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Biden’s Doctor Met with Top Neurologist at White House Multiple Times

by Richard A Reagan

President Joe Biden’s health has come under scrutiny following revelations that a renowned neurologist specializing in Parkinson’s disease has made multiple visits to the White House

According to visitor logs, Dr. Kevin R. Cannard, a movement disorders specialist from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, has visited the White House ten times since November 2022, sparking speculation about the president’s neurological health.

Dr. Cannard’s visits were reportedly hosted by the president’s physician, Kevin O’Connor. Notably, one of these visits occurred on January 17, 2024, where Cannard met with O’Connor and two other medical professionals at the White House residence clinic.

The New York Post and Alex Berenson’s Substack, Unreported Truths, have reported that these visits might indicate ongoing concerns about President Biden’s neurological health.

Concerns have been growing about Biden’s physical and mental decline. Emeritus professors of neurology and other experts have observed symptoms consistent with Parkinsonism, including a masked face, reduced blinking, stiff gait, hunched posture, low-volume voice, imbalance, and mild cognitive disturbances.

Despite these observations, Biden has consistently downplayed the need for a comprehensive neurological and cognitive exam by independent physicians, citing his daily duties as sufficient proof of his cognitive health.

In a recent televised interview following a widely criticized debate performance, Biden dismissed calls for an independent cognitive assessment. “I have a cognitive test every single day,” he stated, emphasizing that his physicians have not indicated any necessity for further examination.

However, this assurance has done little to quell public concern, especially among those who view his health as a critical issue affecting his presidency.

Adding to the intrigue, Biden recently signed the National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act, aimed at increasing federal research funding and improving early diagnosis and treatment pathways for Parkinson’s disease. This move coincides with the growing speculation about his own health, raising questions about the motivations behind his legislative focus.

The administration has attempted to explain Dr. Cannard’s visits as routine interactions within the wide array of medical personnel who attend to the White House staff. However, critics argue that the frequency and nature of these visits suggest otherwise.

Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), a former White House physician, has been particularly vocal, accusing O’Connor and First Lady Jill Biden of orchestrating a cover-up regarding the president’s health.

The repeated visits by a top Parkinson’s disease specialist to the White House underscore the need for transparency and accountability from the administration. The president’s health is not just a personal matter but one of national significance, warranting clear and honest communication with the public.

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