Jackson Demands Biden Drug Tested for 'Performance-Enhancing Drugs' Before Trump Debate

Jackson Demands Biden Drug Tested for 'Performance-Enhancing Drugs' Before Trump Debate

Jackson Bakich
Jackson Bakich
June 23, 2024

Former White House physician and current Member of Congress Dr. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) appeared on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.” The House representative shared his credentials before announcing that he would send a letter to the White House demanding that President Joe Biden (D) be drug tested before and after the upcoming debate with former President Donald Trump (R).

“I'm a board-certified emergency medicine physician, Maria,” said Rep. Jackson. “I was in the White House for 14 years during the Bush administration, the Obama administration, and the Trump administration. During that time, I took care of all three of the presidents on a day-to-day basis. I also was the director of the White House medical unit and the appointed position to the President for both Obama and Trump. So, I kind of feel like I know exactly what's required on a day-to-day basis both mentally and physically to do the job of President of the United States.”

He was then asked about the circumstances surrounding his letter to the White House demanding President Biden be tested for “performance-enhancing drugs” and even shared what possible concoctions of medicines the President could be given before the debate if he is not tested.

“I don't need to tell you, I need to tell your viewers, or anybody else in this country right now that we have a serious problem here. Everyone knows it now,” said Rep. Jackson. “You don't have to be a physician, [you] certainly don't have to be a physician to the President see what's going on right now. So, I have sent five letters previously asking for President Biden to submit to a cognitive test, very similar to the one that President Trump got while he was president, and all five of those letters have gone completely ignored. So tomorrow, I'm sending a letter to President Biden to his physician, Dr. O'Connor, and I’m CC-ing his entire cabinet. And it's embarrassing that I have to do this and it's really embarrassing as a former White House physician to have to do something like this. But we don't have any choice based on what's going on. But I'm going to be demanding on behalf of many millions of concerned Americans right now, that he submit to a drug test before and after this debate, specifically looking for performance-enhancing drugs.”

Dr. Jackson went on to mention that the Commander-in-Chief the American people saw at the State of the Union in March had looked very different to the person the American people see now.

“We’ve seen recently, that in his State of the Union address, there was a Joe Biden that came out that was not similar at all to what we see on a day-to-day basis for the last three and a half years,” said Dr. Jackson. “And there's truly no way to explain that other than he was on something, they’ve given him medications … He’s going to be at Camp David for a full week before the debate. Part of that is probably experimenting with getting the doses just right because they have to treat his cognition. You have to give him something to help him think straighter. You have to give him something to wake him up for his alertness, and then you know, he's been agitated. We see that all the time. And that's a common symptom or sign of this cognitive disorder that he seems to be suffering from, and so they're probably going to give him something to take the edge off that as well. They didn't get it right last time at the State of the Union. He came out he was obviously much more alert, but he was a yelling, angry old man and he still didn’t make a lot of sense.

“So, I think they've got an uphill battle here. But I think that they're going to have to do something to try to wake him up and make him perform a little better during the debate. And I don't think that that's what the American people want out of their president. I think they want somebody that can do this on their own. You know, they have to make incredible decisions. They have to multitask every day. We don't want somebody who has to be medicated to perform and potentially get the job done. So, I think it's important that they prove to us that he's not doing performance-enhancing drugs of any type,” the Texas representative concluded.

When asked about what specific drugs the President has been or might take at future public speaking events, Rep. Jackson mentioned pharmaceuticals such as Aricept, Adderall, and Provigil.

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Jackson Bakich

Jackson Bakich

Born in Orlando but raised in Lake County, Florida, Jackson Bakich is currently a senior at Florida State University. Growing up in the sunshine state, Bakich co-hosted the political talk radio show "Lake County Roundtable" (WLBE) and was a frequent guest for "Lake County Sports Show" (WQBQ). Currently, he is the Sports Editor of the FSView and the co-host of "Tomahawk Talk" (WVFS), a sports talk radio program covering Florida State athletics in Tallahassee.

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