When Joe Biden first entered the Democratic race for the White House in 2020, many on the left cheered. They believed that Biden’s supposed “centrism” would somehow woo moderate midwestern voters away from Donald Trump – a key factor in the coming election after it the impact of a few Wisconsin counties was heralded as a turning point in Trump’s 2016 victory over Hillary Clinton.
But Biden has struggled mightily. Not only has the septuagenarian former VP been the victim of his own gibberish as times, but his poor behavior with women is what is most likely to sink him.
And, unfortunately for the Democrats, there is more where that came from.
These alleged victims are in addition to Biden’s eight accusers and the female Secret Service agents who say Biden exposed himself to them (without their consent) while swimming in the nude almost daily.
To the surprise of no one, however, even with these bombshell revelations, PBS still tries to exonerate Biden and attack Tara Reade — who has credibly accused Biden of a 1993 sexual assault — as a liar.
PBS glosses over its own bombshell findings of further misconduct by Biden, and does so by way of an over-written, exhausting 3,500-word piece of “BenSmithing.” So what you have here is the taxpayer-funded welfare queens at PBS using new evidence of unwanted and inappropriate touching to smear an alleged assault victim who has seven pieces of corroborating evidence.
From the PBS article with emphasis added by Breitbart’s John Nolte:
Yet Biden, now the presumptive Democrat presidential nominee, was also a toucher, seemingly oblivious to whether physical contact made some women uncomfortable.
“We knew that about Biden,” Byrne said. “He was always massaging somebody’s shoulders. But never anything more than that. There was no vibe about him.”
However, staffers agree it was not in Biden’s nature to gauge social signals about whether someone wanted to be hugged or touched.
A former staffer said that when Biden does things like stroking women’s hair, there’s a complicated dynamic at play.
For others, Biden’s touching evoked some regret. “There were times as I now look back that I think we messed up. We should have said something about that,” a different former staffer said. “We probably should have recognized that made people uncomfortable.”
This normalization of Biden grope-y behavior sounds like precisely the sort of backpedaling that the Democratic Party will be practicing for the next six months, if they somehow can’t find a way to save their dignity with a replacement nominee.
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