House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stood by creepy hands Joe Biden on Monday amid accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate touching.
Two women have come forward with #MeToo accusations against creepy Uncle Joe and Pelosi said Monday that the accusations should “not at all” disqualify him from being president, reported The Hill.
“No. No, I do not,” Pelosi told reporters when asked if she thinks the #MeToo allegations from two women against Biden are disqualifying.
“I don’t think that this disqualifies him from being president,” she said while walking to the House chamber. “Not at all.”
While every American deserves due process, Biden has a very long history of inappropriately touching women and molesting children — and there are pictures and videos to prove it.
Recall, the Democrats tried to lynch Brett Kavanaugh over uncorroborated, decades-old accusations against him and even argued he should have been disqualified from becoming a Supreme Court Justice — but Uncle Joe is a-okay.
Accusations of groping and inappropriate touching by Lucy Flores and Amy Lappos is just the tip of the iceberg.
Biden has been groping women and molesting little girls in public for years.
His molestation of prepubescent girls should disqualify him from being president of the United States, at minimum. He should be investigated for his deviant behavior.
Biden responded to Lucy Flores in a statement over the weekend, “In my many years on the campaign trail and in public life, I have offered countless handshakes, hugs, expressions of affection, support and comfort. And not once – never – did I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did so, I will listen respectfully. But it was never my intention. I may not recall these moments the same way, and I may be surprised at what I hear. But we have arrived at an important time when women feel they can and should relate their experiences, and men should pay attention. And I will.”
The Gateway Pundit has documented many of the different times Joe Biden has inappropriately touched young children, mainly prepubescent daughters of lawmakers during swearing-in ceremonies.