Creepy Joe Biden Should Spell Doom for the Democrats in 2020

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To our knowledge former Vice President Joe Biden has never been formally accused of sexual harassment or molestation, but that doesn’t mean he’s not the creepiest old man in America.

Biden’s “creep factor” has been well documented and if he’s the best that the Democrat Party can do in 2020… they are in deep trouble.

(Particularly, in the post-Harvey Weinstein, Brett Ratner, Al Franken, etc., age.)

Back in 2014 Robert Kessler’s Secret Service tell-all explained that while the worst detail is serving on Hillary Clinton’s protection team, protecting Joe Biden was almost as bad a job.

A new book claims that Vice-President Joe Biden upsets female Secret Service agents by swimming naked wherever he goes…

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‘Agents say that, whether at the vice president’s residence or at his home in Delaware, Biden has a habit of swimming in his pool nude,’ Mr Kessler writes. ‘Female Secret Service agents find that offensive.’

The naked swimming and the last-minute changes of schedule mean that being assigned to Mr Biden is seen as ‘the second worst assignment in the Secret Service,’ Mr Kessler writes.

It’s not just the swimming though. Journalist Jon Gabriel added that he’s heard Biden enjoys strolling his home in the same manner, even when the Secret Service are present.

But these behaviors only begin to scratch the surface of Biden’s creepy ickiness.

On Twitter, Richard Armande Mills actually has a video-catalogue of Biden’s creepiness in action, and it’s pretty tough to watch.

Interestingly, it seems that former Senator (and current Attorney General) Jeff Sessions was prepared to defend the ladies’ in his life when forced into a photo op with Biden. Watch as he swats Biden’s hands away from his innocent granddaughter:

Interesting, right?

The truth is that even our friends on the left aren’t sure about what to do with Biden’s wandering hands, and creepy personality.

From the Daily Wire:

Biden’s behavior is so notable that even left-leaning publications have called him out:

  • The Washington Post: “What are we going to do about Creepy Uncle Joe Biden?”
  • Daily Beast: “Dear Lord Would Joe Biden Be a Terrible Candidate for These Times”
  • Huffington Post: “Joe Biden 2020 Is A Terrible Idea In A Post-Weinstein America”
  • VICE: “Joe Biden Is the Last Person the Democrats Should Run in 2020”

There’s just no way that this guy can ever be President… right?

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