Admiral Jackson wrote a report on Trump's health that was definitely not written in medical-ese. It reads as though Trump himself wrote it. The adjectives and the superlatives are surefire indicators of Trump's style.
Odd isn't it? All of Trump's doctors seem to write that way -- but only when writing about Trump. No other doctors write in that INCREDIBLE and TREMENDOUS fashion.
Jackson says that Trump is 6'3" even though he does not appear to be as tall as Barack Obama, who is 6'1".
And the reported weight of 239 pounds is ridiculous. Sports Illustrated
has offered conclusive photographic proof that Jackson has signed his name to a lie.
Everyone knows that Trump got out of Vietnam by paying a doctor to come up with a fake "bone spur" diagnosis, which never stopped Trump from functioning (by his own report) as an athlete. Ever since, Trump has paid doctors to write pleasing fictions.
Why did Admiral Jackson make himself party to this lie? I don't know what sort of pressure, payment or blackmail was used on this man. I know only that he is lying. I'll call him a liar in public. I'll call him a liar to his face. I'll call him a liar in front of his family. I'll call him a liar in any court in this land. Jackson is a liar. I need no further proof beyond the photos reproduced above.
Jackson's lie ties in with a larger issue. Why did Lindsay Graham change his tune? Why do previously anti-Trump Republicans now defend him so assiduously? Why did those Republican senators morph their memories of the "shithole" remark -- but only after
it became clear that the comment would hurt Trump more than it would help him?
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