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WATCH: This Was The Sexual Assault PSA Joe Biden And Lady Gaga Starred In

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Former Vice President Joe Biden has come under fire recently for multiple accusations of sexual harassment. Democrats, in their typical hypocritical fashion, brushed Biden's hair smelling, cheek kissing and shoulder touching as just a "Joe being Joe" kind of deal. But let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we?


Back in 2017 Biden teamed up with Lady Gaga to film a public service announcement "to stop sexual assault." 

"I'm here with not only a great friend but a fierce advocate. Lady Gaga has been a voice for people who have been forgotten and for people who have been abused until it happens to you," Biden says during the video. "Well it happened to her and she's shown enormous courage and we want to make it real clear it's on us – it's on everyone – to intervene, to stop abuse when they see it and when they hear about it to intervene."

"No man has a right to raise a hand to a woman for any reason other than self-defense. Ever. Period," Biden said."

"And that's not to leave out the men as well," Lady Gaga interjected. 

"That's true," Biden replied.

"I'm a sexual assault survivor. And I know the effects, the aftermath, the trauma: psychological, physical, mental," Lady Gaga explained. "It can be terrifying waking up everyday feeling unsafe in your own body. But we're here to remind you that it's important to reach out to someone in your life that you can trust and to know that they will be there to help you. There will someone there to listen because you know what? It's on us."

The video was part of the "It's On Us" campaign to put an end to sexual assault. 


Specifically, the campaign wanted people to take the pledge:

To RECOGNIZE that non-consensual sex is sexual assault.

To IDENTIFY situations in which sexual assault may occur. 

To INTERVENE in situations where consent has not or cannot be given.

To CREATE an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable and supported.

It's rather ironic that the Democrats continue to shield Biden from these sexual assault allegations. They claim to be the party of minorities, the champion of women but they can't even condemn Creepy Joe's behavior. 

Apparently he's important enough in the Democratic Party to star in public service long as he's exempt from being held to the same standard as everyone else. How typical, right?

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