G. McConway
July 26, 2023

Biden Just Claimed He Cured Cancer… Uhm, No

Well, I think it is time that Joe Biden gets a mental health checkup.

On Tuesday, Joe claimed that his administration has “ended cancer as we know it,” reported Fox News.

Last year there were more than 600,000 cancer deaths reported in the United States, so, no, Joe, you did not cure cancer.

Just Wrong

Cancer rates are declining and the technology that has been introduced over the last decade has been amazing on this front, to say the least.

Having said that, cancer is far from cured.

Per the National Institutes of Health (NIH), there are 5,370 new cancer diagnoses every day.

NIH reports, “In 2023, 1,958,310 new cancer cases and 609,820 cancer deaths are projected to occur in the United States.”

The agency further states that there has been an overall mortality decrease of about two percent annually for “leukemia, melanoma, and kidney cancer, despite stable/increasing incidence, and accelerated declines for lung cancer.”

Now, I would hardly call a two-percent decline having “ended cancer as we know it.”

Do you know what the really sad thing is… there are liberals out there right now telling people that the Biden administration cured cancer because they saw the demented old man say this…

Needless to say, those of us that do not drink Kool-Aid were not so quick to anoint Joe as our savior.

Here are just a few of the reactions…

The fact of the matter is that while there is progress, the cure for cancer is still quite some ways away.

Even the best technology we have is unable to cure certain types of cancer, merely offering a better quality of life in the time the cancer patients have left.

I can only imagine how this is being treated on an international stage… the world is literally hysterically laughing at this clown show that is currently living in the White House.

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