Letter to Obama. Includes Whistleblowing Activity and Diagnosis of Trump.
Important message: Time is of the essence. Whistleblower. Unknowingly infiltrated in 2 government agencies (education system and mental health) and Verizon Wireless. Evidence can be found on my LinkedIn page. Please help before it is too late. Trump cannot take the presidency.
Please excuse any typos or grammatical errors as I didn't realize until yesterday that you were the one to whom I needed to reach out. I'm ahead of most, yet slow sometimes when the answers are right in front of me. I have been barking up the wrong trees and have wasted valuable time. Good thing I work best under pressure. 😉
Modified on 1/20/17: Looks like I didn't reach you on time. Though I didn't really expect to stop the inevitable in a day. ;-) One could only hope for that kind of miracle and at least I know I tried my very best. Let's just hope the letter that was delivered to the White House on Thursday doesn't end up in the wrong hands. Oh well, it is what it is. The good news is that what is done can always be undone with the right momentum behind it.
Hi President Obama,
I hope this message finds you well. First I want to say thank you for your service to the people. You have done an outstanding job, especially given the state of chaos we are in currently. I would have screamed my head off at all the corruption, abuse and mistreatment taking place in our society. You and Michelle handled yourselves with such grace and poise. Honestly, I'm not sure how you did it. Anyway, I have very critical information that can help prevent what is getting ready to happen with regard to Trump taking office. I am a former school psychologist and worked for the government for 10 years and am a very influential soul healer/spiritual leader (more on that later). I do not watch the news so it took me until this moment to realize that Trump exhibits many characteristics of Antisocial Personality Disorder (APD) aka Sociopath. I did my master's thesis on the topic and unfortunately have had the experience of dealing with a sister who suffers from this disorder. I had to completely disconnect from her as I was the target of her incessant lies, abuse, and manipulation. APD is difficult to diagnose due to the fact the individual is typically very charming and persuasive and they do not generally admit they have a problem so they do not accept responsibility for their behavior and blame others for their mistakes. Unfortunately, there is very little t