Doctor Gives Biden Bad News Following Fall

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If you haven’t heard, Democrat President Joe Biden has had another fall in public. And this time, it was particularly nasty.

Naturally, the incident has drawn even more to suspect what we’ve known for some time now: Biden is no longer fit for office.

And as a licensed physician, former White House doctor, and politician, Dr. Ronny Jackson knows that better than most.

As I mentioned, Jackson is a physician and one who worked for the military for a number of years, earning the title of rear admiral before taking on the position of White House doctor for both former President Barack Obama and then President Donald Trump.

Naturally, his time as a doctor in just about firm would tell him when there is a problem with a person’s health. But secondly, his time spent in the West Wing has given him a unique perspective on health.

By far, the job of President of the United States has got to be one of the most stressful and arduous there is. Whoever holds that title is literally the “leader of the free world,” with a slew of responsibilities to tend to, the least of which his own health needs.

Jackson, as a doctor to not one but two different presidents, knows exactly what such responsibilities can do to a man’s health and when that health may be jeopardizing the nation as a whole.

According to him, Biden no longer has what it takes.

“I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but I’m just going to say it again: This man’s not fit mentally or physically to be our president,” he told Sean Hannity on Friday night.

He added, “It’s just a bad situation for us,” noting that his lack of mental and physical health does nothing to “inspire confidence and to project power,” which he says is a key part of being president.

He’s quite simply “too old to do that.”

For most of us, including Jackson, it’s just sad to literally see a man waste away in the public eye, knowing that it is also causing our nation serious harm. “We have to do something about it.”