Biden Conflicts Surface With Donor-Doctor at White House Visits

The latest revelation about Joe Biden’s potential conflicts of interest is sure to raise eyebrows among those who have long questioned the Democrat’s fitness for office. It turns out that a prominent neurologist, Dr. Kevin Cannard, who has had numerous visits to the White House, just happens to be a regular donor to Biden’s reelection campaign. Nothing suspicious there, right?

With ties to Walter Reed Medical Center, Dr. Kevin Cannard has found himself in the spotlight thanks to investigative efforts by the New York Post. Cannard’s contributions to Biden’s campaign date back to February 2020, and although modest in terms of individual checks, they add up to over $3,300. Republican lawmakers are now demanding answers from Biden’s physician, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, questioning whether these close financial ties could potentially influence medical assessments of Biden’s fitness to hold office.

This isn’t Cannard’s first foray into Democrat campaign donations, either. Aside from Biden, he has also thrown support behind failed Senate candidate Michael Franken—just another Democrat who fell short against a Republican powerhouse like Sen. Chuck Grassley. One wonders if this cozy donor-doctor relationship has any bearing on Biden’s continued insistence on his robust health despite what many have observed as a lackluster debate performance against Trump.

Rep. Ronny Jackson, who has provided medical care for both Donald Trump and Barack Obama, voiced strong suspicions that Cannard and O’Connor were likely discussing Biden’s health during a meeting on January 17, 2024. This wasn’t just any run-of-the-mill medical catch-up either; it included another notable doctor, cardiologist Dr. John E. Atwood. Meanwhile, the White House downplays the implications of such high-profile meetings, framing them as routine visits by a variety of specialists.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer is not letting this issue slide. He has formally requested a transcribed interview with O’Connor to clarify whether Biden's February health assessment was genuinely uninfluenced. The assessment declared Biden to be a healthy, vibrant 81-year-old capable of fulfilling presidential duties. However, given O’Connor’s past connections with a now-bankrupt healthcare company tied to the Biden family, there are growing concerns about the integrity of these medical evaluations.

While President Joe Biden continues to assert that he is the best candidate to beat Donald Trump in 2024, rising calls within the medical community and from his own party to undergo cognitive screening make one question the validity of his claims. As Biden digs his heels in, daring Democrats to challenge him at next year’s Democratic National Convention, skeptical conservatives can’t help but wonder if this is just another example of smoke and mirrors from a party that has perfected the art.

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