(Breitbart) – Former Vice President Joe Biden made a campaign promise to “cure” cancer if elected president in 2020 during an event in the state of Iowa on Monday afternoon.
“I’ve worked so hard in my career, that I promise you, if I’m elected president you’re gonna see the single most important thing that changes America, we’re gonna cure cancer,” Biden told supporters in Ottumwa.
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) June 11, 2019
Biden has made eradicating the deadly disease a primary focus since his son, Beau Biden, lost his fight in 2015 with Glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. While vice president, he oversaw the Obama administration’s “Cancer Moonshot” — an initiative aimed at achieving a “decade’s worth of advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, in five years.”
After leaving the White House, Biden oversaw the Biden Cancer Initiative with a mission to “develop and drive implementation of solutions to accelerate progress in cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, research, and care, and to reduce disparities in cancer outcomes.”
He is no longer a part of the initiative since running for president.
Flashback: Trump Supporters Show Up To ‘Sleepy Biden’s’ Campaign Event In New Hampshire With A Bed
Trump supporters showed up to Sleepy Creepy Joe Biden’s campaign event in New Hampshire with a bed.
One conservative protester sat in the bed with a sleep mask on and held up a sign that said, “Decades of running — no wonder you’re SLEEPY, Joe!”
Other signs said, “Just Say No to Sleepy Joe” and “Healthcare for non-citizens??? You must be DREAMIN’, Joe”.
Spotted: GOP protesters outside Joe Biden’s campaign event in Concord, N.H. pic.twitter.com/BSHtuzImeL
— Stephanie Murray (@StephMurr_Jour) June 4, 2019
Biden spoke about the Climate Change hoax and other plans he has for this country at the very small International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Concord, New Hampshire.
Way to pack that small venue, Creepy Joe!
Crowd getting ready for Joe Biden’s second New Hampshire event today — this one at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Concord pic.twitter.com/g4bJWQZydk
— Eliza Relman (@eliza_relman) June 4, 2019