O-O, Omarosa! Your covert narcissist/sociopath slip is showing!

Former VP Al Gore’s office couldn’t wait to get rid of Omarosa; administrator said, “She was the worst hire we ever made.”

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8/19/18 – There was a great article this week by ‘That Conservative Girl‘ posted on madworldnews.com on August 15th. It made me think of a few things.

I looked up a video I recalled of an interview with Dr. Ramani Durvasula explaining narcissists, psychopaths and sociopaths. (view the interview below) We could use a refresher on this behavior and Ms. O provides a perfect opportunity.

“All psychopath’s are narcissists, but not all narcissists are psychopaths. A narcissist is somebody who lacks empathy, is grandiose, is entitled, is constantly seeking validation, is arrogant. It is a disorder of self-esteem; they have trouble regulating their self-esteem. When a narcissist does a bad thing, they feel a fair amount [meaning a little bit] of guilt and shame. But a psychopath is different animal,” says Dr. Durvasula.

“A psychopath is all of those things except no guilt, no shame. They don’t feel remorse when they do something bad. They have glib, shallow charm. They tend to be really intelligent; that’s why they get away with stuff.”

Dr. Durvasula differentiates between the psychopath and the sociopath because they look the same, “Here’s the key difference: the psychopath is born, the sociopath is made.”

Sound like anyone we know? Hmmm. Ms. O may have uncloaked herself because she just can’t help it. She’s just being who she is. And, who she is, is a person who has no business anywhere near a position of authority or in government…or most certainly ministry. That whole lack of empathy thing and the inability to take responsibility for her own behavior is a “uge” problem, to use The Donald’s vernacular.

Licensed counselor, Evening Ransom (video below) puts it like this, “The covert narcissists (she believes are synonymous with psychopaths) plan, they know what they’re doing. They’re trying very much to get into your psyche…they’re playing to what you want, they’ll play to who you want, what you’re looking for and what you value.”

When you confront a sociopath with what they did she explains, “They’ll be very smart about coming up with an answer. They’ll come up with whatever answer they think you’re looking for. They’ll come up with…even real tears.”

Regarding sociopaths she says, “The thing that I have found is that the most telling thing to look for is not the cruelty: it is the pity. One of the first things they’ll do is try to get you to feel sorry for them…wanting you to feel sorry for him, like he’s been a victim, he’s the one who was disadvantaged.”

Ransom said that, when caught or confronted, sociopaths can grasp at straws with tears in their eyes. She recounts how her ex-husband did this when they were in a therapists office as he tearfully attributed to her behavior that he himself had done, so convincingly, in fact, that Ransom was worried he was having a breakdown.

Remember the episode on The Apprentice when O got that little knock on the head? Oh, the drama, the excuses and the plea for empathy!

In the first season Omarosa got fired. This was the reason as stated on the show outline on Wikipedia:

Heidi butted heads with Omarosa when Omarosa said she was hungry and then demanded they have a sit-down lunch, while Heidi wanted to get take-out sandwiches and eat the food while they were working. Omarosa once again claimed her head was badly injured, and Heidi lost her patience and used expletives while screaming how sick she was of dealing with Omarosa.

Omarosa breaks down after a highly emotional boardroom because of her alleged “concussion”.

Midway through Trump’s discussion with Carolyn and George, Omarosa walks in and complains. This marks the first time a candidate has interrupted Trump and his viceroys midway through a discussion. When she heads out to dry her teary eyes, Heidi remains at the table and makes a sarcastic expression that leads to a sardonic grin from Trump.

Fired: Omarosa Stallworth – for making too many excuses for herself, being difficult to work with, inability to take responsibility for her failures, and not delivering on her promises. While this was the second time Kwame had led his team to a crushing defeat, and Trump noted that Heidi was driving people “a little nuts”, Trump considered Omarosa too much of a loose cannon to be given any more chances. [emphasis mine]

And, now, Ms. O claims she “was treated poorly in the Trump White House.” A self-serving, conniving, sociopath/psychopath, back-stabbing, entitled, loafer, who literally turns nearly everyone she meets into an enemy (ask the Haitians), was “treated poorly.” Wow, that cloak is wearing thin.

The Daily Caller wrote:

Despite Manigault’s complaints that she was treated poorly in the Trump White House during her tenure as one of the highest paid staffers there, former “numerous” staffers for Vice President Al Gore’s office told The New York Times last year that she was a terrible employee for the then-vice president.

People Magazine reported in 2004 that she held four jobs within two years when she worked for the Clinton administration.

At 24 years of age, she scored an entry-level, $25,000-per-year post replying to invitations for the vice president. According to The Times, she left a mound of 13 months-worth of unanswered correspondence addressed to Gore below her desk.

People Magazine reported a former staffer said, “she didn’t do her job, and it got everybody in trouble.”

She was the worst hire we ever made,” Mary Margaret Overbey, Gore’s former office administrator told The Times.

Manigault was then moved to the Clinton White House to the position of deputy associate director of presidential personnel. She only lasted eight months in that job until she was transferred out of the White House all together to the Commerce Department.

There, Cheryl Shavers, who served as the Department’s undersecretary for technology, described Manigault to The Times as “unqualified and disruptive,” so she “had her removed.” Savers also told People Magazine in 2004 that “One woman wanted to slug her.”

Additionally, Omarosa reportedly embellished her job titles, tasks, and work performance on her resume in different posts and sources repeatedly disputed to The Times her claims, including a Howard University spokesman who said she was, in fact, a “facilitator and presenter” and never a professor at the school.

PEOPLE magazine’s article in 2004 titled, Omarosa’s Long History of Being Fired, sums up it’s contents.

The former political appointee — who spoke glowingly of her White House days — was banished from four jobs in two years with the Clinton administration.

At her last [position], “she was asked to leave as quickly as possible, she was so disruptive,” says Cheryl Shavers, the former Under Secretary for Technology at the Commerce Department, where Omarosa worked several weeks in 2000. “One woman wanted to slug her.”

Manigault-Stallworth, 30, was also bounced from a previous position at Commerce, says another former administration official, “because she couldn’t get along with people.”

During the Q&A with the audience at a March 19 Washington, D.C., panel discussion on “Wearing the Pants: A Woman’s Experience in a Man’s World,” PEOPLE asked Manigault-Stallworth about the challenges she’s faced as a woman in her own career.

“I have done logistics and advance and event planning for the White House under the Gore staff. … At 23, I got appointed to the White House. That was not a place to learn how to be a young professional. That’s a very difficult environment, because they don’t believe in training. They just kind of throw you in the fire,” Omarosa told the audience.

But Omarosa did not do any logistics or advance work for the Vice President, the former Gore staffer, who asked to remain anonymous, tells PEOPLE. “Her exact title was scheduling correspondent. Her job was to respond to invitations,” says the former staffer. [emphasis mine]

[Yes, all those invitations mentioned above to which she did not respond. Her job was to respond to invitations and she shoved them in a box under her desk…13 months worth.]

Manigault-Stallworth, who claims she’s inundated with new job offers, said recently, “I’m a moving target. As soon as they think they’ve figured Omarosa out, I’ve already moved on to a whole different industry.” [emphasis mine]

She said this as if it was a good thing or an enviable thing but she doesn’t seem to realize it’s actually a significant red flag. I think that could possibly be called avoidance, or where I’m from the neighborhood term was shuckin’-n’-jivin’.

Over the past two weeks, O looked into the eyes of the interviewers on multiple news shows during her “book tour”, so called, and was rude, entitled, filled with enough arrogance to blow the windows out of the building, and rambled nonsense.

Another person who claims to be a Christian with horrible behavior. Just what the Christian community needs. {Sigh}

It has crossed my mind, just wondering, if that’s why she was given a book and a book tour in the first place, to be used as evidence for the globalist’s agenda, seeding a message via their social engineering, “We need to get rid of these pesky, lying, twisted Christians.” Someone with that goal certainly knew they could wind her up and watch her go. Anyone with any discernment at all knew she was like this, which also has left me wondering since the fateful day she was hired, why President Trump ever allowed her to have any position whatsoever. This was a clearly foreseen outcome in my book.

According to Wikipedia:

On The Oprah Winfrey Show, Omarosa accused fellow Apprentice participant Ereka Vetrini of calling her the “n-word“, a claim Vetrini has denied.[17] Shortly after that appearance, Omarosa failed to show up for a scheduled appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show after she reportedly objected upon seeing a polygraph machine. [emphasis mine]

And now she’s accusing president Trump of the same thing.

Sociopaths or psychopaths make good serial killers and corporate hit men because of their lack of remorse. With all the knives in people’s backs, I wonder if that can be counted as evidence?

Dr. Ramani Durvasula says, “They have a tendency to lie, cheat, steal, and they tend to have very inconsistent work histories because they’re not able to hold a job.”

Kyle Kittleson, who interviewed Dr. Durvasula (in the video below), posed the question regarding dating one of these people, “Is there any coping or do you just have to get out?

She replied, “You’re in trouble. It could actually be dangerous. In fact, even with the narcissistic piece, I’ve done research and work in the area of domestic violence and what’s called intimate partner violence. Most people who perpetrate domestic violence are either narcissistic or psychopathic. There is a danger there.”

She made another statement that really sends a chill up my spine, “Psychopaths are great salesmen. Psychopaths, sociopaths, and narcissists make great chameleons. They’re able to change the situation to get what they want. They view the world as an instrument to fulfill their desires.”

She continues, “They’re going to often discard a partner when they don’t have much use for them, or expect them to have a very specific role. So, [he] may have married her and she may have had their kids, now she’s going to have to put up with [his] affairs because [he] wants something else. And too bad if you don’t like it, ‘This is the new world order and I will destroy you in court.'”

It is noteworthy that Wiki states Omoarosa’s father was murdered when she was seven years old, which could certainly spin your life into a different place, and that her older brother was also murdered in 2011.

I do not presume I am able to make any sort of psychological diagnosis on Ms. O. Like many others in this country, however, I am able to simply observe that there seem to be some pretty striking similarities to the behaviors of covert narcissists/psychopaths/sociopaths and Omarosa’s own displays.

It is unfortunate that in spite of being given so many opportunities she was never able to get her behavior under control. This one fact alone really suggests a serious problem here. People with these disorders tend to insist there’s nothing wrong with them, blame everyone around them, and refuse all opportunities of therapy.

Dr. Durvasula said that these people rarely consent to therapy unless it’s by court order.

In fact, that is listed as one of the questions to ask people you may suspect have this disorder, “What’s the one thing about yourself you think needs some work, an area you could improve?” They’ll either be very confused by the question or get angry.

She seriously needs to get into some counseling…not with some pastor somewhere, but with a very experienced psychologist who will not hesitate to speak the truth, who won’t be dazzled by the years of studies and degrees, and make whatever diagnosis necessary based on the facts. But that is exactly what those with these disorders won’t tolerate.

She is married to Senior Pastor, Dr. John Newman of Mt. Calvary Church in Jacksonville, Florida. The introductory video says it is “a place where we deal with real issues.” Sadly, clearly, that can’t be the case when the senior pastor’s wife is out of control and has been for a very long time. The very last place she should have any position is in a church where the most vulnerable, hurting, traumatized and broken people come for healing salve. She could do incomprehensible damage in such an environment where she is given a position of authority. I’ve experienced it myself and I’ve worked with clients who’ve experienced that damage as well.

I am praying for her right now. I’m praying that God will send her whatever help is necessary, whatever motivation is necessary to get her into counseling before something truly awful happens (assuming that hasn’t happened yet). I’ve watched people like this self-destruct; I hope that is not the case for her. But every person who enables these people shares in the blame for all of the collateral damage. It seems to me she needs to be approached in gentleness and love by those in authority over her to get her into counseling, and if she doesn’t receive it, by a professionally coordinated intervention. If not this could go very badly, not just for herself but for others as well.











Interview with Dr. Ramani Durvasula; 12 minutes:


The Evening Ransom description; 11 minutes: