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Biden’s Newly Appointed Coronavirus Task Force Member Says “Living Past 75 Is Not Worth It”


This is quite concerning.

Biden’s newly appointed coronavirus task force member rhetoric sounds like someone who is in favor of population control.

Dr. Zeke Emanuel who was chosen as one of  Biden’s 10 advisory board members previously wrote an essay in the Atlantic magazine about how living past 75 isn’t worth it.

The crazy part about his comment is that Biden’s already 77!

Does Dr. Emanuel believe it’s time for Biden to kick the can already?

Biden seems to be making moves as if the electoral college already cast their votes.

There’s still to be major court cases ahead and Biden is making decisions as if he’s inaugurated tomorrow.

What a joke.

Fox News covered the story and had this to add:

Oncologist Dr. Zeke Emanuel, one of 10 advisory board members named to Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force, argued in a 2014 essay that he doesn’t want to live past 75.

Emanuel, 63, wrote that “by 75, creativity, originality and productivity are pretty much gone for the vast, vast majority of us” in his 2014 essay “Why I Hope to Die at 75.”

Biden is 77.

“Since 1960, however, increases in longevity have been achieved mainly by extending the lives of people over 60. Rather than saving more young people, we are stretching out old age,” Emanuel wrote in the essay.

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The Daily Mail covered Dr. Emanuel’s strange words too:

Dr. Zeke Emanuel, one of the 10 advisory board members appointed to Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force on Monday, once argued in an article that life is not worth living after 75.

The declaration, made in a 2014 Atlantic essay titled ‘Why I Hope to Die at 75’, could raise some awkward questions, considering the fact the president-elect is 77, and that Emanuel is now entrusted with protecting the nation’s elderly from COVID-19.

The oncologist, 63, wrote at the time that he believed by 75, ‘creativity, originality and productivity are pretty much gone for the vast, vast majority of us.’


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