Late Night Letter Sparks Doubts About Biden’s Health Among Conservatives

The White House released a letter from President Biden’s physician addressing visits by neurologist Dr. Kevin Cannard to the White House, aiming to put to rest any concerns about Biden’s health. According to Dr. Kevin O’Connor, Cannard has only conducted neurological exams on Biden during his annual physical examinations and has not seen him at any other time. Dr. O’Connor emphasized Cannard’s extensive experience and qualifications, highlighting his role as the Neurology Consultant to the White House Medical Unit for the past 12 years.

In the letter, Dr. O’Connor detailed the results of Biden’s recent neurologic exam, stating that there were no findings consistent with serious neurological disorders, but acknowledging the presence of peripheral neuropathy in both feet. Despite the reassurances provided in the letter, the timing of its release late at night suggests that the White House may be feeling uneasy about public perceptions of Biden’s health. 


Conservatives are likely to view this letter with skepticism, questioning the transparency of the White House regarding Biden’s medical examinations. The fact that it took a late-night memo to address these concerns could indicate a level of anxiety within the administration about how the public will interpret the information. As the 2024 election looms closer, the health of the President will undoubtedly be a topic of interest and speculation among conservative circles.

Ultimately, the release of this letter may do little to alleviate doubts about Biden’s health, particularly among conservative Americans who are already wary of the administration. The timing and tone of the communication from the White House may only serve to fuel further speculation and skepticism about the President’s medical condition, raising questions about what else might be going on behind the scenes.

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