Saturday, November 5, 2016

Is Hillary Clinton a Sociopath?

“In The Mask of Sanity, published in 1941, Hervey Cleckley distilled what he believed to be the 16 key behavioral characteristics that defined psychopathy. Most of these factors are still used today to diagnose sociopaths/psychopaths and others with antisocial disorders. (Psychopathy and sociopathy are terms with an intertwined clinical history, and they are now largely used interchangeably)”  

Is Hillary Clinton a sociopath?   A review of the 16 key behavioral characteristics listed below suggests that there is abundant and overwhelming evidence that Hillary Clinton is a clinically confirmed sociopath.

1.        Superficial charm and good intelligence
Yes, her entire personality is superficial – nothing there but avarice and ambition – the charm is forced, purely a means to her ends.  She possesses the sort of intelligence you see in an aseptic, anal retentive, personality – compulsive, good at memorizing, test-taking but not creative, original or insightful.
2.        Absence of delusions and other signs of irrational thinking
Yes. No delusions about her goal (power) and is “rational” in its
 pursuit, rational in the sense of doing whatever it takes to get it.        
3.        Absence of nervousness or neurotic manifestations
Yes.  Scripted, programmed, robotic, she never appears nervous because she is probably without nerves.
4.        Unreliability
Yes!  Benghazi, anyone?  But what difference does it make now?
5.        Untruthfulness and insincerity
Yes, thirty years and counting.  See:
6.        Lack of remorse and shame
Yes, no one yet has detected any.  Someone else is always to blame, utterly shameless. On the losing end of biggest election upset in American history, the defeat, she whines, is the fault of the Russians and James Comey.  The women her husband assaults she calls “sluts” and narcissistic loony tunes.” “’I am not gonna comment on what I did or did not say back in the late 90s,’ Clinton told ABC’s Diane Sawyer when asked if she uttered the quip.” ( 
7.        Inadequately motivated antisocial behavior
Yes, a “rageaholic,” abusive to underlings, aides and husband.
8.        Poor judgment and failure to learn by experience
Yes, thirty years in what she calls “public service” no accomplishments yet to show for it.  See her response to Tom Friedman’s question about accomplishments.
9.        Pathologic egocentricity and incapacity for love
Yes, Bill will confirm.
10. General poverty in major affective reactions
Yes, her Secret Service details will confirm.
“Good morning, ma’am,” a member of the uniformed Secret Service once greeted Hillary Clinton. “F— off,” she replied. That exchange is one among many that active and retired Secret Service agents shared with Ronald Kessler, author of “First Family Detail,” a compelling look at the intrepid personnel who shield America’s presidents and their families — and those whom they guard."
11. Specific loss of insight
Yes, has never displayed significant insight --of late even less able to offer any original thinking or deep analytic powers.
12. Unresponsiveness in general interpersonal relations
No, but with qualifications.  She is a chameleon and all interpersonal action amounts to manipulation; unable to take responsibility for her actions.
13. Fantastic and uninviting behavior with alcohol and sometimes without
Uncertain, there are many rumors to the affirmative. 
I think you should call her and sober her up some,” read the WikiLeaks email, sent by campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri to Podesta on Aug. 8 of last year.
14. Suicide threats rarely carried out
No, not that we know.
15. Sex life impersonal, trivial, and poorly integrated
Uncertain, but very likely yes.  Appears to be largely asexual.
16. Failure to follow any life plan
No, she is a megalomaniac. From day one she has wanted run everyone's life and used who she could to do it.

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