by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 22, 2022) — On Friday New York State citizen Robert C. Laity contacted Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra expressing his concern for the health of current White House occupant Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
In an email to this writer Friday morning, Laity attached a letter sent to Becerra as well as correspondence previously sent to Adm. Rachel Levine, MD, DHHS Assistant Secretary for Health and the Department of Aging and Community Living (DACL) of Washington, D.C. on the matter.
“In the past year I have had opportunity…to form an opinion as to whether or not D.C. resident Joseph R. Biden, who works and resides in the District of Columbia, is a vulnerable disabled and elderly individual who is being emotionally and or otherwise abused and may be suffering at the hands of others,” Laity’s letter to DACL Director Laura Newland begins.
“Mr. Biden resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in D.C. and frequently appears to be confused, feeble, distressed, irritable, confrontational and incoherent,” Laity continued. “In the interest of this person, I request that you investigate the situation. It is my opinion that this person could be in a situation where he is being manipulated by others and may be unable to seek help on his own to remedy the situation.”
Newland responded to Laity by email, referring him to Levine at DHHS. “As Assistant Secretary for Health, ADM Rachel Levine fights every day to improve the health and well-being of all Americans,” Newland wrote.
On February 14, Laity contacted Levine by email, attaching a copy of his letter to Newland and including her on the correspondence.
On April 11, Laity contacted Levine for a “status report” on his concern, referencing The Post & Email’s February 10 article.
Receiving no reply, on Friday Laity “escalated” his concern to Becerra, providing the previous correspondence to Newland and Levine. “To date I have received nothing in response to these grave concerns for the health, safety and welfare of President Biden,” Laity wrote. “For that reason it has become necessary, given the overt evidence that the President is a mental decline and may be the victim of elder abuse, to escalate this matter to your level.”
The full letter reads:
Xavier Becerra, Secretary
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Ave, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20201 April 22, 2022
Re: The Health and Welfare of
Joseph R. Biden, President of
the United States of America
Dear Secretary Becerra,
I have determined that it is currently prudent and advisable that I escalate this issue of concern to your attention. On February 10, 2022, concerned that President Biden may be a victim of elder abuse, I filed a letter of concern regarding the health and welfare of President Biden with Ms. Laura Newland, Director of the D.C. Department of Aging and Community living. The letter I sent Ms. Newland is attached for your reference.
The very next day, I was advised by Ms. Newland, to “contact the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services with my concerns”. I was provided the contact information for Admiral Rachel L. Levine, (ASH). I then communicated with Admiral Levine on February 12, 2022. The correspondence to Admiral Levine is attached for your reference.
After two months of waiting for a response of some kind, I contacted Admiral Levine again on April 1 1, 2022. That correspondence is attached for your reference. To date I have received nothing in response to these grave concerns for the health, safety and welfare of President Biden. For that reason it has become necessary, given the overt evidence that the President is in mental decline and may be the victim of elder abuse, to escalate this matter to your level.
Robert C. Laity
(Personal information redacted by the Editor)