It is now abundantly clear that President Joe Biden’s mental health poses grave concerns. In fact, it is so unmistakable that it is hardly worth mentioning.
Biden always finds a way to lower the bar even further, despite all of his humiliating gaffes and peculiar speaking errors.
Biden’s speech at the White House on Tuesday about increasing access to mental healthcare was yet another indication of how severely deranged he is.
During his address, the president asserted that his administration had eradicated malignancy.
“I said I’d cure cancer and they looked at me like, ‘Why cancer?’” Biden told the audience. “Because no one thinks we can, that’s why. We can. We ended cancer as we know it.”
Biden: "I said I'd cure cancer they looked at me like, why cancer? Because we can. We ended cancer as we know it." pic.twitter.com/RI5JqxyG3A
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) July 25, 2023
Yes, Biden genuinely made this statement to a room full of reporters at the White House. He claimed that his administration had cured cancer, a disease that millions of Americans suffer from.
Obviously, many individuals reacted to the president’s peculiar statement by lamenting the decline in national prestige under Biden’s supervision. A Twitter user remarked, “We are an international joke.”
Biden just announced that he’s cured cancer
Yes, he seriously did
We are an international joke pic.twitter.com/fGEIU47usH
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) July 25, 2023
Another Twitter user responded to the comment with a facetious question about when the event occurred.
Joe Biden claims he “ended cancer as we know it”
When did this happen?
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) July 25, 2023
Now cancer is one of the most significant public health issues of our time, and it may be the most significant. If the Biden administration actually eradicated cancer, it would be front-page news for days, and Biden would go down in history as one of the finest presidents ever.
Everyone with a functioning intellect, however, is aware that this is not the case. Millions of individuals are currently undergoing treatment for cancer in the United States and throughout the globe. CONTINUE READING…