Joe Biden, while most Americans struggle to survive in the current economy, was on his 100th vacation in St. Croix. It looks like Biden spent a lot of time in the sunlight because he was seen on his way to Washington, D.C. with a bad sunburn.
As he shook hands on the tarmac at Henry E. Rohlsen Airport, Christiansted, St. Croix before boarding Air Force One with Jill Biden, the 81-year-old president was displaying a striking sunburn.
Biden was beet red from his forehead down to his neck, exposed by the deep V in his collar.
A cancerous lesion on Biden’s chest was removed last year after his annual physical examination in February. White House physician Kevin O’Connor gave Biden a clean health bill, declaring that he was “a healthy and vigorous 80-year-old man who is fit to execute successfully the duties of the presidency, including those of Chief Executive, Head State, and Commander in Chief.”
This assessment was laughed at by many because Joe Biden does not exude health and vigor. The report did mention the lesion but treated its removal with no concern. The report of White House physician Kevin O’Connor stated that “one small lesion was removed today from the President’s chest and sent to a traditional biopsy.” Results are pending.
O’Connor revealed weeks later that the lesion had been suspected to be cancerous since its inception.
As expected, O’Connor announced in March, just a few days after the initial diagnosis, that the biopsy confirmed the basal cell cancer. “All cancerous tissues were successfully removed.” “No further treatment is needed.”
Biden appears to be severely burned in the photo below. It’s difficult to understand how Biden could be so negligent as to go out in the sun with no sunscreen, especially after the cancerous lesion was removed last year.
— New York Post (@nypost) January 3, 2024
Ouch! Who could be so irresponsible? Especially with the entourage, Biden has to have? He must have taken a nap at the beach and no one has woken him up.
According to the New York Post, excessive sun exposure can lead to skin cancer.
Numerous scientific studies and health officials indicate that tanning increases the risk of skin cancer and other diseases.
According to the American Cancer Society, most of the 1 million or so skin cancers that are diagnosed each year in the US are sun-related.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), premature aging can be a long-term effect of UV exposure. The damage may not become apparent for years after a suntan or sunburn.
The agency says that avoiding UV exposure is important for maintaining healthy skin.
We shouldn’t have been surprised to see that nobody was protecting Biden from sunburn.