The known list of women harassed by Creepy Joe Biden just got a little longer.
Three more women came out Wednesday to tell their stories of how Biden acted inappropriately toward them. One woman worked at the White House while Biden was Vice President.
The three women are Sofie Karasek, Vail Kohnert-Yount and Ally Coll. Each one told the Washington Post stories of unwanted interactions with Biden similar to those of four other women who went public earlier this week.
Many of these women met with Creepy Joe’s attention at functions that dealt with sexual harassment. After recounting a damaging experience, these women were then subject to Biden’s inappropriate actions. It almost feels like a he is a predator.
Case in point, Karasek appeared onstage at the 2016 Oscars with Lady Gaga in a performance against sexual assault. Then-Vice President Biden introduced the act.
After the performance Karasek met with Biden and shared a story about a sexual assault victim who committed suicide, according to the report. Biden responded by holding her hands and placing his forehead on hers.
Another woman told of her experience while working at the White House as an intern.
Kohnert-Yount spoke of her encounter with Biden as she was walking out of the basement of the West Wing.
The Veep walked over to shake her hand, she told the told the Washington Post. “He then put his hand on the back of my head and pressed his forehead to my forehead while he talked to me,” she said.
“I was so shocked that it was hard to focus on what he was saying,” Kohnert-Yount added.
The seventh victim Ally Coll, relayed her 2008 experience where Biden held her “for a beat too long” at a reception she was helping to set up.
“There’s been a lack of understanding about the way that power can turn something that might seem innocuous into something that can make somebody feel uncomfortable,” Coll, a former Democratic staffer who now works at a non-profit group that fights sexual harassment, told the newspaper.
These new revelations came after Biden vowed in a Twitter video Wednesday to be more mindful of his unwanted touching of women and children.
“Social norms have begun to change, they’ve shifted and the boundaries of protecting personal space have been reset,” Biden said in the two-minute clip. “I get it,” he said.