Dogs may help cure cancer. How? Who knows? But President* Joe Biden is absolutely certain of it. On his first day back to work after he fell three times trying to board Air Force One, Biden made a trip to James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. There, he dropped a knowledge bomb on Americans:
By the way, dogs may help cure cancer.
“Not a joke. Dogs are able to … they’re using dogs now … to smell cancer in people’s legs, in people’s bodies, not a joke, it’s a fascinating thing,” Biden added. This much is true. A 2019 study found that dogs can indeed smell cancer in blood samples with amazing accuracy — 97 percent.
“The results could lead to new cancer-screening approaches that are inexpensive and accurate without being invasive,” the study found. Dogs really are amazing creatures and have absolutely been used to detect cancer in humans. But that’s detection. Not a cure.
As much as we can credit dogs for all sorts of amazing things, there isn’t a team of dog scientists tackling the issue. There’s nothing in dogs’ blood or anything else that is a magical cancer cure. And while doggy kisses feel nice and make you smile, they certainly aren’t going to do anything to cure your testicular cancer.
Joe Biden has for some time been thought to be in cognitive decline, and wild claims like this are part of the reason — that, and his propensity for forgetting simple things like the name of the Pentagon, appearing lost and disoriented, and more.
Joe Biden’s issues are so bad that Democrats recently introduced legislation that would require congressional approval before the President — Biden in this case — pushes the “big red button” and launches nukes. It may seem easy to laugh off the wild things Biden says, but remember — he is currently the most powerful man in the world, and Americans need him at his best. He’s clearly not there.
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