Ex-Obama doctor calls Biden cognitive issues national security threat, thinks he'll resign or be removed via 25th Amendment soon

Jul 24th

Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), a former White House physician under Obama and Trump, said he thinks Joe Biden will resign or be removed from office via the 25th amendment due to his fitness (or lack thereof) to serve as president.

"I've been saying that something's going on here, and I've been saying this since he was candidate Joe Biden," Jackson said.

"It's only going to get worse, and guess what? We're watching that happen right before our eyes right now. [...] I went from, you know, telling people, 'We should be concerned about what might potentially be going on,' to now saying, 'Hey, what is happening right now?'"

"Where are the people in our academic medicine that were out there calling for President Trump to have a cognitive test? Where are these people?"

You know, Jackson is a medical expert... Obama trusted this man when he was president. So, to all the idolaters of ThE eXpErTs and ThE sCieNcE, I ask: Should we trust this expert? Should we follow the science on this one?

"I think [Biden is] either going to resign, they're going to convince him to resign from office at some point in the near future for medical issues, or they're going to have to use the 25th Amendment to get rid of this man right now."

Jackson also said Biden is "a national security issue at this point."

"And I'll tell you right now, we're not the only ones watching this. Our adversaries overseas, they are watching this closely. They are watching every single thing he does," he said.

"If someone out there is planning to take advantage of the United States anytime in the near future, they got to be looking at what's going on in the Joe Biden administration right now and thinking that it is a perfect time to come after us."

Any honest person watching Biden's gaffes from THIS WEEK ALONE can see why Jackson thinks "something's going on here," -- and he ain't the only one who thinks that.


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