The alt left appears to be in a civil law over ex-Veep Joe Biden’s creepy behavior.
Two more accounts by women accosted by Biden appear in a New York Times article published Tuesday night.
Caitlyn Caruso, who was 19 at the time, told paper that Biden Put his hand on her thigh and hugged her “just a little bit too long” at an event about sexual harassment at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Caruso added that the unwarranted touching by Biden was very uncomfortable since she just shared her story of sexual assault at the event.
“It doesn’t even really cross your mind that such a person would dare perpetuate harm like that,” she told the reporter. “These are supposed to be people you can trust.”
Another accusation in the Times came from D. J. Hill, a 59-year-old writer. She had an uncomfortable encounter with Biden in 2012 at a 2012 campaign event in Minneapolis.
Hill alleges Biden put his hands on her shoulders and began dropping them down her back, she told the newspaper. Hill’s husband — like some other spouses or fathers — had to intervene and interrupted the groping with a joke.
“Only he knows his intent,” Hill told the reporter.
These reports come after two other women made similar accusations over the weekend.
President Trump speaking at the National Republican Congressional Committee’s annual spring dinner had these choice words to say about Biden’s current situation.
“I was going to call him, I don’t know him well,” Trump told the crowd at the National Republican Congressional Committee’s annual spring dinner. “I was going to say ‘Welcome to the world Joe, you having a good time?’”
So its curious how the alt left aligns itself on the issue, since the MeToo movement came out of the Harvey Weinstein Hollywood scandal and was all about empowering women to fight back. Do the Democrats have the back of the women making the alleged charges and take into evidence the hundreds of other official White House swearing-in photos?
It appears for now that’s its politics as usual.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told Politico, “I don’t think it’s disqualifying. [But] he has to understand in the world that we’re in now that people’s space is important to them, and what’s important is how they receive it and not necessarily how you intended it,” she said.
The Biden campaign also issued statements from ywo dozen women including, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), TV talker Meghan McCain and actress Alyssa Milano, stating his character was above-board, vouching for his actions and intentions.
Where will this go, hard to say since Biden has not said he is running for the nomination just yet, but as I wrote Tuesday this may be the tip of the iceberg. The Senate is scheduled to open hearings on the Ukraine’s involvement in the 2016 election and Biden and his son Hunter appear to be neck-deep in that.