Obama’s White House Doctor: Biden Not MENTALLY Capable of being President

Funny how Joe Biden says he believes in the “science” of things. And when doing so, he always references doctors or other “scientists” who fit the narrative of whatever snake oil he’s selling.

But when it comes to Biden’s health, he completely disregards the REAL science. Because that science recognizes that Biden fried his cognitive abilities years ago.

A former White House doctor during the Obama administration, Ronny Jackson tweeted:

Being President is the most mentally strenuous job in the world. Anyone can see that former VP Biden isn’t mentally capable of being our Commander in Chief. He’s not there cognitively, and he won’t be able to handle the mental vigors [sic] of being President.

Former White House physician Ronny Jackson believes that former Vice President Joe Biden lacks the “mental capacity” required to be commander in chief.

“He is not up to the job,” Jackson told reporters Tuesday in a conference call organized by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, The Washington Times reported.

“I’ve watched Joe Biden on the campaign trail and I’m concerned that he does not have the mental capacity, the cognitive ability, to serve as our commander in chief. He routinely gets lost in the middle of a thought and can’t recalibrate.”

“I’m not making a medical assessment,” Jackson went on. “I never took care of Vice President Biden. I’m not trying to remotely diagnose him with anything. I’m saying it as a concerned citizen.

“We can all see … something’s going on here. He is having some extremely bad days. This is serious. We’re picking a commander in chief [who] has to be at the top of their game cognitively. And he’s really not,” said the former Navy doctor, who is a Republican candidate for Congress in Texas’ 13th Congressional District.

Of course, Jackson is running for a GOP seat. So, Democrats will laugh off his expertise. But other Obama staffers agree Biden isn’t the man he used to be. And if that’s not telling enough, look no further than Biden’s own campaign for corraboration.

Where’s the Proof?

Andrew Bates, Biden’s own spokesman, dismissed claims of Biden’s mental savy, saying, “I refer you to the first debate.”

On what planet was that a positive endorsement? Biden doesn’t remember how his wife died, where he got his college degree, which government official was a Ukranian bully, or even how many years he wasted doing nothing while cashing payroll checks from the United States Treasury.

Moreover, Biden gaffes are now part of the daily news cycles, sometimes producing several headlines within the same day. Of course, this is a spectacular feat for two reasons. One, the mainstream media leans left, so they cover for the old creep quite a bit. And two,  Biden closes up shop pretty early in the day. Some say 9am is quittin’ time.

C’mom Man!

Even Biden’s speech illudes to the fact that this guy is anything but presidential. Last year, the Washington Post dissected Biden’s verbal patterns, and there wasn’t much meat left on that bone. I assure you, things haven’t gone uphill.

There are many Bidenisms, which have become a running joke among those who follow him closely. “Folks!” is the word that starts most sentences, and “Not a joke!” is the phrase that ends them. He’ll pull out “my word as a Biden” and “God love ’em,” and he almost literally uses “literally” more than most other words.

“Here’s the deal,” he says to emphasize a point. “The fact of the matter is,” is the way he starts another. “Look!” he often shouts, urging his audience to see things the way he does.

But if those are verbal tics, “C’mon, man” represents more in this campaign, imbuing a candidate who can meander rhetorically in sometimes pointless directions with a pithy sense of frustration and urgency.

It suggests disbelief that the country elected Donald Trump.

C’mon, man!

It rallies sentiment that the country is better than it is being represented on the world stage.

C’mon, man!

And it seeks to deflect questions about Biden’s own foibles, often with the accompaniment of a wagging finger or a shake of the head.

C’mon, man!

During a CNN interview that aired Friday, he used the phrase at least four times. Why wasn’t he more forceful in the debate? “C’mon, man.” Hasn’t President Trump used his tactics to get NATO to pay more? “Oh, give me a break. C’mon, man!” Should he contrast himself more with his Democratic opponents? “C’mon, man.”

If Sen. Kamala D. Harris (Calif.) could get the better of him in a debate, couldn’t Trump?

“Everybody knows who this guy is,” he said of the president. “C’mon, man. Come on.”

Biden got that part right. Everyone does know who Trump is. He’s the guy who beat the Democrats. Now its time to ‘wash, rinse, and repeat.’




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