Creepy Joe Biden Memes to Share with Friends to Remind Them He’s a Creep
Presidential hopeful Creepy Joe Biden just posted a video lecturing the women he sniffed on how things have changed.
Noooooooo Joe, NOT DURING THE APOLOGY! pic.twitter.com/YfOO6uoctr
— Carpe Donktum🔹 (@CarpeDonktum) April 3, 2019
Apparently, Biden comes from a time when it was perfectly acceptable to grab children, touch them in inappropriate locations and then pull them in closer to sniff their hair. Not just children, either. Biden sniffs their moms, too.
You’re thinking we’re just being gross. It’s true. It’s gross.
But it’s harmless to write that our former Vice President did these things. What the former Vice President apparently can’t stop doing is definitely harmful. And if he really does come from a place where those things are normal, that’s a creepy place.
For whatever reason, most of the child sniffing and groping he did happened years ago. It’s from when he was Vice President.
He’s on video sniffing and grabbing the children of incoming Congressmen and Congresswomen. He’s there to swear them in as part of a formal ceremony.
This all came to light when a Nevada politician came out recently and said Biden did the same stuff to her.
So, a lot of the memes we’re sharing here are older. But the internet is now catching up. When he was sniffing away at kid scalps, memes weren’t what they are now.
Creepy Joe Biden Memes
Is Joe wooing a potential VP nominee in Beto?
Airplane reference …
We think this is called learned behavior. Must be a pre-requisite for running in 2020. Who’s sniffing who?
Hey Mark, I poked you.
So many words.
“Suit up. We’re going to have our picture taken with the former Vice President!”
We looked this one up. It’s a Marvel thing, apparently.
Just to show you how old this story is … Harambe?
Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s wife passed the test. Creepy Joe gets a little territorial.
Some 2020 campaign material.
We just hope Pence doesn’t have anything like this in his closet …
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