There are some individuals who are so consumed by an all-encompassing hatred for President Donald Trump that they allow their “Trump Derangement Syndrome” to have a negative impact on other aspects of their lives. . .
Case in point would be a doctor in Tennessee who was recently let go from Vanderbilt University Medical Center about halfway through his residency, a development he seems to blame on Trump, or rather his outspoken opposition to the president. . .
Gu had become somewhat internet-famous for his sharp criticism of Trump on social media, and he proudly listed himself as one of the Twitter trolls blocked by Trump who sued and won the legal challenge that asserted that being blocked by the president on Twitter constituted a violation of the First Amendment right to free speech. . .
But Vanderbilt University had quite a different story to tell when asked why Gu would not be completing his residency with them, and it had nothing to do with Trump and everything to do with his attitude and performance.
“Dr. Gu’s repeated assertions that he was disciplined, or that his residency program contract was not renewed, because of his political or social views are simply untrue,” VUMC spokesman John Howser explained in a statement emailed to The Hill. (Read more from “Doc Says He Was Fired for Attacking Trump, Hospital Replies: No You Just Suck” HERE)