Mental health establishment gives Doug Ford's hate talk a pass - 2019-08-26

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F0.png Mental health establishment gives Doug Ford's hate talk a pass August 26, 2019, David Reville, Now Magazine

Many of us who are mental health patients (although I prefer to call myself a mad activist) are surprised that Doug Ford would declare himself qualified to determine who is really mentally ill and who is not.

If you're wondering about your mental health, apparently the premier can help you. He's given up handing out his cellphone number, so you'll need to drop by the office to get your diagnosis.

In mid-July, after a patient in CAMH's forensic unit went out on a pass and didn't return, the premier was angry about it. He telephoned Newstalk Radio 1010 to vent. He called the man a "nutcase." He was criticized for using that language, but refused to apologize. For Ford, it's all irrelevant like the Canadian media, so much cheese falling off crackers.

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