President Trump Calls For Resignation of Crooked Dem Senator After Attack On Trump’s Doctor

Updated : Sep 14, 2019 in Articles

President Trump Calls For Resignation of Crooked Dem Senator After Attack On Trump’s Doctor


Capitol Hill has been a rumor mill and a tornado
all wrapped up on one over the past month because of the nomination and vetting process
going on regarding the next Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Congressional and Senate Democrats
hated Ronny Jackson as a nominee and they did everything in their power to discredit
him. Now the President is looking for blood in order to get back. On Saturday morning the President called for
Senator Jon Tester’s (Montana) resignation. The President did not like the allegations
that Tester was hurling against Jackson and he wants him to be held accountable. So he
went to none other than Twitter to express his distaste. Jackson was a White House doctor as well as
Navy Admiral. He withdrew his nomination this past Thursday. This effectively too him out
of the running to become the next Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs. The
rumors and allegations out there are that Jackson had a shady background regarding prescription
drug practices and alcohol use. In addition, Jackson was accused of being an alcoholic,
getting drunk, and wrecking the provided government vehicle that he had after a going away party
that the Secret Service threw for him. Fox News reported, “Tester, the top Democrat on the Republican-controlled
Senate Veteran Affairs Committee, is seeking a third Senate term this year in a state Trump
won in 2016 with 56 percent of the vote. On Friday, the White House pushed back again
the allegations, saying records, including police reports, show Jackson was in three
minor vehicle incidents in government vehicles during the last five years, but none involved
the use of alcohol and he was not found to be at fault. In one case, a side-view mirror was clipped
by a passing truck, while in another incident an enraged driver in Montgomery County, Maryland,
allegedly punched out Jackson’s window during a morning drive to Camp David. In addition,
the White House medical unit Jackson ran found that he successfully passed regular controlled
substance audits, according to the records for the last three years. The reviews did
recommend improvements to the medical unit’s handling of controlled substances but did
not find misconduct. The Associated Press reviewed the documents
Friday. They were the result of an internal White House review of allegations raised against
Jackson during his brief confirmation process. The White House said the records, covering
recent years, disprove the allegations. Tester’s office has not specified the time frame during
which the alleged misconduct occurred. The senator’s spokeswoman Marnee Banks said
the office would not comment until it knew more about the White House records. Separately, the Secret Service said it has
no evidence to support an allegation that its personnel intervened to prevent Jackson
from disturbing former President Barack Obama during a foreign trip in 2015. In a statement dated Thursday, the Secret
Service said it had conducted a “thorough review” of internal documents related to
Obama’s foreign trips in 2015 and interviewed people who were present. The agency said it
has found “no information that would indicate the allegation is accurate” and no record
of any incident involving Jackson. CNN had reported allegations that Jackson drunkenly
banged on the hotel room door of a female employee and that Secret Service personnel
intervened out of concern that he would wake Obama. Jackson has denied the accusations, calling
them “baseless and anonymous attacks” on his character and integrity that are “completely
false and fabricated.” Asked about the situation at a joint press conference with German Chancellor
Angela Merkel, Trump called the Jackson situation “an absolute disgrace.” “These were false accusations about a great
man; about a man who has a son who’s a top student at Annapolis; about a man that’s
given his life to this country, and to the military — a brave man. He would have been
a great leader,” Trump complained, noting that he, Obama and former President George
W. Bush had all praised the doctor’s conduct in the past. Trump said he’d called Jackson earlier Friday
and told him that he was “an American hero” because he’d “exposed the system for some
horrible things.” The Democratic staff on the committee considering Jackson’s nomination
also claimed Jackson had doled out such a large supply of a prescription opioid that
staffers panicked because they thought the drugs were missing. They said their allegations
were based on conversations with 23 of Jackson’s current and former colleagues at the White
House Medical Unit.” This latest problem is nothing more than democratic
obstructionism. Democratic officials are so upset because they do not have the majority
in Congress, the White House, or the Senate, and thus the only way they can exert any power
is by remaining relevant in the media. Those who are hurting the most are the American
people who desperately need the Secretary position filled. Especially those who are
veterans waiting in limbo while the department goes un-managed. This is a problem dealt with
through several agencies. Whether it’s NASA or the Post Masters, positions are going unfilled
and the American people are hurting Share if you agree Jackson was unnecessarily
treated Share if you agree the Senator should resign
for his shameful behavior.

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