Sunday, November 13, 2016

Is sociopath Trump as pathologically paranoid as I was? Did HE hack the vote he insisted Clinton "rigged?"

Look. I take my antipsychotics, so I am not paranoid now, but I have a pretty good idea who is a paranoid man when I see one. Trump is diagnosably insane, according to all the intuition I can muster. Accusing Hillary of "rigging" the election so excessively often is precisely the delusional way of talking. He tweeted the word "rig"... 29 times.

To debunk two myths about us, however, schizophrenics have one personality each and we are rarely dangerous, but we can become unbelievably paranoid, utterly convinced that people are out to get us when they're not, with poisoned food, medicines, spy cameras, Lucifer, to name just a few types of packages. With it go false, deluded accusations, spoken or unspoken.

However, it's been argued many times, Trump is a paranoid sociopath, therefore, unlike us schizophrenics, he is clearly dangerous, pathologically mad and sadistically cruel and corrupt.

So convinced that Hillary and her team cheated, it's entirely possible that he decided to hack the computerized voting machines' databases to solve his delusional problem.

What does a paranoid man do when he believes so intensely that his opponent is cheating? He cheats, the obvious response, in this crazy head, to get "justice" to right the delusional wrong. To tell him, "Donald, that's crazy. You're paranoid," well then the person who called him insane would be a part of the plot against him, in severe delusional logic.

Coders themselves admit they can easily hack these units. Computer programmer Clinton Curtis testified "that Tom Feeney (Speaker of the House of Florida at the time, currently US Representative representing MY district ) tried to pay him to rig election vote counts," said the YouTube profile owner who uploaded the following video. In Curtis' opinion, based on discrepancy with exit polls, the Republicans hacked the Ohio machines to sway the vote, and therefore the presidency, in favor of Bush, which, he argued, entirely possibly actually went to Kerry. To go into the machine code, he said, is how to uncover the truth.

I could be wrong, of course, but shouldn't we investigate this? Call it a hunch, if you will, a testable, falsifiable hypothesis. We need a reality check. We deserve to know if I'm right or wrong on this matter.

We need to find out soon, of course, especially as he'll have his finger on the atom bomb buttons. Talk about a terrorist! There are at least "nine terrifying things" he said about nuclear weapons. That’s Trump, the pot calling the kettle black, as he points the finger at Muslims for allegedly allowing terrorist attacks. The New York Times said,
He accused American Muslims of failing to “turn in the people who they know are bad,” effectively blaming other Muslims for the shooting in Orlando and the attack last year in San Bernardino, Calif., that was carried out by a married couple inspired by the Islamic State.
Here he was, in the next video footage below, clinching his (tentative) victory with a television ad at the end of his campaign, doing what strikes me as a subtle "blood libel" against Jews.

He began: "Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you the American people. The establishment has trillions of dollars at stake in this election." Then when he next said, "For those who control the levers of power in Washington..."—a picture of Jewish billionaire George Soros appeared—and then when he continued, "...and for the global special interests..."—an image of Jewish Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen appeared. He finished the sentence by saying, "...they partner with these people that don’t have your good in mind." He continued, "The political establishment that is trying to stop us is the same group responsible for our disastrous trade deals, massive illegal immigration, and economic and foreign policies that have BLED our country dry."

The Anti-Defamation League says,
The "blood libel" refers to a centuries-old false allegation that Jews murder Christians – especially Christian children – to use their blood for ritual purposes, such as an ingredient in the baking of Passover matzah (unleavened bread). It is also sometimes called the "ritual murder charge." The blood libel dates back to the Middle Ages and has persisted despite Jewish denials and official repudiations by the Catholic Church and many secular authorities. Blood libels have frequently led to mob violence and pogroms, and have occasionally led to the decimation of entire Jewish communities.
It started in Twelfth Century England and "persisted into modern times."
A blood libel even occurred in Massena, New York, in 1928. When a four-year-old girl went missing from her home, a rumor spread that local Jews had kidnapped and killed her. Crowds gathered outside Massena's police station, where the town's rabbi had been summoned. A state trooper questioned the rabbi, and asked him whether Jews offered human sacrifices or used blood in rituals. The girl was eventually found alive and unharmed.
And now, the FBI finds that Trump's allies, the Russians, have attempted to hack into our voter registration databases. 

Here are Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin appearing together on 60 Minutes:

Trump about Putin: "He was my stablemate" on 60 Minutes:

It all adds up to me, my educated guess allegation based on my intuition, my first-hand experience with paranoia, now in remission, and the facts cited above: Trump used Russia to steal the election. We have a right to an answer.

  1. I'm not an attorney, but would this amount to treason against the USA? If it did, to know my work well, as I've been telling my 140,000 page views blog readers (see upper left side here) and my nearly 7,000 Twitter follower, I'm as against the death penalty as much as I oppose coercive punishment run amok in all its forms, even to poor, forgivable, sorry, pathetic Donald Trump, should we ever find him guilty of treason.

I, for one, feel sorry for our brother, Donald Trump, because he's not in a happy state, so he needs to take his medicine, just like the rest of us should.

Of course, I could be as wrong as I could be right. But let's find out, please.

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