Obama White House Doctor Makes Stunning Biden Health Statement

Former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson is certain that presumed President-elect Joe Biden doesn’t have the cognitive ability to be commander-in-chief.

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During an interview on Breitbart, Jackson issued a dire prediction about the health of Biden and the likely installation of Biden’s running mate, Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris of California, as president.

Jackson began by discussing the injury suffered by Biden, which has been reported as a fracture of his right foot suffered when the former VP tried to chase his dog after getting out of the shower.

“Anybody can slip and fall, obviously. I actually broke my ankle during the campaign … but here’s the issue: I still maintain that something is going on with Joe Biden’s health. You can look back at what he previously looked like early on in the campaign,” Jackson said.

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Jackson voiced the thought that Biden, 78, could be “medicated at this point.”

“He’s got good days. He’s got bad days,” Jackson said. “I think he’s in a transition period right now where he’s developing some early cognitive issues that are just age-related, and I don’t think it’s gonna be good to be commander in chief in that situation.”

Jackson said an ailing president could be a recipe for disaster.

“God forbid he becomes our president,” he added. “I’m a firm believer that if he gets in, he won’t be there for more than a year before something comes up and they have to remove him from office and Kamala Harris is our president.”

He said that such a transition might not simply be an unplanned event, saying that putting Harris in the White House to replace Biden might well have been the “grand plan from the beginning,” as “soon as they realized they were stuck with him as their candidate.”

“I have no confidence in his cognitive or physical ability to serve as our commander in chief and our head of state,” Jackson said. “He doesn’t have the cognitive resources or the physical stamina, in my mind, to do this job.”

Listen to the full interview below:

Prior to the election, Jackson issued warnings about Biden’s health.

Back in October, Jackson worried that Biden may not have the cognitive ability to be president.

“I’m pretty familiar with what it takes both physically and cognitively to do that job and what the demands of that job are,” Jackson said.

“As a citizen, not as a candidate running for Congress, but as a citizen of this country, I’ve watched Joe Biden on the campaign trail and I am concerned and convinced that he does not have the mental capacity, the cognitive ability, to serve as our commander-in-chief and our head of state,” he added.

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Jackson served under former President George Bush and was the appointed physician to President Barack Obama. He retired from and left his position in 2019 and ran for a seat in Congress.

Jackson won his race on Nov. 3 to represent Texas’s 13th Congressional District after handily defeating Democratic nominee Gus Trujillo.

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