SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A staff psychologist for The University of Notre Dame and rabid anti-Trump/anti-conservative activist, suggests healthcare should be prioritized based on political beliefs, suggesting he does not care if conservatives live or die. REAL News Michiana discovered the social media post along with several other extremist comments on Dr. Peter Barnes’ Facebook Page.
When hospitals start having to make the tough decisions about who receives life-saving care and who doesn’t because their resources are limited and they cannot treat everyone, the absolute LOWEST PRIORITY should be…
Anyone who has actively campaigned against proven public health measures, such as vaccines, masks, and social distancing, especially politicians and media pundits.
Adults who refuse to get vaccinated and/or mask.
Barnes, also appears to be one of the healthcare providers who signed a letter pushing for Penn Harris Madison Schools to implement mandatory masking this school year.
Mr. Barnes has a history of hateful political commentary against conservatives as well as extreme beliefs. Below he calls Trump supporters stupid, pushes climate alarmism and pushes for extreme gun control.
His posts also consistently bash former President Donald Trump. Below he blames the former president for Covid.
According to Barnes’ LinkedIn profile, he has been the Staff Psychologist at the University of Notre Dame for more than 14 years. Below is his staff bio from the university’s website.
Peter W. Barnes, Ph.D., HSPP
- Degree: University of Memphis, 2003, Counseling Psychology
- Additional Responsibilities/Designations: UCC Webmaster
- License/Certifications: Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP) #20042203A
- Professional Memberships: American Psychological Association (Division 51, Men & Masculinity); Association for Contextual Behavioral Science
- Clinical Interests and Areas of Expertise: Cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based therapies; depression; anxiety; stress management; men’s issues; multicultural issues; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues
- Theoretical Orientation: Primarily cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and mindfulness-based approaches, especially Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and integrating a variety of other theoretical elements as appropriate
- Personal Interests: Spending time with my wife, son, and daughter, bass guitarist for the Phineas Gage, LSU and New Orleans Saints football, traveling, movies, cooking (especially New Orleans cuisine), and reading
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