Screenshot: White House Doctor Tries to Explain Why He Met With a Parkinson’s Expert And Hoo Boy

In a week marked by heightened scrutiny and concern, President Joe Biden’s physician, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, addressed the media on Monday evening to explain the frequent visits of a renowned Parkinson’s disease specialist to the White House. The visits, which occurred ten times since November 2022, have raised significant questions about the president’s health.
The Visits

Visitor logs revealed that Dr. Kevin Cannard, a Parkinson’s disease expert from Walter Reed Medical Center, visited the White House multiple times this year, with eight visits occurring in the past eight months. The frequent consultations led to speculation about President Biden’s health, especially given his age and recent public appearances.
Press Briefing Chaos

During Monday’s press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced a barrage of questions from reporters, particularly from CBS News reporter Ed O’Keefe. The briefing devolved into chaos as Jean-Pierre repeatedly declined to provide specific reasons for the specialist’s visits, citing privacy concerns.

“We cannot share names!” Jean-Pierre argued, adding that the White House has limits on what health information it can disclose.

Watch the confrontation here:

In response to the intense media scrutiny, Dr. O’Connor released a letter on Monday evening attempting to clarify the situation. He did not deny the visits but emphasized that the specialist consultations were part of routine care and not indicative of a new or worsening health condition for President Biden.

Here is the letter:

Dr. O’Connor absurdly claimed the exam found no neurological disorder such as stroke, Parkinson’s or other impairments.

Former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson, who treated President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump, isn’t buying it.

Dr. Jackson also appeared on Fox News to call out the Biden White House lies related to Biden’s cognitive decline.


We don’t care to know who saw him. All we want to know are the results of his cognitive exam. They have it and they know it’s bad and refused to release it. From my observation and considering that he had two aneurysms in the past, my educated guess is that he has vascular dementia. And unfortunately that doesn’t get better but it gets progressively worse.

George Rowe

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