Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Everyone has heard rumors that if you bash Obama on Facebook enough, his government will eventually show up to arrest you. It turns out these rumors are very true…

In the last few years, Obama’s government has stepped up their efforts to “silence” dissidents, especially those who come from a military background. According to Consciously Enlightened, one particularly disturbing mental health label being given to veterans who are against Obama is “oppositional defiance disorder” (ODD). Journalist Anthony Martin recently explained what exactly an ODD diagnosis means:

“denotes that the person exhibits ‘symptoms’ such as the questioning of authority, the refusal to follow directions, stubbornness, the unwillingness to go along with the crowd, and the practice of disobeying or ignoring orders. Persons may also receive such a label if they are considered free thinkers, nonconformists, or individuals who are suspicious of large, centralized government… At one time the accepted protocol among mental health professionals was to reserve the diagnosis of oppositional defiance disorder for children or adolescents who exhibited uncontrollable defiance toward their parents and teachers.”

A 26 year-old decorated Marine named Brandon Raub recently found out just how real the government’s fight against veterans really is. After bashing Obama on Facebook, Raub was arrested without warning and interrogated about his views on our government for hours. He was then labelled mentally ill for believing conservative “conspiracy theories” and, against his will, was detained in a psych ward, where he was kept isolated from his friends, family, and attorneys.

Find out more about Raub’s story in the video below.

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