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The Former Vice President Has Managed To Come Off As A Predator Even With Social Distancing Measures In Place

Former Vice President Joe Biden took to the stump in Miami earlier today, hoping to win over voters. Unfortunately for his campaign, he ended up sounding like a degenerate pedophile once again. The feat is truly remarkable considering he managed to do so from more than six feet away from his grooming target.

“The good news is, for me, I’m here. The bad news for you is, I’m coming back. I’m coming back. And I want to see these beautiful young ladies, I want to see them dancing when they’re four years older, too.”

Imagine how many times his staffers had to stifle groans while he spoke or have begged him to call for a lid on the day’s events.

There’s a lot to break down here. First of all, before even getting into the perverted aspect of Biden checking out underage spectators in his audience, he certainly seems to tell the supporters that the bad news is that he’s “coming back.” Well, we’d agree with him there.

But then he points out two young ladies and appears to say that he finds them attractive and can’t wait until they’re of legal age so that he can watch them “dance.”

Seriously, what the hell is wrong with this guy? Being a Biden staffer must be the most difficult and unrewarding job on the planet.

Brett MacDonald

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