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    Cobbs Creek, VA

    Your Government: Now Paying Shrinks $3,000 For Every Veterans Gun They Confiscate

    Your Government: Now Paying Shrinks $3,000 For Every Veterans Gun They Confiscate
    An anonymous New York psychiatrist (Dr. X) who works for the VA has come forward to state that “things have been getting a little bit uneasy . . . for veterans.” That’s an understatement. We already know that New York State is going after veterans who have sought any kind of treatment for mental health. Dr. X reveals that, when veterans come to the VA for help, they’re often treated by ultra-liberal interns and residents who think of them as baby-killers; the VA actively seizes guns from any veterans treated for mental health issues, not matter how minor or stable the problem; veterans who refuse to give up their weapons are institutionalized; and psychiatrists get a $3,000 incentive whenever a veteran loses his guns.
    Almost all VA hospitals, says Dr. X are associated with teaching hospitals or medical schools. The VA recruits residents from those doctor pools, so that the residents got experience and the VA gets low-cost doctors. Too often the result is that extremely politically liberal interns and residents end up on the front line for treating veterans – and these young people view veterans with disgust and disdain as “baby=killers.” (One suspects that these same young people give are giving baby-murderer Kermit Gosnell a pass.)
    In addition to mean-spirited residents, the system’s professional psychiatrists get $3,000 bonuses if they can grab veterans’ guns. According to Dr. X, when a veteran first comes into the system, he’ll collect as much information about him (including information about gun ownership). In past years, if the veteran is basically well, just anxious or depressed, he gets treatment and some meds, and then comes back every three months for follow-up and prescription renewals.
    What’s been happening recently, though, is that the VA is pushing psychiatrists to seize guns. When doctors see a patient – even one who has been totally stable for years — the doctor says “I see on this progress note that you own fire arms.” If the patient says “yes,” Dr. X is required to ask the veteran to surrender his firearms. Veterans invariably refuse. When they do, the psychiatrist then summons the VA police to the room, saying “You’re going to surrender your firearms, or we’re going to involuntarily hospitalize you.” (Read this story, which corroborates what Dr. X is saying.)
    Please listen to this audio and confirm Dr. X’s hope that, in light of the outrage greeting the story of veterans who received gun confiscation letters from the VA, the time is ripe for this story to go viral – and for us to support our veterans. The current administration’s attacks on veterans are shameful and shameless. These attacks give the green light to local communities that refuse to let veterans fly American flags or to fly flags honoring other vets, and they make our legislators think that vets can be hustled off to prison for “getting out of line.” Our veterans gave to us; it’s time for us to give back to them. Contact your Congress person about this one.
    Listen to the full interview here.
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    This smells of BS to me!!!

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    Northeast Alabama
    Quote Originally Posted by Safebustr View Post
    This smells of BS to me!!!
    Your nose is working well. The VA Police? LOL!!!
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    Jul 2010
    Houston Metro Area, Texas
    If it were true the best thing is you could beat the snot out of the cops and doctor and claim flashback, thereby being able to continue to get free treatment. BS alert I am a vet and have never been ask any such question.

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