Former White House Physician Chimes in on Biden: “Might Need” Cognitive Testing

Former White House physician Ronny Jackson, who is now running for U.S. Congress in Texas in addition to pro-Trump Chris Ekstrom, who we reported on earlier, has come out questioning Joe Biden’s mental soundness.

Jackson was the White House physician for Trump, Obama, and George W. Bush. After Joe Biden accidentally asked for support from an audience for his “U.S. Senate” race, (even though he’s running for president), which we also reported on here, Jackson took to Twitter to notate that something was awry.

He retweeted the same tweet video we used in our earlier story from RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, captioning it: “Remember the cognitive test I gave @realDonaldTrump? The one he aced! Sounds like somebody else might need some testing done!! Scary!!”

It’s tough to say for sure if this is a political stunt to try and gain media coverage, a genuine assessment of Joe Biden’s condition, or some combination of the two. Nevertheless, Biden continues to fall in the polls as he struggles with Gaffes and a party that seems to be much more radical than he is as well.

Although moderate Joe is trying to keep up with the fast-evolving policies of the progressive left-wing, many on that loud and radical side seem to think Bernie Sanders is more genuine in his radicalness. Check out the tweet and video below and see for yourself:

The Washington Examiner also reported:

President Trump’s mental health has also been called into question by critics and medical experts who have not examined him.

Jackson was the White House physician from 2013-2018 under both President Barack Obama and Trump. During his final year, Jackson reported that Trump was in good physical and mental shape based on the results of his own cognitive tests.

Jackson was nominated to be the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, but he withdrew from consideration after he was accused of drinking on the job, overprescribing medication, and facilitating a hostile work environment.

Jackson touted his close ties to Washington as he pitched himself to Texas voters in the 13th Congressional District at a Harley-Davidson store in Wichita Falls during a candidate forum last week.

“I just came from the White House. I’ve been working side by side with the president. I know all the Cabinet secretaries. I have their cellphones. I know the chief of staff, the national security adviser,” said Jackson, who is running for the House seat currently held by retiring GOP Rep. Mac Thornberry.

“I can pick the phone up, and I can call them,” he added. “They’re all friends of mine.”