by Kevin McCullough
Why, exactly, did the crowd laugh?
You saw the creepy video right?
It muddied up social media feeds all weekend. People that have never expressed a single political viewpoint to me reacted with gross abhorrence to what Joe Biden appeared to seemingly imply.
As he wraps up some remarks in the video he spots someone in the crowd and in typical Biden stream of consciousness he abruptly changes subjects. Looking directly at the woman he has just spotted he bluntly instructs, “(You) gotta say ‘Hi’ to me.”
Then to the watching crowd he states, “We go back a long way, she was 12 and I was 30 but anyway…”
The crowd belly laughs.
Understanding that legitimate sexual misconduct claims abound all throughout the Biden family I began to ponder how this video—that went everywhere—can be dealt with.
In older chapters of Joe Biden’s life no one cares that Jill Biden was married when she first met Joe. They don’t much seem to care that she was still married when they began to date in March of 1975.
That Hunter Biden took up with his deceased brother’s wife also didn’t seem to matter.
Formal accusations of sexual misconduct by non-family members didn’t phase anyone. And the literally hundreds of images of Joe Biden, touching, kissing, refusing to let go of, and of course sniffing bother some. He’s done it to women of all ages-school aged little girls all the way up to whatever age Hillary Clinton purports to be.
Yet in recent years there has been a bit of out-sized interest in some of the misconduct alleged of he and his family members.
When Hunter Biden’s gun ended up in a dumpster, supposedly put there by Hallie Biden, the FBI, not local law enforcement were called in. Odd because the genuinely low level of wrong doing alleged.
When Hunter Biden’s laptop was first unveiled, the FBI were again immediately brought in on the case. What amounted to a laptop being abandoned at a repair shop, the feds attempted to turn into a charge of wrong doing by the repair shop owner. They also sought to damage the reputation of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for obtaining a copy of the laptop’s hard drive. A laptop that had been abandoned.
The laptop itself is reported to have evidence of alleged crimes. Those who have examined it also report specific items of sexual misconduct are pervasive on it.
Similar charges have been leveled about Hunter Biden’s virtual cloud storage which was hacked more recently than the discovery of the laptop.
And then there was that diary…
The diary which Politifact and Reuters have attempted to claim was not verified as belonging to Ashley Biden, the president’s daughter. Yet court documents themselves (PBS and others have revealed) identify the diary in question as the property of Ashley Biden.
Funny thing about that diary though. It was also abandoned. Forgotten about. Left behind.
Until someone found it, read it, and decided to sell it to news outlets. That news outlet turned it over to local law enforcement without publishing it.
But it didn’t matter, that news outlet’s founder had his home raided. And the woman who found the abandoned diary is now facing five years in prison. All done by the feds, the FBI. Why? Isn’t this really low level to be having the bureau conducting raids over?
Oh… did I forget to mention that the diary alleges that Ashley Biden regrets taking showers with her father—the now *President?
The Bidens appear to have quite the appetite for sexual conduct that many Americans would deem unhealthy.
Must be nice to have the largest law enforcement bureau in the nation to come in and sweep up the mess.
But can you honestly do that when he says it on a live microphone to the watching universe?
“Gotta come see me! We go back a long way, she was 12 and I was 30 but anyway…”