Dr. Oz BLASTS President Biden After Being Replace By Chef José Andrés!
President Biden asked Republican Sen. Herschel Walker + Mehmet Oz to quit their positions by the end of today.
Biden has just shocked everyone today with the decision to have Republican Senate candidates Herschel Walker and Mehmet Oz quit their positions on the nutrition counsel or be removed. Dr. Oz is NOT happy with the request and is now sounding off…
CelebnHealth247.com and CelebnPolitics247.com report that In a post on Wednesday, Oz, who is a candidate in Pennsylvania, said the administration sent him a letter requesting he resign from the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition.
A letter from the administration was shown in a video Dr. Oz released on the situation. The letter states Oz needs to resign or he will be ousted at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
Oz said in the caption of the video, referring to the U.S. government’s top infectious disease expert:
President Trump appointed me to two terms on the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition. The White House emailed me demanding my resignation by the end of the day. Clearly, Joe Biden can’t be around anyone who doesn’t completely fall in line with his fear-mongering authoritarian one-size-fits-all COVID handling. I am proud of my service and will not resign.
In the video he says:
It’s sad that he would politicize such an important issue like health. The doctor he should ask to resign is Dr. [Anthony] Fauci, for a multitude of obvious reasons.
Clearly, Joe Biden can’t be around anyone who doesn’t completely fall in line with his fear-mongering authoritarian one-size-fits-all COVID handling. I am proud of my service and will not resign.
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A similar letter was also sent to Walker, who is running in Georgia, a White House official said.
A White House official stated it is the administration’s policy not to let those running for federal office be on presidential boards.
The two candidates were nominated to the council under former President Trump in 2018.