Monday, June 24, 2024

Ghoulish Geezer Sniffs Kid’s Hair at White House Halloween Event

'What is Biden doing on Halloween? ... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The White House hosted its annual Halloween event, where President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden greeted trick-or-treaters seeking candy.

A video taken at the event showed the president rubbing the back of a young child held by an adult, presumably his parent. Biden then gave the child a disturbingly lingering kiss on the cheek.

As reported by the Post Millennial, the president has displayed several instances of “rapid-onset creepiness” in recent days.

One of Biden’s most consistent lines, particularly to young girls, is “no serious guys until you’re 30,” which he has used on camera a couple of times in the last year—once after he spoke at Irvine Valley Community College, another to a classroom full of young girls.

“Now,” he said, as the girl looked up at him, “a very important thing I told my daughter and grand daughters, no serious guys ’til you’re 30.”

The girl quickly turned around, obviously uncomfortable, and Biden repeated himself.

Biden, who has a history of being overly-friendly with young children, usually girls, and has become known as “Creepy Uncle Joe.”

Biden has been sniffing women for years, with the Washington Post acknowledging this constant happening in a 2015 piece titled “What are we going to do about Creepy Uncle Joe Biden?”

Even Jon Stewart discussed the topic in 2015 episode of the ‘Daily Show.’

At the White House’s 2021 Turkey pardoning, Biden attempted to poke a young girl who swiftly rebuffed him.

Biden has also appeared to attempt sniffing the hair of grown women and young kids, creepy whispering and possibly more serious predatory behavior which has been found in his daughter’s diary.

Needless to say, Twitter users were disturbed by Biden’s Halloween mishap, calling him “creepy,” and questioning why White House staffers let him be around children at all.

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