Creepy Joe is Back for Halloween

Creepy Joe is Back for Halloween

Creepy Joe is Back for Halloween

He’s baaaack… Just in time for Halloween, Creepy Joe Biden has returned with his inappropriate antics to haunt the nightmares of young American women.

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On Friday, Biden was speaking at Irvine Valley Community College when he encountered a young teenager. Going into full Creepy Joe mode, he grabbed her by the shoulders, leaned in close, and whispered these words of Joe Wisdom:

“Now a very important thing I told my daughters and granddaughters — no serious guys until you’re 30!”

Being a regular teenager, the girl seemed repulsed by this old man coming onto her, even it was all in jest and in front of everybody. But this was the President of the United States, so she riffed as best she could:

“Okay, I’ll keep that in mind.”

Apparently a Secret Service agent saw Joe’s move on the girl, and tried to keep the reporter, Kalen D’Almeida, from filming. But to no avail — D’Almeida caught the incident and posted it to Twitter, where’s it’s been viewed about 3 million times.

He just can’t stop, can he? Just last month Biden cracked a joke at an NEA teachers’ union rally about a woman in the audience he said he knew:

“We go back a long way. She was 12 and I was 30, but anyway. This woman helped me get an awful lot done. Anyway.”

The NEA is one of the most leftwing groups in America, so naturally Joe was in safe territory. But other Americans have seen this inappropriate behavior happen over and over again.

Is this the way a president should act? Would any father or husband want to see a doddering old geezer grope their loved one?


What About Trump, Huh?

Whenever you criticize Joe Biden’s outlandish behavior toward women, you know his supporters will bring up Donald Trump in order to dog on Republicans. Well, what about Trump? Huh? Huh? 

Yes, in 2006, Donald Trump joked that his daughter Ivanka had “a very nice figure,” and that if she weren’t his daughter he might date her. Then, of course, there’s the infamous “grab ’em by the p***y” comment which emerged in 2016. And, Trump will also be deposed in E. Jean Carroll’s defamation suit she brought against him. Carroll claims Trump raped her in the 1990’s and damaged her reputation in 2019 after he denied the event happened. So yeah, there’s that.

Allow me some observations here:

  1. Trump is no longer president, nor has he held that office for nearly two years. Plus, there is no guarantee that he will be the GOP standard bearer in 2024, either, as growing numbers of Republicans state that they don’t want Trump to be their nominee. (For what it’s worth, that includes me, along with other active party members whom I know in my little corner of my very red state. There, I said it.)
  2. This tu quoque argument — also called “whataboutism” in modern parlance — is a logical fallacy. You don’t excuse bad behavior by pointing out other bad behavior. Nor should anyone write off Creepy Joe’s antics as “Oh, that’s just Joe being Joe.”
  3. Did I mention that Donald Trump is no longer president? So to those for whom Trump lives 24/7 within their noggins: Get over yourselves. Move on, for heaven’s sake. I am.


Why is Creepy Joe So Creepy?

Democrats can deny the obvious until the cows come home, but Joe Biden is showing more evidence of increasing dementia. And one of the hallmarks of the condition is sexually inappropriate behavior.

Four of these behaviors include sexually inappropriate comments and touching, along with undressing in public and public masturbation. I guess we can be thankful that we haven’t seen the latter two — yet. Add to that Biden’s stumbles with language, as well as forgetfulness, and getting lost on stage.

How much longer will Democrats insist that Creepy Joe is fit for the high office he holds?

Three years ago my father passed away at the extreme age of 95. While he showed typical cognitive decline of someone that old, he was always aware of his surroundings. He didn’t confuse his words or language. And he never, ever, acted handsy or made unseemly remarks to women. (For the record, my father never behaved like Trump, either). He was, first and foremost, always a gentleman.

But Democrats keep gaslighting us that “Joe is just being Joe.” Houston, we do have a problem.


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  • Cameron says:

    I’m annoyed that the Secret Service guy was more worried about a reporter than doing his job. Perhaps he should have found a way to get the President to move along before he started groping.

    As for Trump’s remark about grabbing? He was a Democrat Darling when he made that remark and they probably giggled about it like schoolgirls. It wasn’t an issue until he challenged Hillary as a candidate that they had a string of pearls delivered Next Day Air so they could clutch them in horror.

    • Scott says:

      They also take that remark out of context. He wasn’t saying that he had grabbed any women that way, he was saying that a certain subset of women are tramps, and that they would ALLOW rich / powerful men to grab them. Totally different perspective in the full quote, and not particularly complimentary to women who flock around rich and powerful men, so not surprising that the dems don’t want the full quote out there much.

  • Scott says:

    “How much longer will Democrats insist that Creepy Joe is fit for the high office he holds?” Until at least Jan 20th…

    Good post Kim

  • cheeflo says:

    Why is Creepy Joe So Creepy?

    Because he’s a creep.

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