Wednesday, January 19, 2022

White House physician raving about Trump’s health now says Omicron is Electoral Russia

The former White House doctor who raved about Donald Trump’s “excellent” health in front of a skeptical public now says the alarming new version of the COVID-19 omicron is nothing more than an interim electoral ploy by Democrats.

Dr. Ronnie Jackson, now a Texas-based MAGA Republican Congressman, ridiculed an option that the World Health Organization deemed “highly infectious” and “worrisome.”

“And here it is … The mid-term version of the elections!” Jackson joked in his tweet on Saturday, calling it nothing more than a ploy to “send unsolicited nationwide newsletters by mail.”

Dr. Jonathan Rainer, professor of medicine and surgery at George Washington University, criticized Jackson on CNN Sunday for spreading outrageous disinformation about COVID-19 dangerously.

He blamed people like Jackson for the fact that 50 million people in America have not yet been vaccinated, and people continue to die.

The continuing death toll from COVID is due to “people like Ronnie Jackson, people who question the severity of this pandemic, people who question the consequences of not being vaccinated, people who question the effectiveness of masks,” Rainer told Jim Acosta.

“So now that a potentially dangerous new option has been identified, you see this anti-scientific reaction coming from a former doctor. I call him “ex-doctor” because he behaves like that. “

Acosta called Jackson a “shame.”

Jackson’s misinformation is not a big surprise. He admired Trump’s “excellent” health after the then-president’s 2018 physicals, despite Trump’s extra pounds, a well-known high-fat diet, and golf as his only exercise. There were also concerns about his sharpness of mind.

Jackson also pointed to Trump’s 6-foot-3 height and an astonishing 239 pounds, although many haven’t bought it, especially since the statistics put Trump just below the obesity threshold.

Asked how he can reconcile Trump’s health habits and appearance with the confidence that his health is “excellent”, an ardent supporter of Trump wrote it off to “genetics.” “That is how God made him,” Jackson said.

Check out Acosta and Rainer’s comments on Jackson in the CNN video above.

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