Even if you go in for a physical ailment, they will probably send you to psychiatry because none of the doctors want to be responsible for dispensing pain medication.
The VA psychiatrist also suggested the best thing a veteran can do is not deal with the VA but instead go to another doctor.
However, missing a psychiatric appointment can land a veteran a visit from the VA police and local police (they call it a “wellness check”) complete with an interrogation regarding his missed doctor’s appointment.
Earlier this year, Infowars reported on a Navy Veteran in Connecticut, whose guns were confiscated after a doctor called police to give him a “wellness check.”
According to the psychiatrist, the best suggestion for a veteran dealing with a VA hospital is to comply by saying that you already have a private psychiatrist in mind.
It was also revealed this year that several veterans received letters from the VA stating, “A determination of incompetency will prohibit you from purchasing, possessing, receiving, or transporting a firearm or ammunition.”
Gun confiscation is now happening nationally through the VA, so be ready for the next phase of citizens gun confiscation to be carried out under the guise of the Obama administration’s Affordable Healthcare Act.