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Joe Biden Has Cancer?


After stumbling through countless speeches and taking a tumble off of his bike, Joe Biden is facing increased speculation about his mental and physical health.

He is already the oldest person to ever occupy the Oval Office, which has even some in his own party wondering if he is fit to serve the remainder of his term.

During a speech this week, he offered yet another reason for Americans to be concerned about his health.

According to the New York Post:

The remark initially appeared to be a stunningly casual health announcement during a speech about global warming in which he described emissions from oil refineries near his childhood home in Claymont, Del.

“That’s why I and so damn many other people I grew up with have cancer and why for the longest time Delaware had the highest cancer rate in the nation,” Biden said.

White House spokesman Andrew Bates referred The Post to a tweet from Washington Post columnist Glenn Kessler, who noted that Biden had “non-melanoma skin cancers” before he took office.

It’s unclear why Biden chose to use a present verb tense to describe his experience with cancer.

If his handlers are correct and this was just a reference to a previous diagnosis, it raises some serious concerns regarding why he doesn’t seem to know the difference between present tense and past tense verbs.

On the other hand, if he is suffering from another bout of cancer, such a revelation should be revealed in more detail, specifically information related to the severity of the disease and his prognosis.

Either way, the comment sparked widespread debate on social media.

It’s becoming clearer by the day why an increasing number of leftists who fought to secure Biden’s spot in the White House are now regretting their decision.

As The Hill reported:

“Unless Biden comes to his senses and announces that he won’t run again, a contentious battle for the nomination seems very likely,” Norman Solomon, founder of the progressive network RootsAction, told The Hill.

“The president may not realize or care that the trajectory of his policies has been taking him farther and farther from the Democratic Party base, but his distance from that base would likely be catastrophic for Biden if he tries to get nominated again,” he said.

As Biden’s popularity dropped to the low 30s, some of his former supporters began rethinking what the next two years could look like. Even if he runs again — as he has stated publicly and privately — the tacit pact that implies others in the party will step aside for him seems to be fading.

“The tone-deaf and self-centered thing for him to do would be to soldier on, insisting that he should be president until January 2029, while damaging the party’s prospects in the process,” Solomon added.

Solomon’s group was so angry that it put together an official campaign to stop Biden from running again and is already commissioning signatures.

Here’s a clip of his stunning admission.

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