(VIDEO) ‘Looks Like She’s 19!’: Creepy Joe Pervs-Out on a Grade School Girl at Virginia Military Base

“Help! I’m talking… and I can’t shut-up!” That might as well be the war cry for Team Xiden. After all, he’s done it again.

As reported by Samuel Chamberlain of the New York Post, the Molester-in-Chief was drooling over a child who “appeared to be elementary school age” during a visit to Joint Base Langly-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia, a figurative stone’s-throw from the massive US Naval bases in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area.

Also noted by Chamberlain (emphasis mine);

President Joe Biden raised eyebrows — and a few alarms — Friday when he lavishly complimented a little girl on her appearance during remarks at a Virginia military base.

“I love those barrettes in your hair, man,” Biden said. “I tell you what, look at her, she looks like she’s 19 years old, sitting there like a little lady with her legs crossed.”

The girl in question, who appeared to be elementary school age, had joined her parents and two older brothers on the podium while her mother introduced the president at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia.

Needless to say, the twitterverse erupted at Joe Chi Minh’s drooling over a child still in grade school (emphasis mine);

“That’s pretty *&^%$!ed up,” tweeted longtime Republican consultant Nathan Wurtzel, who joked in a subsequent tweet: “I guess this explains the Lincoln Project support.”

Other reactions were even more succinct.

“Um, wut,” tweeted RealClearPolitics co-founder Tom Bevan, while Ricochet editor-in-chief Jon Gabriel chimed in, “dude has issues.”

“Creeeeeeep!” reacted Fox News contributor Johnny “Joey” Jones, while Townhall.com senior editor Matt Vespa tweeted: “To Catch a Predator”.

“This is going to be his last straw,” conservative podcast host and Spectator USA contributor Stephen Miller captioned an image of Kathy Bates taking a sledgehammer to James Caan’s legs in the movie “Misery.” “We’re not going to see him [Biden] for the next two weeks.”








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