The concerns regarding President Joe Biden’s mental health have become increasingly apparent, given the numerous embarrassing gaffes and speaking mistakes he has made.
During a recent speech at the White House addressing mental healthcare access, Biden made yet another bewildering statement.
In his address, the president claimed that his administration successfully ended cancer. He confidently told the audience that he had promised to cure cancer and that people were skeptical about it, but they achieved it.
This claim was obviously not based in reality and left many people astonished.
The social media reactions to Biden’s statement reflected a sense of dismay about the perceived decline in the reputation of the nation during his presidency.
People sarcastically asked when this supposed “cure” had occurred, highlighting the absurdity of the claim.
Cancer remains a significant public health issue, affecting millions of people in the United States and worldwide.
If such a monumental achievement were true, it would undoubtedly make headline news for days and establish Biden as one of the greatest presidents in history. However, it is clear to most that this claim is far from reality.
While it is possible that Biden misspoke, given his mental state, there is also concern that he might genuinely believe his administration ended cancer. This further raises doubts about his fitness to hold the highest office in the country.
As time goes on, there may be more instances of strange and embarrassing comments from the president, which will likely fuel the ongoing debate about his mental fitness.
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Joe Biden claims he “ended cancer as we know it”
When did this happen?
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) July 25, 2023
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