Lawyers shouldn't analyze legal matters from afar. Mental health professionals (and lawyers, who in this matter are mere laypeople) shouldn't diagnose mental health issues from news accounts, either.
Correct. He is a malignant narcissist, narcissistic sociopath, and a psychopath. https://t.co/1mbSIUficS— George Conway🌻 (@gtconway3d) June 29, 2022
No evidence has come up that he was psychotic (ie deluded, thought disordered (any more than he often appears) or hallucinating) on Jan 6th. He appeared to be acting out of narcissistic rage as he was not getting what he wanted and expected— Steven Adlard (@steven_adlard) June 29, 2022
This mental health professional agrees.— Travelgirl123 (@Travelgirl1231) June 29, 2022
If you go to a medical professional for a second opinion, you expect an examination and a diagnosis, not just a: "Well, I read about it in the news, and I don't think you're getting the right treatment at all!"
As a MH professional, that’s true but his behavior was organized and goal directed. My opinion, he’s a clinical psychopath. Most notable is the delight he takes in violence and in the infliction of pain and suffering on others.— Lastboomer (@minkgraver1) June 29, 2022
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