Donald Trump just delivered one of the greatest pro-American speeches of his entire presidency on July 3rd. Joe Biden called himself “Joe Biden’s husband” the same day.
Democrat strategists are desperately trying to defend Biden’s cognitive health with just four months to go until election day, but Obama-era White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson said in a recent interview that Biden is “flawed on many fronts with regards to his cognitive prowess.”
Dr. Jackson, who served as White House physician in both the Trump and Obama administrations told The Kyle Olson Show that he is personally “not comfortable with [Biden] being my president.”
Jackson said that although he has not personally examined or diagnosed Biden, “I think he’s got some cognitive issues.”
“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 remarked. “If he was going to be president someday, that window seems to have closed in my mind.”
Critics of Donald Trump have attempted to claim that Trump is experiencing cognitive decline. Jackson, who administered the Montreal Cognitive Assessment to President Trump in 2018 at the President’s request, said that Trump has “nothing to hide.”
“If (Trump) goes head-to-head with Joe Biden cognitively, there just wouldn’t be much of a comparison. It would be very one-sided,” Jackson explained, remarking that even though Biden has agreed to participate in three debates with Trump, his campaign will likely attempt to get out of actually appearing.
“They cannot afford to put Joe Biden on the stage side-by-side with President Trump. It will be an unmitigated disaster for their party,” he said.
“It doesn’t take a neurosurgeon, it doesn’t take a psychiatrist to realize that Joe Biden does not possess the mental acuity right now to lead this country,” Jackson concluded.