Let’s be frank, everybody’s favorite uncle had been living on borrowed time for many years — in the era of the #MeToo Movement.
It seemed as long as “Uncle Joe Biden” remained on the sidelines during the 2020 campaign season, the so-called “woman’s movement” was willing to ignore the former Vice President’s overly affectionate (and inappropriate) behavior aka kissing, touching, whispering, nuzzling, squeezing, hugging and cuddling woman in public.
On Tuesday two more women came forward to accuse the 76-year old of sexual harassment. The women, Caitlyn Caruso, and D. J. Hill told the New York Times their stories regarding Biden’s unwelcomed familiarity.
Caruso was a 19-year old student at the time of the incident. She was seated next to the Vice President during an event at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas when “creepy Joe” suddenly rested his hand on Caruso’s thigh (even as she attempted to show her displeasure by squirming in her seat.)
Moments later “Uncle Joe” hugged the startled student “just a little bit too long.”
Ironically before the incident, Caruso told Biden how she had just been sexually assaulted and expected Biden would be aware of physical boundaries.
Adding, “It doesn’t even really cross your mind that such a person would dare perpetuate harm like that,” she told the paper. “These are supposed to be people you can trust.”
In another incident D. J. Hill, 59, told the Times she had met Biden in 2012 and had asked the then Vice President if he would mind taking a photo with her, Biden placed his hand on her shoulder and began moving it down her back, something she said made her “very uncomfortable.”
Adding, “Only he knows his intent.”
The two women came forward in support of Nevada State lawmaker Lucy Flores and Amy Lappos, a former congressional aide to Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT), who came forward earlier accusing Biden of sexual harassment.
Though many women within the #MeToo Movement — including Speaker Nancy Pelosi — have come out publicly in support of “creepy Joe Biden.”
Alyssa Milano, in a series of tweets, even defended Biden’s actions.
“I am proud to call Joe Biden a friend. He has been a leader and a champion on fighting violence against women for many years, and I have been fortunate to accompany him to events with survivors where he has listened to their stories, empathized with them, and comforted them.”
Then there’s Pelosi who said on Tuesday that the allegations against “creepy Joe” are not ‘disqualifying’ for a 2020 run.
Adding, “I don’t think it’s disqualifying. 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.”
Compare that to how these two phony “feminists” attacked Judge Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearings. Milano actually sat a few rows behind Judge Kavanaugh during the entire hearing, tweeting daily in support of Christine Ford’s uncorroborated allegations.
“I felt like I needed to be here to show my solidarity for Dr. Ford,” Milano said from the hearing room. “On this day that will be very difficult for her.”
Adding, “I’ve watched, horrified, as politicians and pundits refused to believe or take seriously these allegations. Despite the alleged actions of Brett Kavanaugh, despite the words of President Trump, and despite the silence from so many of our lawmakers, you are valuable. You are human. You are important,” she continued in the essay. “And no one, not a Supreme Court nominee and not a president, can take that away from you.”
No doubt a beautiful and well-penned sentiment, if only it was true. Milano like many on the rabid left ignored the facts that not a shred of evidence was found to support Ford’s allegations, in fact, the witnesses she called upon to bolster her case, said it never happened.
Milano, however, would rather take to Twitter once again lionizing a very creepy 76-year old white guy, with a photo gallery of evidence of potential impropriety towards women, rather than confront the truth.