President says his administration "ended cancer as we know it"

 July 27, 2023

In a baffling moment, President Joe Biden declared this week that his administration "ended cancer as we know it."

According to Breitbart, the president's boast came as he spoke at the White House on Tuesday about his Cancer Moonshot program.

"We ended cancer as we know it"

"They looked at me like why cancer because no one thinks we can. That’s why. And we can. We ended cancer as we know it," the president told those in attendance.

Biden's comments quickly drew derision on social media, including from conservative commentator Greg Price, who tweeted, "The dementia is so bad that now he thinks he cured cancer."

Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke up as well, joking, "It's a sign of how bitter and polarized our politics are that there's so little gratitude toward Biden for having cured cancer or at least ended cancer as we know it."

Poll finds almost half of Democrats think Biden is too old to be president

"Some things should transcend partisanship, and a President having cured cancer should be one of them," Greenwald went on to add.

This was far from being the first time the president has made a bizarre or nonsensical statement and will no doubt add to the perception that he is mentally unfit for office.

Newsweek cited a Harvard CPAS/Harris Poll carried out between July 18 to and July 20 which found that 43% of Democrats think Mr. Biden is too old to be president.

Fox News contributor compares Jill Biden to Edith Wilson

Interestingly, this figure represented an eight-point increase since June and a 10-point jump from when the same question was asked in May.

What's more, Fox News contributor Liz Peeke wrote an op-ed piece this past February in she suggested that First Lady Jill Biden may adopt a role similar to that of Edith Wilson.

"After President Woodrow Wilson suffered a massive stroke in October 1919, leaving him paralyzed, his wife Edith effectively took over, concealing his disabilities from Wilson’s staff, his cabinet and Congress. Edith Wilson ran the country until the end of her husband’s term in March 1921," she wrote.

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