White House Doctor vs CNN Idiots

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Rear Admiral Dr Ron Jackson- screenshot

CNN Fake News reporters Jim Acosta, Brian Stetler, and Dr Sanjay Gupta do not believe White House Doctor Rear Admiral Ron Jackson when he reported that the President was in excellent health. Dr Gupta emphatically stated that “Trump has heart disease.”

Gupta has never examined the President. Acosta and Stetler are not doctors. But Gupta doubled down on his “diagnosis” saying it was “based on the numbers” given by Dr. Jackson in the press conference. Other reporters were also skeptical about the President’s health and asked questions about his profinity for Diet Coke and hamburgers.

They whined about his “slurred words” which the doctor stated was a dry mouth (that was stated in the beginning by Pres Sec Sarah Sanders). They even laughed when one reporter asked if he was addicted to drugs or sex. Simply put, the fake news media refuses the word of a medical professional.

Acosta grilled Dr. Jackson at the presser. According to the Daily Caller,

“There isn’t anything that’s part of the president’s health records or his overall physical fitness or any medications that he’s taking that you’re not permitted to tell us? Is there anything you’re keeping from us for privacy reasons?”

Jackson answered, “I can promise there is nothing that I am withholding from you. I can tell you, I’ve done the last four or five of these. I’ve been involved in probably the last six or seven of these and this is hands down more information that has been put forth by any other assessment to date.”

Dr. Jackson was the doctor who examined Barack Obama and George W. Bush. He also administered a cognitive test to Trump last Friday, who passed it with flying colors, much to the dismay of the reporters in the room.

When a reporter asked about those who have said they see “symptoms of dementia” in the President, Dr Jackson responded,

“People shouldn’t be making those kinds of assessments about the president unless they’ve had the opportunity to get to know him and examine him. And, you know, in my opinion, that’s just tabloid psychiatry, and I’m not going to address it or fall into responding to those kinds of questions or accusations.” Dr Jackson

Hillary Clinton was far more “sick” while running for President than Trump is now. Hacking, falling over, leaving events, spitting up lugeys…she seemed like a mess.

Gupta based his “diagnosis” on the cholestrol numbers in the test for atherosclerosis.  While those numbers can indicate a POTENTIAL problem, they do not indicate actual heart disease, which is why Dr, Jackson said that the President takes cholestrol medication. He slight change from his previous numbers is standard for a person his age.

 

Rear Adm. Jackson, the WH doctor who directly examined and tested POTUS, shot down this long-distance prognosis by Sanjay Gupta. https://t.co/8Zqy05bk7R

Apparently CNN’s “doctor” Sanjay Gupta forgot the first rule of ethics in the medical field: you never diagnose someone without examining them. As I’ve said many times, when it comes to Trump, these CNN lapdogs all of a sudden become experts on everything. Feet is next – watch!

CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta diagnosed Trump with heart disease.

CNN’s Chief Medical Conspiracy Theorist Sanjay Gupta is not a cardiologist, not the White House physician, has never examined the President, and has been spreading these debunked heart rumors since 2016

But but but Obama was the epitome of health 👌🏻 pic.twitter.com/8N73rDj5yw

H/T Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children

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