The Biden Health Scandal: A Pattern of Omission and Deception Unfolds

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The latest developments in the controversy surrounding President Biden’s health have raised more questions than answers. The President’s physician since 2009, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, has come under scrutiny for his conduct and credibility. A closer examination of the President’s medical records reveals a pattern of omission, deflection, and misdiagnosis.

Despite growing concerns over the President’s mental and physical decline, the media has been largely silent, and Dr. O’Connor has given the President a “clean bill of health” in his annual physical exams. However, experts like Dr. Sanjay Gupta have called for the President to undergo detailed cognitive and neurological testing and share the results.

A comparison of the President’s three annual physical exams since 2021 reveals a repetition of similar phrases and omissions. For example, Dr. O’Connor‘s report notes that the President has “stiffness” due to spinal arthritis, but fails to mention the chronic pain that would accompany such a diagnosis or any need for therapy.

Furthermore, the report notes that a detailed neurologic exam was conducted, but fails to mention the results of any cognitive testing. The American Academy of Family Physicians recommends that clinicians evaluate patients for cognitive impairment, but Dr. O’Connor’s report does not mention such an evaluation.

The visit log for the White House residence clinic, where Dr. O’Connor and his colleagues meet with Dr. Kevin Cannard, a neurologist with expertise in Parkinson’s disease, raises suspicions. Dr. Cannard has met with Dr. O’Connor and other colleagues at the clinic on multiple occasions, but the purpose of these meetings is unclear.

Meanwhile, Rep. James Comer has called for Dr. O’Connor to testify before the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, citing his business dealings with the President’s brother and others. Dr. O’Connor’s alleged connections to these individuals have raised questions about his impartiality and potential ethical breaches.

In light of these concerns, it is clear that a full accounting is needed. The President can waive his HIPAA rights and allow Dr. O’Connor and other specialists to testify before Congress, providing transparency and accountability. Ultimately, a fitness-for-duty evaluation with cognitive testing is necessary to determine whether the President is fit to serve. Without it, his campaign for re-election is doomed.

John M. Williams, Sr.
John M. Williams, Sr.
Dr. Williams is a board-certified occupational medicine physician and Fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine who has performed thousands of examinations to determine workers’ fitness for duty. He has a consulting practice and has also served as a corporate medical consultant.

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