Biden’s ‘Terrifying’ Condition Leaks After Freeze Ups?

President Joe Biden’s recent public appearances have sparked speculation among medical experts about his health, with concerns centering on whether he may be experiencing symptoms related to Parkinson’s disease. At several high-profile events, including the G7 summit in Italy and a Los Angeles fundraiser, Biden exhibited moments where he appeared to freeze or become disoriented.



During the G7 summit, he wandered off to interact with paratroopers, prompting Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni to intervene, while at the fundraiser, former President Barack Obama assisted him offstage during a seeming freeze.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dismissed these incidents as misrepresented in what she described as “cheap fake videos,” criticizing right-wing critics for pushing misinformation. She emphasized Biden’s close relationship with Obama as a factor in the L.A. incident, portraying it as a moment of camaraderie rather than a health issue.

Dr. Sheila Nazarian, a plastic surgeon from Southern California and a supporter of Donald Trump, pointed to videos where Biden displayed frozen facial expressions and diminished arm movement, characteristics she associated with a central neurological disorder like Parkinson’s. Dr. Ziad Nasreddine, a neurologist known for developing cognitive tests, highlighted Biden’s occasional confusion with names and dates as potential signs of concern.

The Parkinson’s Foundation lists trouble with movement and walking, a soft voice, masked facial expressions, and dizziness as early symptoms of the disease. Dr. Stuart Fischer, an internal medicine specialist in New York City, stressed the importance of a thorough investigation into Biden’s health due to his role as a public servant accountable to the electorate.

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