Joe Biden Claims to Have ‘Ended Cancer as We Know It’

In remarks delivered in the East Room of the White House Tuesday, Joe Biden claimed that his administration has “ended cancer as we know it.” The 80-year-old made the bizarre claim while announcing new policies designed to expand access to mental health care.

Biden said that he is often asked that if he could do anything at all, what would he do, and proceeded to list his four most important objectives.

“I said I’d cure cancer and they looked at me like, why can’t you because no one thinks we can. That’s why. And we can. We ended cancer as we know it,” Biden said in muddled remarks.

“Deliver on our sacred promise to veterans, which is the second thing I think is critically important,” he continued. “Thirdly was beat the opiate epidemic which we’re still fighting very hard. And forth is to tackle the mental health crisis, which is why we’re here today.”

The White House transcript quotes Biden as saying “we can end cancer as we know it,” which is apparently what he was supposed to say, but did not.

Biden also inaccurately stated that COVID-19 has claimed the lives of more than 100 people.

“We’re still feeling the profound loss of the pandemic as I mentioned, over 100 people dead,” Biden said somberly. “That’s 100 empty chairs around the kitchen table,” he added.

There have been nearly 7 million COVID-19 deaths worldwide since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the World Health Organization dashboard. 

In the official transcript, the White House acknowledged Biden’s error. “As I mentioned, we have over 100 [1 million] people dead. That’s 100 [1 million] empty chairs around the kitchen table,” the transcript reads.

In another off-key remark, Biden quipped that he didn’t know “the difference between breaking your arm and having a mental breakdown.” He added, “it’s health. There is no distinction. It’s health.”


Joe Biden’s claim to have cured cancer comes amid sky-rocketing cancer rates, especially in young people since the rollout of the COVID vaccines.  While experts claim to be baffled by the cancer epidemic, studies are showing a link to the mRNA injections.

A new Belgian study published in the National Library of Medicine New Study showed that two doses of the Pfizer mRNA shots induced malignant lymphomas in mice. Two days after the second Pfizer dose, one of the fourteen mice (7 percent) died suddenly of “turbo cancer.”

“Two days following booster vaccination (i.e., 16 days after prime), at only 14 weeks of age, our animal suffered spontaneous death with marked organomegaly and diffuse malignant infiltration of multiple extranodal organs (heart, lung, liver, kidney, spleen) by lymphoid neoplasm,” the authors of the study said.

Dr. Ryan Cole, a pathologist from Idaho, has been ringing alarm bells on the lipid nanoparticle-delivered spike protein’s link to cancer for years now.

“It’s not just me anymore, many pathologists from around the world are seeing it,” the doctor told Jan Jekielek of Epoch Times’ American Thought Leaders. Cole said he spoke recently with an oncologist in England who has seen “lymphomas, myelomas, leukemias, at rates he’s never seen in his 40 years of practice.”

Cole said he also spoke with an oncologist from Texas who said he has seen patients who were cured of cancer 5, 10, even 20 years ago, suffer a relapse.

“After their shot, second, third, fourth, cancer is back like wildfire,” he said.

Many Americans were forced to get the COVID injections against their will in order to keep their jobs because of Biden’s draconian vaccine mandates.

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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: US President Joe Biden speaks about expanding access to mental health care in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, on July 25, 2023. (Photo by Mandel NGAN / AFP) (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)