Heart surgeon, television personality ‘Dr. Oz’ runs for Pennsylvania senate | Nightline

Dr. Mehmet Oz joined a crowded race as a Republican and has cast himself as someone who can fix a broken system that has been made worse by the pandemic.

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29 thoughts on “Heart surgeon, television personality ‘Dr. Oz’ runs for Pennsylvania senate | Nightline

  1. My fellow PA citizens. Dr. OZ is not a republican. He has never spoken "for" any of the issues we hold dear. He is not MAGA. He is a trojan horse. Please use your mind and common sense.

  2. I believe a talk show host and an actor is not what America needs. Has he served in the military and/or government? An elite thinker? He is a member of the celebrity elite just like Donald Trump. Thank you.

  3. I used to really like him back when he only had his show on the Discovery Health channel. No one ever seems to talk about that show for some reason; they only talk about when he was on Oprah. He talked about so many interesting and relevant issues in the American healthcare system on that show. But I feel like since he got his current show, he kind of sold out. If he really wanted to make people aware of all the problems and do something about it, he could easily use his show as a platform to make it happen. In the beginning, he was sort of doing that, when he would bring regular people who were struggling with difficult medical issues on the show, (often uninsured,) and get them the help they needed. But lately, with all the celebrity interviews and games and pushing all the supplements and stuff, I feel like he's wasting his platform. Dr. Oz already had so much money and a successful career as a surgeon. He could have used his fame and his show could to be the biggest driver of healthcare reform in the United States. But he just doesn't do that and it's disappointing.

  4. Oh no, not another one :(. I love how he calls the other side 'elites'. Dude look in the mirror! You went to med school, you're wealthy and famous! YOU are the "elite"! Oy the projection is real!

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