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Crazed Leftist Psychologist Causes Bomb Scare With Box of Horse Sh*t
Foraging through the medicine cabinet of any leftist, one might find a concoction of antipsychotics, Prozac, and a special type of Xanax meant to reduce side effects of Trigglypuff syndrome (see Rosie O’Donnell Continues Downward Sanity Spiral. Targets Paul Ryan… and WATCH: Democratic Lawmaker Has HILARIOUS, Crazy Meltdown. Over a Speeding Ticket!). Or in this case, maybe some horse manure on the top shelf. The strong stuff.
One leftist psychologist is giving his clients a completely ineffective method to express their feels. It's called the turd-tantrum.
It was one of those gag cards you can buy in a drugstore. “Merry Catsmess!” read the caption... Robby Strong had enclosed a box of horse manure.“To Stevie,” he wrote on the envelope, meaning Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, for whose doorstep the manure was bound.
Pause. In case WaPo's phrasing confused you, one can't enclose a box of manure in a Christmas card. Sorry to disappoint anyone out there with such plans. The crap was deftly wrapped in a cardboard box. Unpause.
“We’re returning the ‘gift’ of the Christmas tax bill. It’s bulls‑‑‑.” Strong wrote on the card. “Warmest Wishes, The American People.”
On Saturday, Strong hand-delivered the manure to two Los Angeles homes he believed belong to Mnuchin — one in Beverly Hills, and one a mansion in Bel Air that consequently got a visit from Secret Service agents and a bomb squad.
Strong works as a psychologist for Los Angeles County.
Funny. I always thought the government's overtaxation was a load of horse crap. Meanwhile this guy's launched a turdnado over tax cuts.
Sometimes psychologists are the real kooks. This particular psychologist needs a psychologist who needs a psychologist. But it gets more block-headed. He goes on to expose himself as a person in need of serious mental intervention.
“What I did, I would like to compare to what Jesus did when he went into the temple and overturned the tables of the money-changers, who were exploiting the people financially in the name of religion."
But Strong wasn’t arrested, and he subsequently compared himself to another man who ended up on the wrong side of the federal government: Martin Luther King Jr.
Sounds to me as if he should have been detained for his own safety. Something tells me this trollop probably hasn't even read the tax reform himself. Clearly he just believes he can earn virtue points by comparing himself to Jesus and Mr. King. Thank you, "self-esteem" movement.
Behold, this is the type of people who hate the new tax bill. That should tell you everything you need to know.