Wayne Madsen Reports Obama Depressed & Schizophrenic - October 2010
Meltdown of Team Obama. 2010. White House in Crisis
Madsen referred to "the involuntary sudden departures of the White House chief of staff and national security adviser..."
"WMR has previously reported on Obama’s bi-sexuality, his activities with gay members of Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ and an uptown Chicago bath house, in addition to his current controversial relationship with his personal trainer, Reggie Love, and a past short relationship with Larry Sinclair."
For Obama’s membership in a Chicago gay man’s club, go HERE.
For Obama’s relationship with Reggie Love, go HERE.
For Obama’s sex-cocaine romps with Larry Sinclair, go HERE
Richard Nixon had four years "on the couch", according to Fawn Brodie, professor of history at the University of California.
Nixon was treated by a woman psychiatrist in New York.
Nixon had black spells of depression.
San Diego Union publisher James Copley wrote of Nixon: 'it looked almost like he was mad or disturbed.'
Nixon was also a fairly frequent visitor to Dr Arnold Hutschnecker, who provided psychotherapy.
Nixon's health improved when he was with the love of his life, Bebe Rebozo.
Rebozo had the run of the White House.
An airline steward who once worked with Rebozo claimed to have had a long sexual relationship with him.
Rebozo was "a member of Miami's homosexual community."
Nixon and Rebozo were seen on more than one occasion holding hands.
(Source: Anthony Summers: The Arrogance of Power.)
Abraham Lincoln suffered from severe depression.
He was treated by a Dr. Henry.
Lincoln's wife was committed to an asylum in 1875.
"The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln", By C. A. Tripp, edited by Lewis Gannett, refers to Lincoln's sexual interest in males.
Trip argues that Lincoln's relationships with women were not deep.
In 1831, when he was 22, Lincoln moved to New Salem, Illinois, and met Billy Greene.
Greene said of Lincoln's body: ''His thighs were as perfect as a human being could be.''
When Lincoln moved to Springfield, Illinois, he became close friends with Joshua Speed, a young store owner.
Lincoln and Speed shared a double bed in Speed's store for four years.
Some of Lincoln's letters to Speed are signed ''Yours forever.''
Lincoln wrote: ''I knew she was oversize, but now she appeared a fair match for Falstaff.''
In 1842, Lincoln married Mary Todd and they had 4 children. Tripp suggests Mary had a psychopathic personality.
When Lincoln became president, he met Col. Elmer Ellsworth described by Lincoln as ''the greatest little man I ever met.''
Lincoln brought Ellsworth into his Springfield lawoffice and then made him part of his presidential campaign.
In 1862-3, Capt. David Derickson was one of Lincoln's bodyguards in DC.
In 1990, the American Historical Association presented a panel on "Gay American Presidents? — Washington, Buchanan, Lincoln..."
aangirfan: BOYS TOWN AND THE POPE
Lyndon Johnson was close to Walter Jenkins, who served as his closest aide from 1939 until 1964.
Jenkins resigned in 1964 when he was caught with a young man in a YMCA bathroom.
In 1953, Eisenhower signed Executive Order 10450, which classified gays and lesbians as potential national security threats and banned them from working for the government."
"Historians say he always seemed to value his bonds with men more than his wife."
Washington had no children.
Does he look gay?
14. JAMES BUCHANAN
Buchanan lived with a man, William Rufus King from Alabama, for years.
In the USA, the Library of Congress is the research arm of Congress.
Henry Oliver Walker (1843–1929) was an American painter.
His works include a series of paintings honouring various poets for the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Adonis by Henry Oliver Walker - Library of Congress
Reportedly (Congressional Sex Scandals in History):
In 1973, Rep. Gerry Studds (D-Mass.) had sexual relationships with a teenage congressional page. Studds acknowledged he was gay.
In 1978, Rep. Fred Richmond (D-N.Y.) was arrested in Washington for soliciting sex from a 16-year-old boy.
In 1980, Rep. Jon Hinson (R-Miss.) announced that in 1976 he had been accused of committing an obscene act at a gay haunt in Virginia.
In 1980, Rep. Robert Bauman (R-Md.), a leading "pro-family" conservative, pleaded innocent to a charge that he committed oral sodomy on a teenage boy in Washington.
Rep. Barney Frank, Massachusetts Democrat, hired a male prostitute who ran a prostitution service from Frank’s residence in the 1980s.
Chapter -XXI- Omaha (Bush book: Chapter -21- ):
"On the morning of June 29, 1989, pandemonium erupted in the corridors of power in the nation's capital. Homosexual Prostitution Probe Ensnares Official of Bush, Reagan, screamed the front-page headline of the Washington Times with the kicker Call Boys Took Midnight Tour of White House.
"The Times reported, 'A homosexual prostitution ring is under investigation by federal and District authorities and includes among its clients key officials of the Reagan and Bush administrations, military officers, congressional aides and U.S. and foreign businessmen with close ties to Washington's political elite'....
"Rumors circulated that a list existed of some 200 Washington prominents who had used the call boy service."