CREEPY JOE STRIKES AGAIN: Biden tells children he knows ‘some really great ice cream places’ and that ‘daddy’ owes them

He added, “So talk to me afterwards.”

On Wednesday, Creepy Joe Biden did not fail to uphold his nickname’s reputation as he spoke to a crowd of children, telling them he knows some “really great ice cream places around here” and to “talk to me afterwards.” 

The curious remarks came during a briefing Biden delivered on the anniversary of the so-called Inflation Reduction Act.  “I know some really great ice cream places around here, and daddy owes you ok?” Biden announced to the children. “So talk to me afterwards.”

A woman who can be seen on Biden’s right and wearing a white shirt seemingly glanced around the room after Biden said “daddy owes you.” 

Biden is no stranger to controversy surrounding his conduct with children. He caught flack back in April after he appeared to invade the personal space of a young girl while blocking the view of a press camera. Just before that in October of last year, Biden gave a young girl dating advice while putting his hand on her shoulder. 

More recently, ridicule came Biden’s way in July after he was said to have nibbled on the shoulder of a little girl in Finland. 

Aside from his interactions in public, Biden was also reportedly accused in a diary entry written by his own daughter, Ashley, of taking showers with her at a young age that were “probably not appropriate.”

In an alleged journal entry from January 2019, Ashley Biden wrote, “I have always been boy crazy ... Hyper-sexualized @ a young age ... I remember somewhat being sexualized with [a family member]; I remember having sex with friends @ a young age; showers w/ my dad (probably not appropriate).”
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