Democrat Senator Jon Tester led the charge last week spreading false rumors against Trump VA pick Admiral Ronny Jackson.
Tester played point man to smear and slander Admiral Jackson with false allegations of inappropriate behavior.
Admiral Jackson withdrew his nomination after the false allegations were released and shared widely by the liberal mainstream media.
The Secret Service later came out and said the allegations were completely false.
But Tester cheered his smear attacks.
Senator Tester released a statement cheering Admiral Jackson’s withdrawal as VA pick.
On Sunday Dr. Ronny Jackson resigned as White House doctor.
Liberal #FakeNews media took out another good man.
Via Mike Cernovich:
A good man was destroyed by fake news. https://t.co/U1lz2HqC8e
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) April 29, 2018
White House physician Ronny Jackson will not return to his role as the president’s personal physician, according to two senior administration officials, after a string of allegations caused the Navy rear admiral to withdraw his nomination last week to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Sean Conley, a Navy officer who took over Jackson’s role as the president’s personal doctor last month, will continue in the role, the officials said.
Jackson bowed out last week after Montana Sen. Jon Tester, the top Democrat on the Veterans’ Affairs Committee, released a document summarizing allegations by current and former colleagues that Jackson overprescribed pills, drank on the job and created a hostile work environment. Jackson has denied the allegations and has returned to work in the White House Medical Unit.