Senator Oz would fight Pennsylvania 'elites' from his oceanfront Palm Beach mansion | Frank Cerabino

I think I need to clarify something about one of our Palm Beach residents who's been in the news lately.
His name is "Dr. Oz." His real name is Mehmet Oz, and he is a medical TV celebrity like "Dr. Phil” – only that Dr. Phil is a doctor like Julius Erving.
dr Oz has made a name for himself on daytime television promoting homeopathy, nutritional supplements, crash dieting and what critics have dubbed pseudoscience or medical quackery.
It turns out the green coffee bean extract pills he was promoting weren't a miracle weight loss discovery after all. Oh well.
dr Mehmet Oz believes in the metabolic and weight loss benefits of intermittent fasting.
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dr Oz wages war on 'elites'
Today, Dr. Oz more into political breakthroughs than medical ones.
He ran in the 2018 presidential election in Turkey and did not run in the US Senate primary in Pennsylvania that year. But for some reason he now wants to be a US Senator from Pennsylvania instead of a Turkish millet meclisi uyesi.
He is running in Tuesday's Republican primary to fill the seat vacated by US Senator Pat Toomey. And Oz is ahead in some polls.
Imagine that. To complicate matters further, Oz apparently lives out of state (New Jersey) away from his in-laws' address in Philadelphia or the stately oceanfront mansion he owns in Palm Beach.
I'll just focus on the last part: the oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, which I believe needs political triage.
Because when Oz was campaigning for the Senate seat, he portrayed himself as a regular guy waging war on "the elites."
dr ABC Television's Mehmet Oz speaks to guests at the Palm Beach Gardens Mall Saturday, April 2, 2016, in Palm Beach Gardens. The conversation with Dr. Oz focuses on health issues affecting South Florida residents including the Zika virus, fighting off diabetes and reducing the risk of heart disease. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post)
Oz likes to use the word "elites" to describe the troubled Americans he hopes to thwart.
"It's time to give power back to the people," he tweeted this week. “Liberal elites think the PA working class cannot think for itself. We know better.”
On another occasion, he accused "elite thinkers" of mishandling the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Elites with courts told those without courts to stay indoors," Oz wrote.
It's not uncommon for office seekers to single out the all-purpose "elites" - whoever they may be - as the enemy.
But I never thought a court would make you elite, or that Oz would be the one to point out this obvious hallmark of elitism.
Because it turns out that Oz has one of the most elite shipyards in America.
Palm Beach 'yard' includes a private beach
It unfolds from the 12,483-square-foot, 11-bedroom Palm Beach mansion he bought for $18 million seven years ago.
The yard there is about 150 wide, which is quite an elite size for a yard, and it opens onto a private beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
There is a private staircase connecting the sea wall to the surf at the end of the courtyard.
I don't think I'm taking a huge leap of judgment to conclude that Oz has an elite yard off elite waters.
I mean, it's not like his yard overlooks the C-51 canal with its occasional runoff of blue-green algae from Lake Okeechobee.
His yard is a private entrance to the Atlantic Ocean, the only ocean we have on the east coast.
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