Posted On July 21, 2022

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Gaffe? Or not? Biden claims to have 'cancer'

Joe Biden delivers remarks in National Statuary Hall on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 violence at the U.S. Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022, in Washington, D.C. (Official White House photo by Cameron Smith)

Joe Biden is more famous for his verbal gaffes and blunders than probably anything else. Well, except maybe for his promotion of abortion.

But now he’s unleashed something that probably should be explained: That he has “cancer.”

He was in Massachusetts to announce what he wants to do – as an executive and without Congress – to fight climate change, since Republicans and Democrats in Congress aren’t going along with him.

He said it’s an “emergency.”

Twitchy reported, “We’re a bit surprised the White House didn’t have Biden deliver the speech in the Nevada desert while telling everybody that’s what it looks like just outside Scranton now because of climate change.

“But if you weren’t already convinced that a few trillion more dollars should be spent and Biden should be able to do it without congressional approval, allow the president to use a personal story to explain how oil caused (and causes) cancer.”

The report then cited Biden’s claim about cancer.

On social media there was doubt:

“Does Biden have cancer? Was he supposed to say that?”

“This is sort of a big deal, no?”

Twitchy explained a possible scenario:

“Even though he used the word ‘have,’ Biden might have been referencing the removal of non-melanoma skin cancers that a White House doctor’s report last year blamed on too much time in the sun…”

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Abram Malitsky

Abram Malitsky
Abram Malitsky is a writer for NRN. He’s a retired electronics engineer, now citizen journalist specializing in terrorism and militant Islam.





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