Tuesday, July 09, 2024

The Plot Thickens

 So, the New York Times is reporting that a noted physician who specializes in motor diseases has been regularly visiting the White House.  The guy is the leading doc in Parkinson's disease.  But, the reporting from the White House doc leads to more questions than it answers.

For example:

Instead, Dr. O’Connor implied that most of Dr. Cannard’s visits were related to treating other people who work at the White House. “Prior to the pandemic, and following its end, he has held regular neurology clinics at the White House Medical Clinic in support of the thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations,” Dr. O’Connor wrote.

First question:  Why do we have thousands of active duty service members assigned to the White House?  I could see a couple of hundred, but thousands? 

Second question:  How many of then have Parkinson's?  Jeez, it sounds like an epidemic?

I sincerely doubt that we have thousands of "active duty members" assigned to the White House, who all have Parkinson's.  A more complete explanation is in order.


Justin_O_Guy said...

I think you meant
We need an explanation that isn't complete Bullschitt.

Old NFO said...

Lemme find my shocked face, I know I've got it around here somewhere...

Termite said...

We are living in the movie "Idiocrasy".

All we need to complete this scenario is for Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Camacho to run for POTUS.

juvat said...

To quote Arthur Conan Doyle “ When You Have Eliminated the Impossible Whatever Remains, However Improbable, Must Be the Truth”
Worked then, works now!

Andrew said...

they all have brain damage