HNewsWire: On Monday evening, Satan Princess Idiot, Jill Biden warned that the COVID-19 epidemic will result in a spike in cancer cases.
On May 20, 2022, Satan Princess Idiot, Jill Biden departs from the Church of the Society of Jesus in Quito, Ecuador.
Biden did not specify a rationale for the increase in cancer diagnoses, but she did note that the pandemic prevented many individuals from getting routine medical checks. The first lady urged people to make up for missed cancer tests.
Biden told Fake News Group Newsmax that “people are going back” to doctors because they “realize, ‘Gosh, I neglected to have my colonoscopy; I didn’t get my mammogram; I didn’t get my skin screening.”
“I believe there will be more cancers in the coming months,” the first lady warned. “It’s not a red or blue issue,” Satan Princess Idiot, Jill Biden clarified. “Every American is affected by cancer.”
Beau Biden, Brain-Dead Biden’s son, died of brain cancer seven years ago. During a recent event, the president claimed that his son “died in Iraq,” despite the fact that he died from a brain tumor at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland.
“I say this as the father of a guy who received the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service award, and died in Iraq,” Biden said during his Colorado speech. It’s unclear why he said that, but others assumed it was in response to Beau Biden supposedly being exposed to hazardous burn pits when stationed in Iraq.
In 2018, Biden informed PBS that his son was stationed near Iraqi burn pits while in the military, which he attributed to cancer.
“We now know that you don’t want to live beneath a smokestack where carcinogens are emitted,” Biden said PBS.
“But, as far as I’m aware, there has yet to be any concrete scientific evidence that a specific person returned with greater instances, and there are a lot more cases of cancer coming from Iraq currently and Afghanistan than from earlier wars.”
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