Former Obama White House physician Ronny Jackson was interviewed about Joe Biden when he made the understatement of the year. “I think he’s got some cognitive issues.”
He told host Kyle Olson that he has decided not to vote for Joe Biden because he is apparently suffering from lapses where he can’t complete a sentence.
He also has trouble remembering where he is at, doesn’t know what office he is running for and can’t seem sometimes to remember who he is running against. He also makes statements that are completely wrong such as saying that 120 million people have died from DTMNBN. (Disease That Must Not Be Named)
“I’m not comfortable with him being my president.”
Some of Biden’s worst gaffes:
Biden also has a history of making racist comments:
“In Delaware, the largest growth of population is Indian Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.”
And when he spoke about Obama:
“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”
Former White House Physician Dr. Ronny Jackson told The Kyle Olson Show that former Vice President Joe Biden needs to take a cognitive assessment and release the results, but that his campaign won’t let that happen.
“I’m not comfortable with him being my president,” Jackson said.
“I think he’s got some cognitive issues,” he continued, before adding that he’s not diagnosing the former vice president and has not examined him.
“But as a concerned American who also happens to be a physician, I’m just going to say it’s concerning to me that he sometimes is not able to complete a sentence, not really know where he’s at or what he’s doing and we’ve seen that countless times now,” Jackson said.
After saying some age “more gracefully” than others, he said, “If he was going to be president someday, that window seems to have closed in my mind.”
Jackson, who was White House Physician during both the Barack Obama and Donald Trump administrations, gave the Montreal Cognitive Assessment to President Trump in 2018 at the President’s request, so Trump could quell criticisms from his foes that he was mental unfit.