” … ex-White House doc, predicts Biden will be forced to resign.”

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Rep. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician-turned-congressman, says he’s “terrified for our country” in the wake of President Joe Biden’s televised town hall this week — and doubts whether the commander in chief has the cognitive ability to make it through a full term.

“He’s completely LOST it!” Jackson, R-Texas, tweeted Saturday, along with a video clip in which Biden answers a reporter’s question about defunding the police by claiming that Republicans accuse him of “sucking the blood out of kids.”

“Needs a cognitive exam NOW!” Jackson posted.

In Biden’s performance on CNN Wednesday night, widely mocked by conservatives on social media, he made false assertions about the efficacy of COVID vaccines, talked about helping children “find out whether there’s a man on the moon or whether those aliens are here or not” and confused some in the audience with references to obscure conspiracy theories.

“I mean, Qanon, the idea that the Democrats or that Biden is hiding people and sucking the blood of children and — no, I’m serious,” he said.” ” foxnews

Comment: I am older than Biden. I know what old age feels like. There are people close to me suffering Joe’s symptoms. It is extremely dangerous to have someone in his constantly declining condition holding the reins of the Executive Branch. The only good argument for not removing Joe is that Harris would then be president. pl


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29 Responses to ” … ex-White House doc, predicts Biden will be forced to resign.”

  1. TV says:

    But no mean tweets, and the swamp is fat and happy, so all is well.

  2. Deap says:

    Who is really crazier? Biden or his own CDC. CDC finally admits the PCR “covid” test is useless. At the same time, Gates and Soros buy a new “covid” testing company. What could go wrong with this incestuous partnership.

    July 26, 2021 – we still have zero validated information about “covid” from any source – causation, cases, cures, or deaths. None. Yet we plunged into global hysteria for now almost two years on the biggest disinformation campaign unleashed around the world, in the heat of the new electronic “Age of Information”. Why did we hoard toilet paper?

    The modern equivalent of the biblical plagues – showing the Bible was right after all, when dealing with the heart of darkness lurking in all mens soul – from time immemorial to the modern era. We worshiped false gods. Regardless of prior warnings against them.

  3. Terence Reeves-Smyth says:

    ‘Be care what you wish for’, runs the old English idiom, for as you rightly point out, the removal of Biden would result in a President Harris, a prospect too dreadful to even contemplate. Biden however would surely never leave willingly – he has always had a tenacious, terrier-like character and would have to be dragged from the White House kicking and screaming. Regan was in cognitive decline before he left the White House, so it is possible I think for Biden to remain, however unsatisfactory that clearly is.

  4. Joe100 says:

    Off topic but I think a big deal. It appears that Petraeus (who is apparently a Dutch citizen by law) was deeply involved in planning the Ukrainian attacks on the Donbass region:


    Two Dutch nationals, David Petraeus and Sandra Roelofs (lead image, centre), were involved in the US planning of an invasion of the Donbass region, eastern Ukraine, in the days running up to the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 on July 17, 2014, when 193 Dutch and 38 Australians were among the 298 passengers and crew killed.

    Petraeus, a US Army general and director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2011-November 9, 2012), is a Dutch citizen by law because his father, Sixtus Petraeus from Friesland, was a junior officer in the Dutch merchant marine at the outbreak of World War II. David Petraeus was awarded a Dutch knighthood in 2010 and is celebrated by the Dutch as “the most visible Dutch American personality on the national and international scene”.

    Roelofs, Dutch by birth in Zeeland, became the wife of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili (left) in 1993, and she has remained his collaborator in open political as well as clandestine operations in Georgia, Ukraine, and the US since then.

    In the early days of July 2014, when the Ukrainian forces of then-President Petro Poroshenko were launching their US-directed offensive in the Donbass, Petraeus met Saakashvili at the latter’s home with Roelofs in New York to discuss a military operation which Saakashvili then discussed with Poroshenko. Last week, speaking on Ukrainian television as a member of President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government, Saakashvili broke his silence to reveal partial details of the military plan.

    • Fred says:

      Reaching back 7 years to find some click-bait is a rather sad “off topic” comment.

    • Ishmael Zechariah says:

      Thanks. Very entertaining reading. I am sure Shoygu and Gerasimov are spending sleepless nights anticipating another attack from these titans-of-democracy.
      I wonder if the Dutch are trying to recreate their overseas empire w/ King Petraeus as their leader: “Heart-of-Darkness Redux”. Might have caught the bug from our tayyip.
      Ishmael Zechariah
      P.S: Is this Petraeus the fellow who got caught being intimate w/ his female biographer? You would think that, with all his IC prowess he would not have gotten caught w/ his pants down.

      • Barbara Ann says:

        “Broadwell”, “All In”, “The Education of General David Petraeus”, “the surge”

        ’twas a festival of double entendres.

        • Pat Lang says:

          Petraeus? Not a man for all seasons. His betrayal of his wife, once useful to his ambitions, was the mark of the scumbag.

      • Deap says:

        That was the Belgium King Leopold of the Heart of Darkness fame.

        Dutch were primarily in the Spice Islands. Belgian king was truly wretched and genuinely gave “colonialism” a bad name. Most “colonialisms” was far more a trade structures than the murderous abuses of killing for killing’s sake, as in the Belgian Congo.

  5. Babeltuap says:

    Need those audits. National museum on the biggest election fraud ever committed with a wing for AZ, PA, GA, MI, MN.

    • Old Timer Thomas says:

      “Need those audits. National museum on the biggest election fraud ever committed with a wing for AZ, PA, GA, MI, MN.”

      Nah, need those communication and radar archives for flight MH-Seventeen.

      Then as the story unfolds about banker on banker shakedown…

  6. akaPatience says:

    I’m not sure I agree with Dr. Jackson about Biden’s chances of completing a full term, although a dramatic, quicker rate of decline could very well make the charade of his presidency untenable. Time will tell. Maybe Harris was chosen in part for the very reason the colonel pointed out – Biden, in spite of his negatives, seems preferable to her by some. After all, she was the least-liked candidate (next to Michael Bloomberg) in the Democratic Party presidential primaries, dropping out of the race even before the first contest due to low poll numbers and insufficient funds. Tulsi Gabbard dressed her down exquisitely during an early debate, from which she never recovered. YET she’d been considered the front runner early on, her gender and ethnicity considered great assets, but it seems familiarity bred contempt. She was rumored to be Obama’s favorite, which makes me suspect both she and Biden get their marching orders from him.

    I prefer Biden because he’s so obviously incompetent and corrupt, and burnishes the reality of MSM bias because of the hands-off treatment he receives from them. While I wouldn’t wish dementia on anyone, I feel no sympathy for him — he’s been an obnoxious asshole for as long as I’ve been aware of him. Using his drug-addicted, ne’er-do-well son as a bag man for graft makes him especially odious.

    • Barbara Ann says:

      I love the idea that the rationale for picking the utterly loathsome Harris for Veep was to make keeping a demented President in office seem the lesser of two weevils.

      • Deap says:

        Irony is Obama picked Biden so Obama would be impeachment proof too.

        • JerseyJeffersonian says:


          Only to have the lout, the very notion of whom becoming President makes Obama secure in the office, being subsequently thrust forward as Just the Man for the Job (81 million “voters” can’t be wrong, eh?).

          What was that about first tragedy, and then farce? Take that further…begin with farce, and then where do you wind up?

  7. Barbara Ann says:

    Fun exercise for people to try:

    Put the search term “25th amendment” into Google search and select “Images”. Then do the same with https://duckduckgo.com and compare the results.

    • JerseyJeffersonian says:

      Oh, I think I can guess. Not giving Google (say, whatever happened to “Don’t be evil”, anyway?) any clicks.

  8. Deap says:

    Is this former Obama doc hot for Kamala?

    The only option is to win back both house and senate and neutralize both bozo and bozo in waiting in the current executive branch – pending any viable election recounts, which are allowed for 22 months post election starting Nov 2020.

  9. Deap says:

    Federal ballots must be preserved for 22 months post election – that would be until Sept 2022. The wisdom that allows legal recounts and review of elections for that long of a time period was exactly what? Therefore, nothing untoward is going on right now, with the multiple recount possibilities. A built in 22 month, post-election period of instability.

  10. Deap says:

    The Second Coming
    W. B. Yeats – 1865-1939

    Turning and turning in the widening gyre
    The falcon cannot hear the falconer;

    Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,

    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
    The ceremony of innocence is drowned;

    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity.


  11. Razumov says:

    Maybe a completely senile puppet is exactly what the deep bureaucratic state prefers in a president.

    • Rick Merlotti says:


    • Deap says:

      Certainly hereditary monarchies had to put up with occasional loonies, granted full command over all their subjects.

      No wonder the Founders were so keen to make sure this did not happen here. But it did anyway – since the Deep State that the Founders never anticipated is now our hereditary monarchy. Presidents come and go, but the deep state is now forever.

  12. Christian J. Chuba says:

    “Rep. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician-turned-congressman, says he’s “terrified for our country” … “He’s completely LOST it!”

    If he is really ‘terrified for our country’ because Biden has dementia then it is his obligation to bring articles of Impeachment or he should STFU

    • Pat Lang says:

      There is no impeachable offense in being senile. It would have to be 25th Amendment and Jackson has nothing to do with that.

  13. PRC90 says:

    I commented above in the other topic that the Joe-workarounds would already be in place. I do not know what is the current version of SIOP but I expect that the latest amendments do not include POTUS.
    Legal – probably not, because they would need to exclude Nancy Nancy Pel Pelosi as well.
    Practical – no doubt tested, but has a tradeoff with legality been made ?
    As factored by other powers across the water – as I mentioned, they are probably unwilling to experiment. With anything.
    Speculation – of course !

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