Does Joe Biden think the several allegations of touching women inappropriately are a joke? I mean, how else could you explain this incident at a union conference? The former vice president has begun laying the groundwork for his 2020 campaign. It’s happening. It’s in the works, but Me Too drama has struck. He’s a handsy kind-of-guy, Joe Biden. And for more than a few women, his displays of affection crossed the line into creep city. Biden hasn’t apologized for allegedly touching these women inappropriately, only releasing a video saying that he won’t manhandle any more women on the stump. So, whom does he grab next? Well, that would be kids, but don’t worry—he got their permission.
At the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Conference at the Washington Hilton, Biden brought up some kid, put his arms around him and said, “He gave me permission to touch him all right?...Everyone knows I like kids better than people.”
“He gave me permission to touch him all right?” Biden says defensively. “Everyone knows I like kids better than people.” pic.twitter.com/elwhLMylA0— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 5, 2019
"He gave me permission to touch him," Biden says, reaching out and putting his arm around a boy— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 5, 2019
Joe Biden invites kids on stage for his speech - he politely shakes their hands— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 5, 2019
If anyone thinks that the Biden/kids moment was not completely staged…— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 5, 2019
“By the way, he gave me permission to touch him.” — Biden calls young children to the stage at first public remarks since #metoo allegations began.... what is happening????? pic.twitter.com/643UTLixDM— Amanda House (@AmandaLeeHouse) April 5, 2019
Okay, staged or not, it just adds to the history of Joe Biden as someone who always puts his foot in his mouth, an attribute the former VP has admitted. From “this is a big f**king deal” to saying that Barack Obama was the first articulate and clean black man to run for president, Joey boy always has something to say that could nowadays talk him right out of his presidential ambitions. Oh, and do we need to rehash what he said about Indian people and 7-Elevens. I don’t think Joe Biden’s allegations are even near the territory that warrants legal action, but in today’s world, it still could be construed as sexual harassment. For a party that’s tried to own tackling this issue, despite hordes of creeps within their ranks, this could be a problem for Joe. Also, in light of renewed allegations of sexual misconduct by the late Michael Jackson, you really going to make a comical remark about touching kids? Hey, these are not my rules. These are the Left’s rules.