‘Look at her, she looks like she’s 19’: Biden flirting with 7-year-old girl raises creep-factor

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Two days after President Joe Biden made “creepy” comments to the press about deceased Minneapolis criminal suspect George Floyd’s 7-year-old daughter, he made yet another set of creepy comments — this time directly to a little girl.

During a Memorial Day weekend speech Friday to military families at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia, he briefly focused his attention on the reportedly very young daughter of a veteran who was in attendance.

“I love those barrettes in your hair, man,” he said directly to her.

“I tell you what, look at her. She looks like she’s 19 years old sitting there like a little lady with her legs crossed,” he then said to the audience.


The little girl he’d spoken to can be seen standing on stage by her family at the beginning of the video below:

The remarks drew widespread attention from conservative media — none from the mainstream press, predictably — and spawned the hashtag #CreepyJoe on Twitter.

The remarks also provoked criticism of the media:

As noted earlier, the entire mainstream press ignored the story. Classically liberal journalist Matt Taibbi would likely not be surprised. In a post for Substack published earlier this week, he bluntly noted that the media are in love with Biden.

“Biden has the press paper-trained to a degree we haven’t seen in modern times. Not even at the height of the media’s drooling love affair with Barack Obama — a phenomenon I confess I was part of — did we ever see such enthusiastic, reflexive backing of White House messaging,” he opined.

Meanwhile, leftists on social media responded to Friday’s video by publishing photos of President Donald Trump spending time with his own daughter Ivanka and arguing that these photos prove he’s just as “creepy” as Biden.

Case in point:

This prompted conservatives to label these Biden defenders “brainwashed.”


The “creepy” remarks came two days after Biden, following a private meeting with Floyd’s family, including his daughter, described to the press how his interactions with her, in particular, had gone.

“The first thing she did when she ran in, she just threw her arms around me, gave me a big hug and wanted to sit in my lap,” he said.

“And we spent … she also loved the idea that … she said, ‘I’m really hungry.’ She said, ‘Do you have any snacks?’” the president added.

A reporter then asked, “What did you give her?”

“Well, my wife would kill me. We gave her some ice cream, she had some Cheetos and I think she had some chocolate milk. I’m not sure,” the president replied.

While Biden’s whole career has been dogged by “creepy” and “Chester the molester” accusations, Wednesday’s remarks marked the first time he’d made overtly “creepy” remarks since taking office. Yet only two days later, he did it again.

This seems to suggest that his “creepy”  behavior is here to stay for the full term of his presidency, be it four years or eight years.

In the words of Antoine Dodson, an Alabama housing project man who went viral in 2010 over the way he responded when questioned by reporters about a nearby home invasion and attempted rape, “Hide your kids, hide your wife!”


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