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Oh my, does he really believe this, or is it his dementia? Joe Biden says his administration effectively “ended cancer as we know it.”

I’m not kidding. His exact words were:

“One of the things I’m always asked is… why Americans have sort of lost faith for a while on being – being able to do big things.

“‘If you could do anything at all, Joe, what would you do?’ I said I’d cure cancer.

“And 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 video below proves the words above are true. And Biden seems to be slurring his words.

While doctors worldwide are finding new ways to treat cancer, sadly, no country in the world, including the U.S., has ended cancer as we know it. However, the facts prove his administration hasn’t cured cancer, and unfortunately, his statement seems to prove they haven’t cured dementia either.

The American Cancer Society projected that 2023 would see 1,958,310 new cancer cases in the US and 609,820 deaths.

That doesn’t seem to agree with the President’s claim. The President’s claim doesn’t agree with the official transcript:

“If you could do anything at all, Joe, what would you do?”  I said, “I’d cure cancer.”  And they looked at me like, “Why cancer?”  Because no one thinks we can.  That’s why.  And we can.  We can end cancer as we know it.

This statement will be part of the files the elite Democrats will use to try and push Biden (and Harris) off their presidential election ticket.



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