Biden Asked To Take A Health Test After Latest Gaffe

( Republicans are now more concerned about President Joe Biden after his most recent slip-up on stage, and some are again calling for Biden to take a cognitive test.

In reference to the late Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN), who passed away in August, Biden was addressing at a White House briefing on Wednesday when he remarked, “Where’s Jackie?” Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), who served as the president’s physician for both former Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, has reportedly requested that President Joe Biden take “a cognitive test” in light of the president’s most recent slip-up and previous mistakes.

According to Jackson, it doesn’t take a neurologist to tell he’s in ‚Äúprofound cognitive decline.” The American people are aware of what is happening and don’t believe the commander-in-chief is up to carrying out his duties. The White House staff and the leftist media must cease protecting him from inquiries about his mental acuity and demand that he comply with my request for a cognitive test.

Since taking office, Biden had made many embarrassing mistakes in front of the camera, like when he gave a speech in July and appeared to read a directive aloud off a teleprompter. These “kinds of dumb gaffes have become par for the course for this administration,” said Rep. Greg Murphy (R-NC), a practicing physician and vice chairman of the GOP Doctors Caucus.

When Biden erred, Walorski, according to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, was “top of mind for the president,” and he was “identifying food security “congressional champions” and “acknowledging her outstanding work,” she said.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) claimed that the newest error by the president demonstrated his “diminished capacity,” which was “so glaringly obvious that even the White House Press corps couldn’t hide their anxiety.”

On Aug. 3, Walorski was killed in an automobile accident. In a statement, Biden and first lady Jill Biden expressed their shock and sadness at her passing.

On Friday, the president is anticipated to honor Walorski by approving a bill renaming an Indiana Veterans Affairs facility in her honor.