Yale Psych professor sues when they firing her after she tweeted that Trump supporters suffered ‘shared psychosis’ with Alan Dershowitz

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  • Dr Brandy Lee, a former faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry in School of Medicine, filed a complaint against the Yale Monday 
  • She claims that she was unlawfully terminated ‘due to her exercise of free speech’ after she said Donald Trump’s supporters suffered ‘shared psychosis’ 
  • Dr Lee has been a vocal critic of Trump over the years, notably sending a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2019  
  • She added that lawyer Alan Dershowitz, a member of Trump’s legal team, had ‘wholly taken on Trump’s symptoms by contagion’ 
  • Dershowitz wrote a letter of complaint to the university 
  • Dershoiwitz admitted to receiving massages at Epstein’s house but claimed he kept his underwear on…but “on what?”

UK Daily Mail: A former Yale professor is suing the university after she was allegedly fired for tweeting about a ‘shared psychosis’ that ‘just about all’ of former president Donald Trump supporters suffered from.

Dr Brandy Lee, a former faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry in School of Medicine, filed a complaint against the Yale Monday claiming that she was unlawfully terminated ‘due to her exercise of free speech about the dangers of Donald Trump’s presidency.’

Dr Lee has been a vocal critic of Trump over the years, notably sending a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2019 claiming that former President Trump was showing signs of delusion at his impeachment inquiry.

The former professor said in her complaint that Yale fired her for a January 2020 tweet where she described how ‘just about all’ of Trump’s supporters suffered from ‘shared psychosis.’

Dr Brandy Lee, a former faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry in School of Medicine, filed a complaint against the Yale Monday

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  1. There is a consensus among a decent sized segment of societies across the world, that US universities have a “shared psychosis” , and this is backed up with a sizable amount of evidence.
    Even amongst scholars or professors, if one brings a topic of health of academia, the near universal response is a lowering and shaking of the head in agreement. The system is broken.
    Yale, is an example. They have knowledge and information they do not allow public. The remedy is to go public. What prevents this, is elitism, and exceptionalism. If people only knew.

    • And of course she is correct,..but , you cannot fix a broken machine with a broken tool.
      Each one exposes the other. Honesty and integrity are not the first position goals of elite universities. The game of pretend is strong there.

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