Nearly a month after undergoing a physical exam, a troubling health update regarding Joe Biden has just come to light. Now, the former White House doctor is sounding the alarm on President Biden’s rapidly deteriorating condition, raising more serious questions about his ability to carry out his duties as Commander-in-Chief.
A lesion on President Biden’s chest that was removed during his annual physical exam last month had been diagnosed as basal cell carcinoma, his doctor said Friday. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, basal cell carcinoma is the most common form of skin cancer. Early detection usually results in minimal damage because of their slow growth.
Kevin O’Connor, the president’s physician, reported in a memo that a biopsy had confirmed the small lesion was basal cell carcinoma. O’Connor wrote that the area was treated during the biopsy and no further treatment is needed.
Over the weekend, Rep. Ronny Jackson – the former White House doctor for presidents Obama and Trump – spoke out about President Joe Biden’s cancerous lesion and said it is not just the lesion that should be removed.
“Biden is the cancer. He’s what needs to be removed, not the lesion they found,” Jackson said on FOX News.
In his inflammatory remarks, the congressman claimed that Biden’s physician was trying to distract from the bigger picture by highlighting less important health indicators.
Due to Biden’s leadership, the United States is the “laughingstock of the world,” Jackson added, adding that escalating tensions with Russia and China make it a very “dangerous time” for the nation to lack “influence and respect overseas.”
Rep. Ronny Jackson’s recent call to “remove Biden” from the White House is a completely valid request. With America now having an aging president who is 80 years old and with signs of rapidly deteriorating health, critical questions are being raised about whether Biden should remain in the highest office in the U.S. government – a role which requires cognitive stamina and endurance that might be beyond him now and worsen as he gets older. Whether one agrees or disagrees with Rep. Jackson’s words, this alarming situation highlights why we need to take a hard look at all our political leaders’ health before they are sworn in as the leader of our great nation.
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