Has Joe Biden Cured Cancer Yet?

Has Joe Biden Cured Cancer Yet?

Remember back in 2020, when Joe Biden said, if he was elected, he’d cure cancer? Back then The Guardian reported that Joe Biden has vowed to “cure cancer” if he is elected as president. The Democratic hopeful made the bold pledge at a 2020 election campaign rally in Iowa. The former vice-president, whose son died of brain cancer in 2015, told supporters on Tuesday: “I promise you if I’m elected president you’re going to see the single most important thing that changes America. We’re going to cure cancer.”

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His words were met with cheers and applause at the event in the city of Ottumwa. I wonder if those people are still cheering for Joe’s “cancer-curing” efforts?

Probably not.

After all, Biden couldn’t even handle a virus with a 99.8 survival rate. More people died under his watch than President Trump’s and that was BEFORE there was a “vaccine.” Of course, the vaccine doesn’t work as promised. Remember when Biden said if you got the vaccine, you wouldn’t catch COVID? That was amusing.

And then there was the time that Joe told the entire world that he currently had cancer, thanks to the oil industry. The New York Post reported that Biden said he has cancer, forcing the White House press office to quickly clarify that he was referring to skin cancer treatment that he had before taking office last year.

The remark initially appeared to be a stunningly casual health announcement during a speech about global warming in which the president 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.

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And let’s not forget his son Beau, who died of brain cancer, even though recently, Biden told everyone that Beau died in Iraq. Yahoo News reported that Biden erroneously said that his son, Beau, “lost his life in Iraq” during a speech in Colorado on Wednesday.

“I say this as a father of a man who won the Bronze Star, the Conspicuous Service Medal, and lost his life in Iraq,” Biden said.

How on earth do you forget how your son died just 7 years ago?

I guess that’s another sad side effect of dementia.

Also, his non-profit that was tasked with “curing cancer” after his son died (not in Iraq), also closed down… which doesn’t bode well for “finding a cure,” does it?

But based on all of that, it’s really not surprising that Joe vowed to cure cancer. So, when will Joe be ridding the planet of that terrible and deadly disease? Will he do it over the next two weeks, to give himself a midterm boost?

I can’t wait to find out…

Meanwhil, I saw this great tweet from right-wing comedian Tim Young, wondering if Joe had cured cancer yet… a question most Americans have…

Here’s what people had to say:

“No but he got his “annual” shot for the third time this year….”

“He’s working on Trunalimunumaprzure right now.”

“Come on man”

“He will announce it the morning of 11/8”

“Too busy blowing up pipelines.”

“He will right after he starts WW3” 

“He keeps curing it and then forgets what he did and has to start all over again.”

supposedly wiping cancer off the face of the earth to announcing a reignition of the Cancer Moonshot, highlighting new goals: to reduce the cancer death rate by half within 25 years and improve the lives of people with cancer and cancer survivors. I mean, that’s good, but it’s not ENDING CANCER.

So, I think it’s safe to say that Joe Biden is not going to cure cancer.

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