Obama Officials Defend Navy Dr. Ronny Jackson From Media Conspiracy Slurs Over Pres. Trump Physical

How cray-cray do you have to be to have senior Obama administration officials tell you your anti-Trump conspiracy theories are crazy? Susan Rice, Valerie Jarrett and Dan Pfeiffer are among those defending the honor of Navy Rear Admiral Dr. Ronny L. Jackson against reporters and liberals accusing him of lying about the results of the physical and cognitive examinations of President Donald Trump he presided over at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland last Friday. Jackson delivered the results on Tuesday to an incredulous White House press corps.

Dan Pfieffer, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, wrote, “Dr. Jackson is a phenomenal doctor and a really great guy. He and his team took great care of all of us for many years”

Pfieffer’s tweet was retweeted by Valerie Jarrett and Tommy Vietor,

Pfieffer and other Obama administration officials retweeted a defense of Jackson by reporter Yashar Ali who wrote, “Dr. Ronny Jackson has been the Presidential physician since 2013. Give the conspiracy theories a rest.”

Alyssa Mastromonaco, former deputy chief of staff for operations, retweeted Ali with her own comment, “there is no one better than ronny. no one. he is a saint and patriot.”


Mastromonaco’s tweet was retweeted by Chuck Kennedy, an Obama White House photographer, and Valerie Jarrett.

Susan Rice retweeted Matromonaco and added her own succinct agreement, “True dat”

Rice’s tweet was liked by Obama NSC official Michael Ortiz.

Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, “I worked with Doctor Ronnie Jackson when we both worked for Pres. Obama. Attacking him as a means to lie about Pres. Trump’s health is beyond disgraceful and only serves to show the shallowness and idiocy of the anti-Trump crowd.”

White House video of the press briefing by Dr. Jackson where reporters asked such questions as, “does the president watch too much TV?”

Here’s conspiracy theorist number one, NY Times reporter Maggie Haberman.

Conspiracy theorist number two, Sports Illustrated.

Donald Trump, Jr. gave his take, “Watching media trying to ask the Rear Admiral Jackson (The White House Dr) questions in ways that leaves an opening to attack @realDonaldTrump’s health after an amazing report, cognitive & otherwise, is like watching Dumb & Dumber 1:1,000,000 “So you’re saying there’s a chance!”

True dat.

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