Neurologist Destroys Biden Narrative: “He Has IT!”

A Dem neurologist went on NBC to discuss Joe Biden’s health, treating Parkison’s patients and it was absolutely terrible for the president.

Working in a Dayton, Ohio, clinical environment, Dr. Tom Pitts treats Parkinson’s patients. His area of expertise is neurology clinical interpretation, although he has never seen Biden, he claimed he could identify him with Parkinson’s “easily”—that clear-cut.

“Oh, sure, in the clinic, I see [people like Biden] twenty times a day. Pitts noted, “I mean, it is ironic since he has the classic symptoms of neurodegeneration.” I’m not sure what that’s ironic about, but let’s go on.

He mentioned word-finding problems as a symptom. “That is not, “Oh, I could not find the word.'” The degradation of the word-retrieval area is the source of this problem. He rejected the theory that Biden’s past stuttering accounts for the weaknesses we have observed in him. “No, this is not a speech disparity,” which is quite different from genuine word retrieval, “where you find a similar subject or talk around the topic.”

He also pointed out Biden’s “lack of arm swing” and “rigidity” in walking. “You see when he rotates, it’s sort of end-block turning,” says the guy pivoting on one foot. “It is not a rapid turn. So, one of the main parts of Parkinson’s disease is rigidity and bradykinesia, characterized by slow motion.”

“And he has that trademark… a tiny, monotone voice—that is a main symptom of Parkinsonism,” he said. This is also demonstrated in the video.

When asked if Parkinson’s is hard to identify, Pitts replied, “Slow movement, mass faces, hypophonia.” In essence, a medical student would face a correction if they failed to include Parkinson’s on the exam. A U.S. military member exhibiting Biden’s mental symptoms “would get med-boarded out,” he said.

Pitts stated, “We’re discovering [word] retrieval does not necessarily indicate you don’t understand what you want to say. I cannot speak to his capacity for sound judgment. His motor issues are getting worse. He suffers from Parkinsonism. That is true.”

“Show me an MRI,” he asked Biden’s doctors, challenging them. “Prove that he does not suffer from Parkinson’s disease. It’s important to ensure that your actions match your words. He most certainly does have it.”

Instead of the shorter Montreal Cognitive Assessment Trump claims to have passed, he believes both Trump and Biden should complete the normal testing—the main test for cognitive function.

Lester Holt of NBC asked, “You are a doctor, and you’re a Democrat. You sound as though you find the White House’s comments frustrating.”

“Well, you know, I am an American before anything. When we would report on the Soviet Union and North Korea, they just made up crazy things, like when North Korea could not keep their lights on and they said, “Oh, it was some malfunctioning power thing.” I sort of despise this kind of crap.”

Then he delivered the death blow to the Democratic Party:

“They had around four years to discover this—you know, this was a slow-motion wreck. They had about four years to search among 350 million people for one person capable of filling [Biden’s] spot. And here we are, trying to complete schoolwork and replace a man suffering from a neurodegenerative disease on the day before classes start.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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