A women in Florida reportedly stabbed herself three times in the stomach because she doesn’t want to live in “Trump country.”
She is alive and recovering.
Below is a partial copy of the police report.
Newsweek reported that a Florida woman was taken to a local hospital on Sunday after she allegedly stabbed herself three times with a kitchen knife, telling police that she did so because she was “tired of living in Trump country.”
According to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun, officers with the Palmetto Police Department responded to a call about the woman, though it was unclear if she or someone else contacted the police.
At the time, the officers found the woman outside her home with her face, head and legs with blood on them. When an officer asked the woman what happened, she lifted up her shirt to reveal three stab wounds on her abdomen that were still bleeding.
The woman, who has not been named, admitted to the officers that she had stabbed herself because she was “tired of living in Trump country” and was tired of President Donald Trump being in office.
Many psychologists believe that “Trump Derangement Syndrome” is a real affliction that many liberals are suffering from.
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A Florida woman told police that she stabbed herself in the stomach with a kitchen knife because, “I’m tired of living in Trump’s country, I’m tired of Trump being president.”
Cops found the 46-year-old woman standing outside her residence in Palmetto Sunday, according to a police report. She had blood all over her legs, hands, and face, a cop noted.
When asked what was wrong, the woman lifted her shirt to reveal “three stab wounds on [her] stomach that were still bleeding.” She then told the patrolman she had “stabbed herself because she does not want to live in Trump’s country.”
The woman was subsequently transported by EMS workers to a local hospital “under trauma alert.”
After evaluating the woman, a cop concluded that there was a “substantial likelihood” that she “will cause bodily harm to herself and/or others.” As a result, the officer appears to have recommended that the woman be involuntarily admitted to a mental health treatment facility (per the state’s Baker Act).
The report states that the woman said she “has been Baker Acted before and has attempted to hurt herself in the past.”