In a recent interview on Fox News's Sunday Morning Futures, Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), a former White House physician who served under multiple presidents, expressed serious apprehensions regarding President Joe Biden's cognitive decline. Jackson, drawing from his firsthand experience with the demands of the presidency, both mentally and physically, voiced concerns that Biden's cognitive abilities have worsened since assuming office in 2021, posing a significant risk to the country.
Jackson, who has been raising concerns about Biden's cognitive issues since his time as a candidate, asserted, "This man can't do the job. He's proven to us every single day that he can't do the job, but this is going to get worse." His worries extend to the potential dangers of electing Biden to a second term in 2024, emphasizing that the country cannot afford to have him in office for another term. At 81, Biden is already the oldest president in U.S. history, and Jackson argued that his visible decline over the past three years suggests that another term would only exacerbate the situation.
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The concerns raised by Jackson underscore the importance of carefully evaluating the cognitive fitness of elected leaders, particularly those in the presidency. Given the demanding nature of the role, sharp mental acuity and sound decision-making abilities are crucial. The potential risks associated with a decline in cognitive function should not be overlooked, and citizens are encouraged to consider the long-term consequences when shaping the future direction of the country.