Biden Preventative Counselor’s Philosophy Undermined: People Don’t Deserve to Live Past 75

U.S. presidential election Democratic candidate Joe Biden Joe Biden (Joe Biden) self-proclaimed election, 8 re-announced the launch of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) 12-person epidemic prevention team, but the U.S. media found that, among them, adviser Zeke Emanuel (Zeke Emanuel) has written an article advocating that “people do not deserve to live past 75 years,” which is not worthy of the Quite embarrassing for Biden, who is 77 years old.

According to Fox News, Joe. Biden’s new coronavirus adviser Emanuel, 63, who served as special adviser for health policy in the White House from 2009 to 2011 and is now one of 10 advisers to Biden’s epidemic prevention team, wrote “Why I Hope to Die at 75” in 2014, which refers to “living to At 75, the creativity, originality, and productivity of the vast majority of us has virtually disappeared.”

In his essay, Emanuel argues that the average human age increase since 1960 has been achieved primarily through increasing the lifespan of people over 60, but instead of the number of young people increasing, the number of older people has increased due to longevity, and it is true that there are fewer disabled people and more mobility among the elderly now compared to their counterparts 50 years ago, but the increase in average lifespan in recent decades seems to have been accompanied by an increase, not a decrease, in the number of people who are disabled.

Republican Senator Tom Cotton slammed Emanuel in a Twitter post, writing, “1 of Biden’s defense team wrote that living beyond 75 is not worth living. Americans want our country to be open and don’t want 1 creepy bioethicist who likes to play God.”