White House doctor Ronny Jackson announced this week that Donald Trump is in excellent physical and mental health despite all evidence to the contrary.

Seriously, Dr. Jackson stood before the press yesterday to proclaim that the only ailments affecting #45 were high cholesterol, hair loss, and that he could stand to lose a few pounds. But it was his claim that Donald is 6’3 weighed 239 pounds that has people scratching their heads.

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How could a 71-year-old man who consumes 12 cans of Diet Coke a day, regularly dines on fast food, and doesn’t ever exercise possibly have the same height/weight proportions as, say, Jay Cutler of the Miami Dolphins?

When asked about this, Dr. Jackson shrugged and said Trump must have “good genes.”

Either that, or he’s lying. Kinda like how he lied about the crowd size at his inauguration. And a million other things.

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And so began what is being called the “girther movement,” a community of skeptics who don’t believe Dr. Jackson and want to see Trump’s “girth certificate” with their own eyes.

In fact, someone has already offered $100,000 to anyone who can provide hard evidence that proves Trump is 6’3 and 239 pounds, a nod to that time racist Trump offered $5 to $50 million to anyone who could prove Obama was born in the United States.

Scroll down for our favorite #girther memes (so far!)…


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