Trump-Loving ‘Sweet Man’ Congressman Calls for President Biden Take Cognitive Take a look at

Despite a hugely successful eight-day overseas trip culminating in a US-Russia summit that demonstrated its ability to put the national “ship” on the world stage back in order, and despite the positive response from leaders, becomes president Joe Biden from a group of 14 Republican Congressmen, led by Rep Ronny Jackson (R-TX) to take a cognitive test to assess mental acuity.

All of this feeds into Fox News’ narrative, through Biden’s appearance in the UK with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Queen Elizabeth, the G7 in Brussels, meetings with NATO leaders and separately with the President of Turkey and finally in Geneva was torn to pieces There he held the summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Congressman Jackson, the former Obama and Trump White House doctor, along with 13 other House Republicans in a letter to President Biden (below) quoted a news report about an incident in which Biden allegedly called Senator John Cornyn as “Representative – Senator Cornyn ”signified to correct himself.

In the letter, they also claim that he mixed up the time of day and once “during the campaign” Biden was “irritated” when asked if he would take a cognitive test.

They cite other news reports where Biden mispronounced names and said he was allegedly unable to recite part of the Declaration of Independence.

“Most school-age children could recite this famous and revered patriotic phrase by heart, but you couldn’t,” the letter said.

White House Doctor Rep. Jackson told reporters that President Trump, whom he strongly supports, has “incredibly good genes” and praised his performance on an Alzheimer’s test as “extremely good.” That was the test where Trump impressed himself by memorizing five words in sequence: “person, woman, man, camera, television” and then telling a reporter that he did “amazing”.

In March, NBC News reported that, according to a general report from the Pentagon inspector, Jackson “engaged in ‘inappropriate conduct’ while serving as the White House Chief Medical Officer.”

“The scathing report, NBC said,” alleged abusive behavior, including sexual harassment, toward subordinates.

The Inspector General’s report, first reported by CNN, said Jackson drank alcohol, made sexual comments on subordinates, and took the Ambien sedative while working as a doctor in the White House. The watchdog also noted that Jackson abused subordinates and “belittled, belittled, bullied and humiliated them.”

Jackson had been nominated as Secretary of the Veterans Administration by then-President Donald Trump when it became known that he had given out recipes “like candy” and was nicknamed “The Candy Man” in the White House, CNN reported in 2018.

Democratic Senator John Tester “described reports to the Veterans ‘Affairs Committee claiming that Jackson would’ walk down the aisle of the plane while traveling overseas and say, ‘Okay, who wants to go to sleep?’ And hand out the prescription drugs like they were candy … and put them to sleep and then give them the drugs to wake them up. ‘”

“The tester’s staff told CNN that Jackson would be distributing Ambien and Provigil,” reported CNN. “These are called controlled substances for a reason,” Tester said.

Dr. Jackson, added CNN, “is also faced with allegations of being drunk with then-President Barack Obama overseas.”

“When you’re drunk and something happens to the president, it’s very difficult to deal with the president,” Tester said. “Several people have told us that, it has been the case on several different trips.”

Tester said there were comments that Jackson couldn’t respond “because he drank so much.”

Jackson has denied all allegations.

Here is Jackson’s letter:

GOP Representative Ronny Jackson, a former WH physician, and 13 other House Republicans urge Biden in a letter to “immediately take a cognitive test,” referring to his “mental decline and forgetfulness.”

The letter points to several of his rhetorical slip-ups.

– Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) June 17, 2021

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