Will Joe Biden be knocked out of the race before it even begins?
It’s not looking good!
For years, the Internet has talked about “Creepy Joe Biden” with dozens of montage videos and photos that look real bad when viewed together.
A lot of these are on full display over at JoeBiden.info, which is NOT his official campaign website.
Anyway, I digress.
Joe Biden has tried to sweep the accusers under the rug with an apology and explanation, but is it working?
It’s hard to tell when the accusers are growing by the day, now up to seven!
Take a look at the newest:
Biden's apology (or was it an explanation?) tried to sweep it away due to "changing social norms".
Just an old man not keeping up with the times, huh Joe?
Who knew all those women don't want to be fondled anymore, huh Joe?
Here was his apology video:
And here are more details on the 5th, 6th and 7th new accusers to step forward, from Fox News:
Just hours after former Vice President Joe Biden appeared on video to promise he'd be "more mindful" about others' personal space, three more women have gone public claiming he touched them inappropriately -- and all three said Biden's video didn't go far enough.
In an article published late Wednesday in The Washington Post, Vail Kohnert-Yount charged that when she was an intern in the White House in 2013, Biden approached her to introduce herself.
“He then put his hand on the back of my head and pressed his forehead to my forehead while he talked to me," Kohnert-Yount told The Post. "I was so shocked that it was hard to focus on what he was saying. I remember he told me I was a ‘pretty girl.'"
Although Kohnert-Yount said she did not consider Biden's behavior to be "sexual assault or harassment,” she added that "it was the kind of inappropriate behavior that makes many women feel uncomfortable and unequal in the workplace.”
Earlier on Wednesday, Biden -- who is widely expected to enter the 2020 presidential race soon -- responded to a series of other misconduct allegations leveled against him by promising to “be more mindful about respecting personal space in the future.”
Biden also acknowledged the allegations in a tweeted video.
“Social norms are changing. I understand that, and I’ve heard what these women are saying," Biden tweeted. "Politics to me has always been about making connections, but I will be more mindful about respecting personal space in the future. That’s my responsibility and I will meet it."
Responding to Biden's comments, Kohnert-Yount told The Post: “I appreciate his attempt to do better in the future, but to me this is not mainly about whether Joe Biden has adequate respect for personal space. It’s about women deserving equal respect in the workplace.”
A second woman, Sofie Karasek, told The Post that Biden acted inappropriately when he placed his forehead against hers following the Oscars ceremony in 2016. Karasek had appeared on-stage with 51 other people who said they had experienced sexual assault. A photograph of the incident is widely available online.
In his comments Monday, Karasek said Biden “still didn’t take ownership in the way that he needs to.”
Biden "emphasized that he wants to connect with people and, of course, that’s important," Karasek said. "But again, all of our interactions and friendships are a two-way street. . . . Too often it doesn’t matter how the woman feels about it or they just assume that they’re fine with it."
And then there's this:
And from The Hill:
Three additional women came forward on Wednesday to say former Vice President Joe Biden touched them in ways that made them uncomfortable shortly after Biden, in a two-minute video, pledged to be more mindful of women’s personal space.
The women, Vail Kohnert-Yount, Sofie Karasek and Ally Coll, recounted instances in which they said Biden touched them in a Washington Post article published late Wednesday.
Kohnert-Yount told the newspaper that Biden introduced himself to her and shook her hand when she was a White House intern in 2013.
"He then put his hand on the back of my head and pressed his forehead to my forehead while he talked to me," she told the Post in a statement. "I was so shocked that it was hard to focus on what he was saying. I remember he told me I was a 'pretty girl.'"
Kohnert-Yount said she believed Biden's intentions were good and that she did not feel it was an instance of sexual harassment or assault.
"But it was the kind of inappropriate behavior that makes many women feel uncomfortable and unequal in the workplace," she said.
Karasek said she met Biden after appearing onstage at the Oscars with a group of 51 sexual assault survivors and Lady Gaga in 2016. She said that after she told Biden about a friend who had died by suicide, Biden took her hands and put his forehead against hers, a moment that was captured in a widely publicized photo.
Now here's the best of all.
President Trump took Biden's "apology" video above and MERCILESSLY and HILARIOUSLY mocked him with this video.
Take. A. Look:
Get yours while they last! 💥
Please limit one per person.