(National Sentinel) Retiring Him: In April Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester launched a smear campaign against then-White House physician Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, whom POTUS Donald Trump had selected to run the Veterans Administration.
Jackson was a good man who had served several presidents in his capacity.
But Tester, for some reason, had it in for Jackson.
It was just the latest Democratic attempt to trip up POTUS and obstruct him because that’s all Democrats do.
Tester claimed that Jackson had gotten drunk repeatedly while on duty “where his main job was to take care of the most powerful man in the world.”
Tester told CNN, the primary propaganda network for his party, that Jackson was known as “the candy man” inside the White House.
He claimed that during official overseas trips Jackson would cavalierly pass out drugs to those traveling with the president to “put them to sleep and then give them the drugs to wake them back up again.”
But as White House physician for George W. Bush and Barack Obama, Jackson received nothing but good reviews and evaluations.
Now, suddenly, Tester was telling a different story.
And though his accusations were nothing but garbage, Jackson was shamed into withdrawing from the VA nomination and then he resigned from the White House altogether.
It was a disgusting smear job by yet another America-hating Democrat.
Well, guess who’s one of the many vulnerable Democratic senators up for reelection in states POTUS Trump won in 2016?
You guessed it: Jon Tester.
And now POTUS is looking for a little payback. So he’s going to hold a campaign rally in Tester’s backyard later today — in a state he won by 20 points.
The president called on Tester to resign after smearing the good name of Adm. Jackson. He refused.
So now it’s on.
POTUS Trump will be campaigning for GOP Senate candidate Matt Rosendale and Rep. Greg Gianforte.
Tester, of course, won’t be there.
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