpayer funded gravy train.

This is how all vermin get cleaned out -- they don't know when to stop.



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Withdrawn Sanction peddling-fiction Sat, 01/13/2018 - 08:33 Permalink

We have a doctor neighbor who is always willing to help out when a middle-of-the-night illness or a an injury pops up.  A phone call to his house, and after a description of symptoms/what happened, he says, sure, come on over.  Almost always, he knows what's wrong just by the description, but still has to physically "see" the patient...he must lay hands on them.  And if he's going to write a scrip, he absolutely MUST see the patient.

No competent or ethical MD would do otherwise b/c there are things that can only be seen and experienced in person.  And that's one reason it's a direct violation of medical ethics and licensing requirements to pronounce a diagnosis WITHOUT having seen the patient in question.  One wonders whether the CT medical licensing board will do anything to this woman for unethical medical practices, and for (it would appear) practicing medicine w/o a license. 

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MrBoompi Withdrawn Sanction Sat, 01/13/2018 - 11:30 Permalink

Plenty of people remotely diagnosed Hillary during the campaign.  If we believe someone has a certain disorder, we'll listen to a witchdoctor if he agrees with us.  She passed out and was thrown into a van like a sack of potatoes.  She wore those goofy purple-lensed glasses.  She repeatedly had mental lapses and problems with balance and stamina.  But if we came to medical conclusions, they were also based on remote diagnoses.  I'm just sayin....

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