via IW: A former NSA intelligence analyst has claimed that a senior European diplomat told him that the entire government of a European country considers president Obama to be literally mentally unwell.
John Schindler, a security expert and whistleblower who now writes for The Daily Beast, has claimed that a senior EU official from an undisclosed country also inquired about impeachment proceedings, saying that the nation believes Obama is not fit for office.
Schindler tweeted out the revelation Monday:
Had a senior EU diplomat, old friend, ask me today, “How does your impeachment work? My government believes Obama is quite mentally unwell.”
— John Schindler (@20committee) October 12, 2015
The wording indicates that the opinion is not that of a single person, but rather the whole government of whichever European country the diplomat is from.
The following countries make up the European Union:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
According to Schindler’s source, one of the governments of those nations considers Obama to be mentally unstable.
Schindler is a former U.S. Naval War College lecturer and is known to have many high level military and government contacts.
The revelation prompted a splurge of activity on social media:
@20committee “All these mass shootings are terrible, we need more gun control!” *drops 50 tons of ammunition in Syria*
— Marcel (@Nintex_nl) October 12, 2015
— TruthNotAgenda (@thomasa56) October 13, 2015
— The Brick Layer (@PolicyLord) October 13, 2015
@20committee if he wasn’t “historic” he would have been impeached by now.
— CapCube NYC (@CapCube) October 12, 2015
@20committee tell him we have the 25th amendment for that
— mark safranski (@zenpundit) October 12, 2015
— Vincent Ardolino (@socalcctv) October 12, 2015
— Lou Hobbs ن (@louhobbspodcast) October 14, 2015