On Oct. 22, 2019, the Taters Gonna Tate website published an article positing that U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been deemed “mentally ill” by the psychiatric community:
Psychiatric Community Agrees:’Pelosi Is Mentally Ill’
The Association of Psychiatric Evaluation recently put together a group of 50 psychiatrists of great credential for a project. The group was assembled to evaluate the mental health of Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, using observation of her mannerisms, body language, and speech patterns…
… What they found was startling, though not entirely unexpected. The decision of 89% was that Pelosi suffers from a classic ‘God complex’, a condition resulting from narcissism and minor league sociopathy.
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