Obama’s White House doctor says that Joe Biden is unfit to be president, especially during this crisis. He says that Biden is incoherent and confused. But, how coherent does he really have to be to follow his orders from George Soros? He should be able to do that in his sleep. In fact, he usually does. Just nod your head, Joe.
Rep Ronnie Jackson, former White House doctor and current member of the House has been suggesting that Biden get checked out for his cognitive ability. Jackson was the White House doctor under Bush, Obama, and Trump. Biden requested Dr Suess but the woke crowd raised a fuss, so he selected Dr Jill Biden because he heard she was highly recommended by Whoopi Goldberg.
“Joe Biden’s wife. She would never do it, but, yeah, she’s a hell of a doctor. She’s an amazing doctor.”
Jill Biden has a doctorate in education.
“The whole country is seeing his mental cognitive issues on display for over a year now, and there’s really no question in most people’s minds that there’s something going on with him, that he’s not cognitively the same as he used to be and, in my mind, not fit to be our president right now. Every time he gets up and talks to the American people, it’s not just the American people that are watching him speak, it’s the whole world, and that’s part of what the problem is here.”
“He looks tired, he looks weak, he looks confused, he’s incoherent, and it sends a message of weakness all over the world, and they’re seizing up on that.”
Jackson — who is now calling for the president to undergo cognitive testing — pointed out that his recurring “gaffes” and “missteps,” which were formerly chalked up to Biden’s sometimes bumbling personality, are increasing in both intensity and frequency and warned that something more nefarious might be afoot beyond just stumbles and mumbles.
“He’s got 40 years of tape, you can go back and look at this man, so it’s not like we don’t have anything to compare it to,” Jackson said. “You can go back and look, he’s always made gaffes, he’s always made missteps, but never like this. This is something different. These aren’t gaffes. … This is something much more serious.”