Washington DC (Storch Report) — According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Post Electoral Traumatic Stress Disorder (PETSD) is rampantly spreading among democrats in the United States and has now reached epidemic proportions.
The source of the disorder according to the CDC, is an unexpected loss in a general election which is then exponentially spread, in this case, by Democratic leaders in both the House and Senate.
The symptoms according to CDC, manifests itself in hissy fits, crying episodes, delusional behavior, tantrums, memory loss and the spreading of fake news.
Last night Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) who often believes she is a descendant of a native American Indian tribe, took to the Senate floor with the purpose of opposing and delaying the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general repeating a negative quotation by Correta Scott King, the late wife of Martin Luther King, of Sessions, and was silenced. She was silenced because Senate rules state that one senator cannot impute another.
A quarantine has now been imposed over all Democrats in the House and the Senate in order to stop the spread of the disorder.
Signs of PETSD surfaced during the Clinton-Trump presidential campaign when Hillary Clinton called Trump supporters, ‘deplorables and irredeemables.’
It further manifest itself when Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D. NY) broke down crying over President Trump’s executive order to keep America safe by temporarily banning refugees from certain countries because there was no way of properly vetting them.
And then at a press conference House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said, “While its only been a couple of weeks since the inauguration, we’ve seen nothing that I can work with President Bush on.”
In this incidence it was not clear whether she was talking about President George W. Bush of eight years ago or President George H. W. Bush of 24 years ago.
We know she was talking about President Donald J. Trump of two weeks ago.
And then there was Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) who is having trouble representing herself, least of all others, who thinks, “Russia was invading Korea.”
The CDC thinks PETSD can be controlled with counseling, medication and about four years of treatment.