Former Obama, Trump WH doctor says it's 'malpractice' to let Biden seek re-election

 June 5, 2023

Dr. Ronny Jackson, who was the White House doctor for former Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump and is now a Texas GOP House member, said Friday on "Hannity" that it was "malpractice" on the part of the White House and West Wing to allow President Joe Biden to seek re-election because of his declining physical and mental health.

"I don't wanna sound like a broken record, but I'm just going to say it again: This man's not fit mentally or physically to be our president, and it's a bad situation for us," Jackson began. "Part of the job of the President of the United States is to inspire confidence and project power, and he's not doing that. He can't do that, he's too old to do that, and I think it's a shame."

Jackson was reacting to Biden's fall at the Air Force Academy graduation, but has raised similar concerns since Biden's campaign in 2020.

"I think his lack of physical ability and his physical decline is now starting to highlight the cognitive decline that we've been watching for so long now," Jackson said. "It's a package that just doesn't sell around the world, and it's becoming a national security issue for us. We have to do something about it."

"Somebody needs to be held accountable"

Jackson said he doesn't think Biden is even fit to be president now, and certainly won't be in another two years. He faulted Jill Biden for "allowing" her husband to keep running.

"To think that this man thinks he can be president at the age of 86 when he's 80 right now [and] could be in office for another six years is just malpractice on part of the White House in the West Wing to allow this to be happening, for him to even be talking about running for another term," he continued. "Somebody needs to be held accountable. People like Jill Biden and people that surround him and are supposed to love him and care about him, they should be doing something about this, and they should be stopping this because it's a shame."

Jackson suggested that Biden use a walker at events to prevent another fall, as embarrassing as that would be for the country to have its leader do so.

"Could you imagine? It would be a better image than what we're seeing right now — seeing him creep around in a walker," he said. "At least he wouldn't be falling flat on his face in front of the entire world.… It's embarrassing for him, and it's embarrassing for our country."

Fooling the country

Jackson said he prays that Biden won't win re-election, adding that it is doubtful he can even finish the time he has left.

Biden thinks he's fooling the country by refusing to address his decline or step down, but anyone who has watched an elderly parent or grandparent slip into dementia or decline physically can see that mirrored in the president right now.

Jackson echoed this sentiment after the president's last physical, accusing White House doctors of a cover-up.

"The majority of Americans can see that Biden's mental health is in total decline, yet there is no transparency from the White House on what’s going on, if anything, to address this issue and his inability to do his job," Jackson told Fox News Digital at the time. "Yesterday's written physical exam report released by Biden’s physician, Kevin O'Connor, further confirms that this administration is still adamant about concealing the truth."

Of course, his loyal lackeys like press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre continue to cover for him and deny that anything is wrong even though polls have shifted to show that most people think Biden is too old to continue being president.

"You know, we’ve heard these types of attacks or remarks before. And, you know, if you go back to 2020, they said that the president couldn’t do it in 2020 and attacked him there, and he beat them," Jean-Pierre said. "Maybe they’re forgetting the wins that this president has had over the last couple of years. But I’m happy to remind them anytime."

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