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White House Doctor Now Has a Target on His Back

The Pentagon’s inspector general launched a probe into the extreme misconduct by the former presidential doctor, Ronny Jackson.

“What I can tell you is that the [Department of Defense] Office of Inspector General has initiated an investigation into allegations related to Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Ronny L. Jackson,” Dwrena Allen, the inspector general spokeswoman said.

Jackson allegedly drank on the job, overprescribed several medications and made a hostile work environment.

The horrible conduce came to light when President Trump nominated unqualified Jackson to become the secretary of Veterans Affairs.

Ronny Jackson withdrew his own nomination in April amid the revelations, which got detailed in a memo that was released by Jon Tester, the ranking member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, and was based on the interviews with twenty current and former coworkers of Jackson’s.

After Ronny Jackson withdrew, the Pentagon reported that documents about the allegations got forwarded to the inspector general who would decide if it warranted further investigation.

Jackson and the constantly lying White House have denied everything, with stupid Trump saying Democrats smeared a supposedly “great man.”

Trump’s anger was directed mostly Tester, who is up for re-election in a state that Trump won. Trump criticized Tester over him doing his job appropriately, disgustingly saying, “I know things about Tester that I can say, too. And if I said them, he’d never be elected again.”

Since Ronny Jackson’s withdrawal, the evil White House has confirmed he isn’t Trump’s personal physician anymore, but that he is still a Navy physician working at the White House.

Jackson was a White House doctor since 2006 and he had been promoted by the former President Obama back in 2013 to physician to the president.

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