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There's Reason to Question The No-Mental-Problems Reports on Biden

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Biden Business Partnership Creates A Conflict of Interest - Congress Investigating

WASHINGTON - eTradeWire -- To counter suspicions raised by reports (https://www.lawyersgunsmoneyblog.com/2024/07/wh...) that a neurologist and expbrain degenerative disorders , Dr. Kevin Cannard - who had never set foot inside the White House for some 10 years prior during his earlier appointment - was suddenly visiting in person almost monthly, the President's personal physician wrote a carefully worded letter (https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2...) which many are claiming shows that Joe Biden has no mental or cognitive problems, and that the expert's numerous visits to the White House were to treat others.

But a careful reading of the text suggests that it does no such thing, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf.

Moreover, serious doubt about the  completeness of the letter are raised by several reports showing that O'Connor has a serious conflict of interest created by a business relationship with the Biden family.

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These suspicions are so serious that Representative James Comer, the Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, has demanded that Dr. O'Connor appear in front of his committee to answer questions - presumably subject to possible penalties for perjury - "regarding his medical assessments of Biden and his private endeavors with the Biden family's business interests."
Comer to Newsmax: Is Biden's Doc Protecting Himself? (https://www.newsmax.com/newsmax-tv/james-comer-doctor-kevin-oconnor/2024/07/08/id/1171691/)

Especially now, in view of O'Connor's carefully worded letter (https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2024/07/Letter7.8.24.pdf) about Dr. Cannard's alleged non-involvement with the President, Banzhaf has suggested to Comer that he require the neurologist to also testify under oath before his committee.  The law professor points out that both doctors can be required to answer many pointed important questions without infringing upon HIPPA or the doctor-patient privilege.

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Voz also reported that The White House Physician Is a Close Friend of the Biden Family and Helped the President's Brother with a Business Deal in 2017 (https://voz.us/en/politics/240709/14371/doctor-...):

Below are some of the key statements in Comer's letter which apparently have led some news outlets to report that the neurologist and his frequent visits had nothing whatsoever to do with any cognitive difficulties Biden might be having, and that the sudden increase in the number of his visits to the White House (from none for 10 years, and suddenly about 1 per month) was to provide assistance with military personnel rather than Biden.

Professor Banzhaf, who has uncovered numerous misrepresentations in documents and statements from tobacco and other interests with something to hide, add his comments to each. [IN ORIGINAL]

Banzhaf suggests that the only way to get to the bottom of the various incorrect, misleading, and sometimes contradictory medical statements regarding the President's mental and cognitive health would be for both doctors to be required to answer very specific questions under oath.

http://banzhaf.net/  jbanzhaf3ATgmail.com  @profbanzhaf

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Source: Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
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