Biden’s daily meds reportedly revealed, leaves questions about what’s missing

Investigative journalist Paul Sperry detailed the daily medication President Joe Biden is supposedly taking, but the list struck many on social media as being incomplete.

“Biden has been taking the following pharmaceuticals: Eliquis, Crestor, Pepcid, Dymista and Comirnaty,” Sperry posted on X.

He did not offer any context or state how he came upon the information, other than to suggest that the story was “developing.”

A quick Google of the drugs shows that Eliquis is an anticoagulant medication used to reduce the risk of blood clots and strokes — the president suffered a blood clot in his lung in 1988. Crestor is used to reduce bad cholesterol levels, Pepcid helps control heartburn and stomach ulcers, and Dymista is used to treat seasonal allergies.

The fifth drug listed, Comirnaty, is a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine that does not contain SARS-CoV-2, which suggests a recent vaccination.

Given the level of trust that exists today regarding this administration’s statements, there is no reason to trust any pharmaceutical list that might be put out there or any scoop some well-positioned person may be willing to divulge.

Social media users were certainly not buying for a second that the drugs on the list is all that the 81-year-old cognitively challenged president takes — here’s a quick sampling of some of the responses to the story, as seen on X:

Tom Tillison

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