Psychiatrists are licensed by individual states to practice in only the state(s) in which they hold active licensure. The way to eliminate psychiatry in the US is by successfully pressuring the respective licensing bodies to rescind and cease issuing licenses to those who present credentials (certification and psychiatric residency completion) in support of practicing psychiatry. Moreover, CMS must disenroll all psychiatrists and make them ineligible for reimbursement for any medical codes (ICD9, ICD10, DSM 5) which are psychiatric. The Joint Commission must be persuaded to establish practice standards which do not allow for the credentialing of psychiatrists, the involuntary treatment of patients (with the exceptions of people lacking capacity – dementias, medication induced alteration of consciousness, trauma and the like), and treatments which have an unacceptable harm/benefit ratio (ECT, antipsychotics, restraints, etc). This requires a very different care infrastructure, and it would require the de-medicalization of emotional distress interventions. However, a robust public health infrastructure which has the power and resources to positively impact the social determinants of health would go a long way into realizing this. As to Pies, Lieberman and the other lying liars who lie, do know that they are looked upon with disdain by physicians in general. Psychiatrists are known for their weak clinical skills, their failure to grasp diagnostic reasoning, and their passive-aggressive professional communication. They are known for their 9-5 hours, their do anything for a buck ethos and their affinity for serving as bought and paid for “expert witnesses” in the criminal justice system again preying on vulnerable patients. If any physician other than a psychiatrist practiced using the four pillars of psychiatry: deception, coercion, non science-based treatment and misdiagnosis, that physician would be stripped of licensure after losing a huge malpractice suit. That it continues to be TAU for psychiatry is criminal.