WHITEWASHING, DC --- In an astounding speech, President Barack Obama demonstrated to the world that he is, indeed, "delusional," as mental health experts have privately suspected for half a decade.
Referring to such matters as the Benghazi fiasco, the IRS' targeting of conservative groups, the administration's spying on both U. S. citizens and European allies, the Department of Injustice's ignoring the intimidation of white voters by baton-wielding members of the Blank Panthers while persecuting George Zimmerman even after Zimmerman's acquittal of murder charges for defending himself against the black man who sought to kill him in his own neighborhood, the FBI's wiretapping of the Associated Press and Fox News, and his own race baiting and racist attacks upon political adversaries as "phony scandals," the president was met with an uncomfortable silence and shifty gazes among his audience, which consisted mostly of members of his own far-left base, or "loons," as Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly refers to them. Meanwhile, the president's approval ratings continue to plummet.
"The president seems to think he was elected king, rather than president," Dr. Hugh Mann said.
This is not the first time that Obama's judgment has come under scrutiny by mental health professionals, Mann divulged. "We've been keeping a close eye on him ever since he slandered Sgt. James Crowley, calling him a racist cop because he dared to arrest a black professor, Louis Gates, Jr. Obama has since twice interjected himself into the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin affair, once implying that he is Trayvon's father and then suggesting that he himself, as a young man of his late son's age, might have committed similar crimes against people of racially mixed parentage."
Obama said that, "If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon," suggesting that he has had an extramarital affair which produced Trayvon as his illegitimate son. Obama later said that Trayvon might have been Obama himself "thirty-five years ago" implying that, at Trayvon's age, he might also have assaulted mixed-race men.
Psychiatrists attribute the president's delusions to his past use of drugs, including cocaine. "He's a crackhead," Mann said, "and, unfortunately, his brain is also cracked as a result of his heavy drug use when he was his late son's age."
Obama's "fragile mental state" is also discernible, Mann said, "in his tweeting the basketball player Jason Collins after Collins outed himself as homosexual: 'we've got your backside,' the president assured Collins. Many Americans found the tweet not only grammatically incorrect but insensitive to mainstream American values."
Some of the president's bizarre actions have had no injurious effect upon others, but, more and more, his delusional thoughts and the behavior associated with them have harmed Americans and their allies. His delusional belief that the Benghazi incident was inspired by a YouTube video, for example, rather than by a planned assault against the U. S. embassy, resulted in the deaths of American ambassador Stevens and three Marines.
Likewise, U. S. spying on European allies has opened an rift in U. S.-foreign relations that is unlikely to heal anytime soon, and Obamacare is likely to bankrupt states and individual citizens alike,
In addition, the number of Americans on welfare or receiving food stamps has mushroomed, suggesting a widespread, long-term progression of poverty among many, mostly African-American citizens. Critics contend that Obama's delusional policies have impoverished generations of Americans, many of them persons of color.
With his approval ratings hovering around 40 percent and plummeting daily, the president seems oblivious of the American people's evaluation of his job performance and indifferent to his own political legacy. Clearly, Mann said, "the president is delusional."
"We get the government we deserve," the psychiatrist suggested, "and this is what a nation who elects a self-confessed crackhead deserves."