Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) used to be Dr. Ronny Jackson, an Admiral in the Navy and a White House doctor serving three administrations.
Early in Biden’s term, Jackson was critical of Biden’s cognitive health.
He went so far as to criticize Biden openly on social media.
Barack Obama apparently got pretty upset about this bracelet buddy getting called out, and went off on Jackson via email.
Don’t Criticize Joe
Jackson has a memoir that was recently penned called “Holding the Line: A Lifetime of Defending Democracy and American Values.”
In Jackson’s book, he describes his post criticizing Biden, writing, “Trump never made crazy statements like the ones Biden was making almost every day, but these people were jumping up and down: ‘He’s not fit to be president; he needs a cognitive test!'”
He continued regarding the 2020 election cycle, stating, “Biden was on TV again, making crazy statements and concerning mental gaffes; he didn’t know what state he was in or what office he was campaigning for.
“He apparently thought at one point that he was running for the Senate and later couldn’t remember what state he was campaigning in.
“This had been going on for months and was getting worse.”
After Jackson announced his candidacy, he continued to go on the attack against Biden and tweeted, “Remember the cognitive test that I gave @realDonaldTrump? The one he aced! Sounds like somebody else might need some testing done!! Scary!!”
Jackson stated that 20 minutes after that tweet went out, Obama emailed him.
It read, “I have made a point of not commenting on your service in my successor’s administration and have always spoken highly of you both in public and in private.
“You always served me and my family well, and I have considered you not only a fine doctor and service member but also a friend.
“That’s why I have to express my disappointment at the cheap shot you took at Joe Biden via Twitter.
“It was unprofessional and beneath the office that you once held. It was also disrespectful to me and the many friends you had in our administration.
“You were the personal physician to the President of the United States as well as an admiral in the U.S. Navy.
“I expect better, and I hope upon reflection that you will expect more of yourself in the future.”
The arrogance in that letter is not surprising. “You always served me… I expect better… think more of yourself.”
Who the heck does he think he is?
Jackson’s reaction to the letter…
He thought, “So, upon reflection, I thought, You know what? Screw that guy!”
He has not had any contact with Obama since.
Source: Fox News