Another Creepy Moment? Watch Joe Stalk Kid at School Event, Grope Him & Wander Away
President Biden has undoubtedly been warned about getting too handsy with children, given that he has been credibly accused of groping them.
In the last month, however, Joe Biden has continued to be grabby with kids on multiple occasions, despite the creepy optics and the purported concerns about Covid.
President Joe Biden attended an event at Brookland Middle School with his wife Jill Biden, where he followed a young boy specifically with the intent of rubbing his shoulders. Watch:
Creepily follows the kid, gropes him, then wanders off. pic.twitter.com/yMdwjXgO7N
— Red Walrus (@_RedWalrus_) September 12, 2021
“Creepily follows the kid, gropes him, then wanders off,” Twitter commentator Red Walrus noted.
Indeed. Here is Joe Biden deliberately grasping the boy’s shoulders.
He just can’t keep his hands to himself.
The president then appeared to simply “wander away” in the middle of Jill Biden’s speech.
This wasn’t the only event this weekend where Biden awkwardly put his hands on a child.
At an event in Shanksville, Pennsylvania to honor the heroes of Flight 93, Biden was trolled by children wearing pro-Trump hats and T-shirts.
Biden was recently accused by a teenage girl of having pinched her nipples when she was eight-years-old. It was actually caught on camera.
Maria Piacesi was eight when she met Joe Biden in 2015 with her Uncle Senator Steve Daines and his wife. In the video, she is clearly groped.
“Did Joe Biden pinch you?” A user by the name of Jonathan Pasetti asked, to which Piacesi responded, “Yes.”
However, she later deleted her comment.
“Why did you delete the comment?” Pasetti asked.
“I have friends that would no longer be friends with me if they knew that,” Maria Piacesi replied.
Earlier in September, Joe Biden also made an odd comment to a 7-year-old boy at an event with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.
“Mr. President, look at that nice kid with the American flag,” Chuck Schumer said. “Say hello.”
“How are you, pal?” Biden asked.
“What’s your name?” Schumer said. “He can’t hear us.”
“How old are you?” Biden asked.
“Seven,” the boy responded.
“Oh, you’re getting old,” Biden said.
Biden also told the boy “don’t jump.”
The president apparently has poor judgment about what is considered to be in bad taste. One can add it to his poor judgment on everything else: From the withdrawal from Afghanistan to the federal vaccine mandates to the budget-busting spending bill. America will continue to be in trouble as long as Biden remains president.
(TLB) published this article from Becker News as written and compiled by Kyle Becker.
Header featured image (edited) credit: Biden/Boy/Twitter grab
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