Right there on national television, this was a pretty spectacular lie.
Prior to the rally, Trump paid tribute to Jackson and laid a wreath at his tomb.
And this time, at one point ABC’s Dan Harris asked her a very straightforward question, and her reply was stunning: Harris: Scientology has described psychiatry as an “industry of death.” Why is that? But what Scientology has worked hard against are abusive practices of psychiatry. Harris: You say, “not psychiatry in general,” but an “industry of death” sounds pretty general.
Yingling: Well because unfortunately there have been a lot of abuses, and psychiatry has caused a lot of deaths.
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