Biden’s Decline ‘Happening Quickly’

Joe Biden

( – Expressing grave concerns about Joe Biden’s age, Rep. Ronny Jackson, who served as the White House physician under Presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama, discussed Biden’s cognitive abilities during an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

Jackson, a Texas Republican, asserted that Biden’s cognitive decline is “happening quickly,” basing his observations on his extensive experience in the White House.

Drawing on his tenure during the George W. Bush administration, Jackson underscored the demanding nature of the presidency, both mentally and physically. He stated his belief that Biden is incapable of fulfilling the role, adding, “This man can’t do the job. He’s proven every single day that he can’t do the job.”

Jackson emphasized that while he is not diagnosing Biden, he has observed noticeable changes in Biden’s cognitive abilities over the past few years: “I went back and looked at stuff from two or three years ago, over three years ago when he was running for office, and compared it to right now, and it’s unbelievable how much he’s degenerated just during his time in office.”

Furthermore, Jackson expressed concerns about national security and foreign policy under Biden’s leadership. He criticized the current administration’s handling of the southern border and international conflicts, suggesting that these issues would not have arisen under Trump’s presidency: “… our enemies don’t fear us anymore. They don’t respect us anymore and our adversaries don’t trust us anymore.”

On the topic of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Jackson voiced support for the push to impeach him, citing a lack of accountability and the need to address issues like the influx of migrants and known terrorists at the border.

Jackson also touched on the possibility of Trump’s re-election, highlighting the contrast between Trump and Biden’s border policies. He accused the Biden administration of exacerbating the situation at the southern border and neglecting to address it effectively.

In his concluding remarks, Jackson lamented the current state of affairs and expressed a belief that the situation will not improve until Trump returns to office.

He criticized Kamala Harris for her handling of the border crisis, implying a lack of engagement and effective response. He stated, “She never even mentions the border, much less goes to the border, and actually tries to figure out what’s going on here.”