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(LifeSiteNews) — A former White House physician said Joe Biden’s “bizarre behavior” needs to be explained. 

Asked his thoughts on Biden’s mental health, Dr. Ronny Jackson told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday that Biden’s health has grown increasingly worse since he became President of the United States.

Jackson, a Republican U.S. Congressman from Texas, served as the White House physician for George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. 

“The American people have continued to have questions about a lot of his bizarre behaviors,” he said. “This holding-hands thing is one of them, the way he makes up stories — and [how] he just repeatedly tells the stories that everyone has documented are not true. That happens pretty frequently. He has these emotional outbursts. He shuffles when he walks. He slurs his speech. He always looks frail and fragile.” 

 At some point or another, we’re going to have to address this,” he said. “We’re going to have to explain to the American people what’s going on.” 

 Jackson, who  said the future looks bleak for America should Biden continue to go unchecked.  

 “We’re headed down a bad path,” he said. “Something bad is gonna happen domestically here in this country with the potential terrorists crossing our border, or something bad is gonna happen overseas from a national security standpoint. We’re gonna get lots of Americans killed. And that’s when people will really want to dig in and see what’s going on. It’ll be too late then.” 

 Jackson also tweeted Sunday afternoon that “Joe Biden’s behavior is getting more and more bizarre.”  

 “His cognitive decline is on full display, and it’s only getting worse,” his tweet read. “He needs to take a cognitive exam immediately or leave office. EVERYONE knows something’s wrong!” 

 This is not the first time that Jackson has expressed his opinions on the President of the United States. In 2021, he said in an interview with Fox News that he thought Biden would resign due to his cognitive difficulties.  

 “There’s something seriously going on with this man right now,” he said, “and, you know, I think that he’s either going to resign, they’re going to convince him to resign from office at some point in the near future for medical issues, or they’re going to have to use the 25th Amendment to get rid of this man right now.” 

 Now, in 2022, Jackson’s opinions have certainly not changed, as is clear in the concluding remarks he made in the Sunday interview: “We need to make sure he can do his job. And I honestly don’t think that he can.” 


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