Democratic Neurologist Diagnoses Biden With Parkinson’s Disease

Dr. Tom Pitts, a board-certified neurologist and self-proclaimed Democrat, has publicly stated that President Joe Biden shows clear signs of Parkinson’s disease, raising concerns about the president’s health. Pitts made these remarks during an interview with NBC News, asserting that he could diagnose Biden “from across the mall.”

Pitts highlighted several symptoms that he believes indicate neurodegeneration, including word-finding difficulties and rigid body movements. “I see [patients like] him 20 times a day in clinic,” Pitts explained. “It’s ironic because he has the classic features of neurodegeneration.”

When questioned about the possibility of Biden’s symptoms being related to his history of stuttering, Pitts dismissed the idea. He pointed out specific indicators such as loss of arm swing, slow movements, and en bloc turning, which are hallmark symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. “I could’ve diagnosed him from across the mall,” Pitts emphasized.

The discussion about Biden’s health intensified after reports surfaced that a leading Parkinson’s disease expert had visited the White House eight times during Biden’s presidency. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to confirm these visits, citing security reasons, despite the information being publicly available.

Pitts further criticized the White House’s handling of the situation. He argued that if a military member had Parkinson’s, they would be medically discharged, casting doubt on Jean-Pierre’s justification for not confirming the visits.

Biden has faced increasing pressure from congressional Democrats to reconsider his bid for re-election due to concerns about his health. Despite this, Biden has remained steadfast, insisting that he is the best candidate to defeat former President Donald Trump in the upcoming election.