A Speculative Opinion on President Trump’s Mysterious Trip to the Hospital on Saturday

by Charles S. Oaxpatu

Walter Reed

Only the patient and his doctors know the real reason President Donald J. Trump took a sudden, mysterious visit to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center on Saturday, November 16, 2019. The White House communications staff claimed the purpose of his visit was to complete a portion of his annual physical. Considering the huge raft of lies that floats out of the White House every week, I hope you will excuse me for not believing them. However, I do have some personal speculations about Trump’s hospital visit.

I suspect it was a quiet, low-key, no-ambulance, no-sirens trip to the emergency room. Numerous people, including clinical psychologists and psychiatrists, have opined that President Trump is emotionally unstable and suffers from one or more untreated mental health disorders—including a particularly bad case of compulsive narcissism. Given his recent, cold-hearted, death-does-not-matter treatment of our Kurdish allies in Syria, his obvious racism, and his well-known disdain for foreign migrants, one could easily argue that President Trump is a bonafide sociopath. You can get a quick tutorial on narcissists, sociopaths, and psychopaths by clicking on the safe video links below. Please take a close look at the video clips, and then scroll down to read more of the text in this blog article.

What is my personal speculation on the cause of President Trump’s recent hospital visit? I suspect the cause of his visit was the current Impeachment Inquiry. Trump and his narcissistic personality may feel trapped like a wild animal in the corner of a room—surrounded by hungry wolves—like the wolves named Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff.

Most of the 10 things that terrify narcissists in the above video clip may have overwhelmed President Trump and may have evoked an enormous amount of personal terror, anger, and stress concerning impeachment—so much anger, terror, and stress that the so-called Anointed One of the Lord no longer has a safe psychological place inside his brain large enough to effectively store, manage, and process it. Consequently, his overwhelming unconscious, narcissistic sense of personal inadequacy; his constant negative public exposure, and his incessant rage have left Trump’s brain cells and are now expressing themselves as difficult physical symptoms. Such symptoms might include a constantly upset digestive tract (hesrtburn, stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea), spikes in stress-related blood pressure readings, powerful headaches, limbs that shake or shiver from intense anxiety, a dangerously high heart rate (~ 150 bpm), dizziness and disorientation, and on-creeping symptoms of clinical depression (in his case from anger too overwhelming to process—and Trump has made the classic psychological mistake of turning all that anger inward like a weapon against his unconsciously fragile self).

I would further guess that President Trump is now taking medications to calm his nerves and alleviate his physical symptoms. These medications may help him some, but unfortunately, I suspect his acute physical symptoms are going to get worse before they get better because the Impeachment Inquiry will continue at a fast pace and will be relentless until a final vote on impeachment is held of the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Well folks, if someone put a gun to my head and forced me to speculate on the reasons for President Trump’s mysterious hospital visit, those stated above would be my best speculations on the matter.

What do you think or feel about President Trump’s mysterious hospital visit? Comments are open.

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