More Joe Biden Stories Are Coming Out: “Anybody Who’s Ever Been Around Joe Biden Has Been Touched By Him – Literally”

For years, conservatives have been pointing out Joe Biden’s extremely inappropriate behavior with women and children, but the mainstream media almost entirely ignored it. But now that some victims on the left are coming forward and speaking out, all of a sudden the mainstream media is all over this story. 

Could it be possible that the media has been given the green light to destroy “Creepy Uncle Joe” because someone else is slated to get the Democratic nomination? 

No new polls have been released since this scandal went viral, but an average of the previous six polls shows Biden with a solid 7.4 point lead over the rest of the field.

And even though he is not the most charismatic politician in the Democratic field, he is still widely loved by many on the left, and many people believed that he had the best chance of beating President Trump in November 2020.

But not now. Lucy Flores dealt the first blow, and now more women are coming forward with their own stories. 

Christian Science Monitor reporter Linda Feldmann recalls her encounter with Biden very vividly.  She was up in Connecticut on a very hot day to report on a political event, and the thing she remembers most about that day is “Mr. Biden’s sweaty arm”…

“We were at an outdoor event in Glastonbury, the sun blazing overhead, and I noticed the senators standing around chatting. I walked over and introduced myself. Senator Biden greeted me warmly – and then threw a sweaty arm over my shoulder, and gave me a squeeze.

I cringed a little internally; I had never met Mr. Biden before. But I chalked the overly friendly gesture up to his personal style, and maybe a generational difference. I proceeded to interview the senators, but the thing I remember most vividly is Mr. Biden’s sweaty arm.

As Gail Russell Chaddock, a longtime congressional reporter for the Monitor put it, “Anybody who’s ever been around Joe Biden has been touched by him – literally.

Clearly Feldmann was not as offended by this encounter as Lucy Flores was, but she did admit that she “cringed a little” when Biden grabbed her.

What former congressional aide Amy Lappos is alleging is much more disturbing.  On Monday, she told the Hartford Courant about the time that Biden inappropriately touched her…

“It wasn’t sexual, but he did grab me by the head,” Amy Lappos told The Courant Monday. “He put his hand around my neck and pulled me in to rub noses with me. When he was pulling me in, I thought he was going to kiss me on the mouth.”

Like so many of Biden’s encounters, it was relatively brief, but Lappos continues to be traumatized by this memory to this day:

“I never filed a complaint, to be honest, because he was the vice president. I was a nobody,” Lappos said. “There’s absolutely a line of decency. There’s a line of respect. Crossing that line is not grandfatherly. It’s not cultural. It’s not affection. It’s sexism or misogyny.”

Of course these new allegations are not exactly shocking to those of us that have been following this story for years.

As Vox has noted, Biden has a very long history of touching women in inappropriate ways:

“Biden’s been caught on camera embracing a female reporter from behind and gripping her above her waist, just below her bust. At a swearing-in ceremony for Defense Secretary Ash Carter, Biden put his hands on the shoulders of Stephanie Carter, Carter’s wife, and then leaned in and whispered into her ear. (He’s whispered into many women’s ears.)

“He’s also touched women’s faces and necks during other photo ops. Once at a swearing-in ceremony for a US senator, he held the upper arm of the senator’s preteen daughter, leaned down and whispered into her ear, as she became visibly uncomfortable. Then he kissed the side of her forehead, a gesture that made the girl flinch.

Alexander: There are innumerable videos online that show Joe Biden touching inappropriately not only women, but CHILDREN as well (and whispering into their ears):

In this clip, former Vice President Biden uses a candid moment to fondle the chest area of a little girl — in front of her entire family. Her visible discomfort is extremely obvious. pic.twitter.com/PXZx68KEGe

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

If that wasn’t disturbing enough, in this clip, Biden not only touches a young woman but smells her hair, kisses her, whispering something into her ear, only to tell her “see you back home, I hope” after visibly creeping out her and who I assume is her mother. pic.twitter.com/WrFLWmAPFJ

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

As former VP, Biden had a habit of smelling the hair of women and (particularly) little girls. In this clip, he fixes the hair of a little girl, conveniently placing his hands near her chest area. Her and the other young girl beside her clearly seem uncomfortable by it all. pic.twitter.com/fpER7WB604

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

In this clip, Biden swears-in (R) Senator Jim Risch. During photographs, Biden touches Risch’s daughter, specifically asking to take a photo alone with her. You can hear Risch say “Dad’s going to stand pretty close.” (I wonder why?) Biden even jokes and says, “If I was young…” pic.twitter.com/LLqJ4guU0q

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

In this clip at another swearing-in ceremony, former VP Biden starts strangely sniffing the hair of a very young girl (he just met) repeatedly, also kissing on her. This man clearly has no boundaries. pic.twitter.com/MxYxEJVDRR

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

Biden almost always seems to immediately inquire about the age of the girls he meets during these ops. He also has a habit of creepily saying “no serious guys till you’re 31.” “Serious” guys? The way he handles young girls is discomforting to watch. You can see it on their faces. pic.twitter.com/AH0V41WiQG

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

In this clip, Biden grabs onto a little girl he just met, continuing to grab her with one hand as he uses his other to shake hands with those he’s being introduced to. Very awkward. He then starts stroking her face repeatedly. pic.twitter.com/NhHkuthDb6

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

A lot of the family members involved in these awkward moments don’t know how to respond to Joe Biden preying on their young female relatives. Jeff Sessions, however, knows exactly what to do. Watch as he swats Biden’s hand from touching his granddaughter. Wonder why he’d do that? pic.twitter.com/YNw5ZHlXWP

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

Former VP Joe Biden doesn’t just target little girls. Watch as he grabs onto the shoulder’s of Ashton Carter’s wife, Stephanie, smelling her hair. She’s clearly surprised by his awkward behavior. pic.twitter.com/nerOikRQcZ

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

Why must former Vice President Joe Biden habitually smell the hair of the women, little girls, and babies he meets? pic.twitter.com/U53mdueVFi

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

No woman is safe from Joe Biden’s creepy disposition. Not even Hillary Clinton herself. Watch as he awkwardly embraces her for a particularly long amount of time. She keeps patting his arm as a gesture to let go, but he refuses. pic.twitter.com/u9YQilkON3

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

The media has even acknowledged that former Vice President Joe Biden clearly has a problem controlling his behavior around women and young girls. pic.twitter.com/kGgZfB9mst

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 13, 2017

Former VP Joe Biden has a quote he tells practically every girl he met during those taped confirmation hearings.

“No dating till you’re 30.”

In this clip, he asks a little girl if she remembers what he told her the last time they interacted together. What do you think he said? pic.twitter.com/tykYacaI85

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

Think about it.

“You’re turning 11. You’re beautiful. Just remember: No dates till you’re 30.”

Is it a joke? A rule. A requirement. A demand?

Why shouldn’t a young women be able to date until she’s well-past maturity?

Former VP Biden has said it so much, a montage exists. pic.twitter.com/SdWqn8mSIa

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

The footage from former Senator Kelly Ayotte’s swearing-in was one of the most awkward encounters. I’ve broken it into 2 parts. In this clip, Ayotte’s daughter Billy impatiently enters the staging area ahead of schedule. Former VP Biden notices.

“Who’s that beautiful child?” pic.twitter.com/oGdQyt7s8g

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

After strangely asking 6 y.o. Billy if she was 17, telling her she can do “whatever she wants,” former VP Biden proceeds to have an awkward exchange with Kelly, stroking Billy to the point it almost seems Kelly asks her son about the “cameras” intentionally.

You decide. pic.twitter.com/pzA2jN3aM4

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

One awkward moment after another. The mother’s discomfort is clearly noticeable when Biden meets and poses with the children in her family. She strangely asks if picture taking is over early. Biden tells the kids “keep the boys away from their sisters.” Sons called “protectors.” pic.twitter.com/Esa0SEWyze

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

In this exchange, Senator Sullivan himself wonders if the picture-taking (& likely Biden being around his kids) is over. During the picture-taking, Biden physical moves Sullivan’s daughter towards him, clutching onto her side. She even calls out for her father twice in confusion. pic.twitter.com/9voIJ10mG9

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

Visibly perturbed family members seem to be a running theme at these Biden led swear-ins. During this one, a family member almost looks as if she’s using the prop she’s holding to mask Biden’s roaming hands, which are on her younger female relative. pic.twitter.com/o2fVhe5hda

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

During this confirmation swear-in ceremony, the senator involved loudly (and intentionally?) reminds Biden of his position by saying “this is the Vice President of the United States.” Hair sniffing and eery whispers by Biden make an comeback in this clip. pic.twitter.com/9RSV1fOGoT

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

In this clip, Senator Cantwell introduces former VP Biden to her nieces, who all look visibly uncomfortable in his presence. The former Vice President then says “it’s ripe” while whisper-speaking with Cantwell’s young nieces. What on earth does he mean by that? pic.twitter.com/EGqYx8SG1a

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

In this clip filmed by a random Sacramento family, former Vice President Joe Biden repeats the “keep the boys away from your sister” line. Then he tells the family a strange story about how his daughter at “about age 12 & a half or 13”, “wakes up, there’s a snake in the bed.” 🤔 pic.twitter.com/RHJfubccyh

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017

While there are unfortunately many, MANY more disturbing clips like what has been previously witnessed, this last clip with Senator Joni Ernst concludes the video portion of this thread. Observe everything Biden says or does that leads to an uncomfortable laugh from Ernst. 😅 pic.twitter.com/gWFQ1IzdSE

— Richard Armande Mills (RAM) (@RAMRANTS) November 15, 2017


Biden just kept getting away with it, and so he just kept on doing it.

But now his skeletons are starting to catch up with him.

And Biden has always known that he makes women feel uncomfortable. Just consider this old quote from well before this current uproar:

I’m a tactile politician,” Biden said March 16 during a speech in Dover, Del. “That gets me in trouble, as well, because I think I can feel and taste what is going on.”

I really can’t understand why some on the left are still choosing to defend the guy.

Just think about it.  If some dude went around touching women inappropriately, sniffing their hair and kissing them without permission, how long would that individual last in your workplace?

In no universe is such behavior acceptable, and this is a point that even CNN’s Jake Tapper is making:

“Discussing former Nevada lawmaker Lucy Flores’ claim he inappropriately touched and kissed her in 2014 at a campaign rally, Tapper said, “I have to say, if any of the men around this table behaved this way at our places of work, we would get reprimanded, we would get potentially even fired. You are not allowed to touch women inappropriately. Again, it doesn’t matter if your intention is sexual or just friendly — you can’t massage a woman’s shoulders and sniff her hair and kiss the back of her head. That’s not appropriate.”

Ex-Secret Service Agent Claims Joe Biden Engaged in ‘Weinstein-Level’ Groping — Pedophilia Questions Raised

Someone has just put up a fake Biden campaign site that highlights his inappropriate behavior, and I have to admit that it was the best April Fool’s joke that I saw this year.

His campaign is dead now, and he was receiving a very lukewarm reception from potential donors even before this story broke:

“Don’t just take my word for it; consider this recent AP headline: “Joe Biden faces a challenge winning over progressives. That challenge is affecting Biden’s fundraising efforts.” According to CNBC, “Skeptical Democratic donors tell Joe Biden they will not raise funds for him at the start of the 2020 campaign.”

“Major donors admitted that “they’re not yet convinced he can overtake the younger, more diverse and progressive field, and that they are going to wait to see how he competes in the race.”

If America is ever going to move in a positive direction, we must demand moral behavior from our leaders.

And that includes those on both the left and the right.

Joe Biden’s behavior should disqualify him from running for any political office ever again, and anyone that tries to defend him is choosing to become part of the problem.

By Michael Snyder, author of The Beginning Of The End.

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