Joe Biden’s doctor took one secret meeting that left everyone asking this scary question

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Joe Biden’s fitness for office is one of the biggest issues in the election after the debate.

But he hasn’t been honest with the American people about his condition.

And Joe Biden’s doctor took one secret meeting that left everyone asking this scary question.

Biden’s doctor met with a Parkinson’s disease expert

President Joe Biden’s alarming debate performance created a political firestorm.

The questions about mental and physical health grew after glitched and stumbled for 90 minutes on national TV.

Visitor logs reviewed by the Washington Examiner revealed that a Parkinson’s disease expert had visited the White House 10 times since November 15, 2022.

Dr. Kevin Cannard, a Parkinson’s expert at Walter Reed Medical Center, met with Biden’s personal physician, Dr. Kevin O’Connor, at the White House clinic on January 17 this year.

Walter Reed Cardiologist Dr. John Atwood was also at the White House meeting, according to the visitor logs.

Cannard’s LinkedIn account describes him as a “neurology specialist supporting the White House Medical Unit.”

His account said that his focus is on the early stages of Parkinson’s.

Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) served in the White House Medical Unit beginning under former President George W. Bush and was eventually elevated to the role of Physician to the President under former President Barack Obama before being given the additional title of Chief Medical Advisor under former President Donald Trump.

Jackson told The New York Post that the meeting of doctors at the White House was almost certainly about Biden.

“It’s highly likely they were talking about Biden,” Jackson told The Post. “He should only be [regularly] treating the President and the first family.”

O’Connor administered Biden’s annual physical and claimed he passed in February.

But Jackson has been sounding the alarm on Biden’s cognitive health for years.

Senator Roger Marshall (R-KS), who is also a doctor, said “many” medical personnel have “suspected for several years that the president might be suffering from Parkinson’s disease.”

“Sadly, over 500,000 Americans are afflicted by this progressive neurological condition. If the president of the United States is among them, the American people deserve to know before voting in November,” Marshall told The Post.

White House tries to downplay Parkinson’s speculation

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced a feeding frenzy from the press over Dr. Cannard’s visits to the White House.

She cited privacy reasons as the reason she refused to answer any questions about Biden’s doctors, even though Cannard’s visits are public record.

The rumors were swirling about Parkinson’s disease, so Biden’s personal physician made a rare public statement to try to quiet them.

“I want to share with you background on why Dr. Kevin Cannard visited the White House,” O’Connor wrote a memo. “Dr. Cannard has been the Neurology Consultant to the White House Medical Unit since 2012. He was chosen for his breadth of experience and expertise across the specialty of Neurology.”

“Dr. Cannard was chosen for this responsibility not because he is a movement disorder specialist, but because he is a highly trained and highly regarded neurologist here at Walter Reed and across the Military Health System, with a very wide expertise which makes him flexible to see a variety of patients and problems,” he added.

O’Connor said that Biden hadn’t seen a neurologist outside of his annual physical.

The questions are going to linger about what exactly is going on with Joe Biden’s health as long as he stays in the Presidential race.