“I know Joe” isn’t exactly a convincing defense

Pervy, creepy Dirty Digit Joe Biden’s defenders keep hoping to shut down all further inquiry by simply saying “I know Joe” – as if “I know Joe” is some kind of valid defense against Tara Reade’s claim of sexual assault.

In her thirsty quest to be named his running mate, Stacey Abrams told Don Lemon, “I know Joe Biden and I think he’s telling the truth and this did not happen.”

Kamala Harris – who back in April of 2019 said she believed Biden’s accusers – said “The Joe Biden I know is somebody who really has fought hard for women and empowerment of women and for women’s equality and rights.”

Alyssa Milano, in her op-ed at Deadline wrote, “The allegations against Joe Biden concern me, deeply. He’s a man I know, respect, and admire, and who I can’t picture doing any of the things of which he’s accused.”

You can’t picture it?  Really?

Listen, gals.  Joe Biden has been in the public eye since I was a child. “I know Joe” too — which is why Tara Reade’s allegation has a ring of truth to me.

“I know Joe” has the persistent habit of getting too physically familiar with not just women, but children.

You can’t picture it, Alyssa?  How have you missed all those videos?  The guy can’t keep his hands to himself.  In fact, Paul Joseph Watson was kind enough to compile all of Creepy Joe’s creepiness in one video (which I helpfully posted HERE).  And that doesn’t even include all the video evidence since Watson’s compilation is three years old and there’s been plenty more examples since then.

Back in 2015, when Joe Biden became the Obama Administration’s good will ambassador for the “It’s On Us” initiative, I thought it was the most hilarious thing I’d ever heard because, well, “I know Joe.”

Sure, Joe talks a good game.  He gets all earnest and sincere talking about the trauma of sexual harassment and rape.  But he’s Joe friggin’ Biden.  His words do not align with his actions.

It’s exactly because “I know Joe” that when his campaign unveiled its logo, I provided this helpful upgrade.

“I know Joe” isn’t exactly a convincing defense

If Joe Biden’s long history of inappropriate touching, hair-sniffing, and unwelcome kissing was all in my head, why did the dirty old perv feel the need to make that mea culpa “Social Norms Have Changed” video in April of 2019?

Yesterday, in explaining why Joe might not want the archives at the University of Delaware to see the light of day, I suggested that if Joe was willing to openly brag about holding Ukraine’s funding hostage until they fired the prosecutor investigating Burisma, imagine the kind of shenanigans Joe pulled behind closed doors.

Well, the same can be said about his creepy, pervy behavior toward women and girls.

If Joe is willing to fondle, sniff and caress women and girls while the cameras are on – even to the point of sliding his hand down to touch a prepubescent chest – what on earth is he willing to try when nobody is around to film him?

See, “I know Joe” too, ladies.

And it’s because “I know Joe” that reading the Law & Crime report about Joe Biden complimenting a fourteen-year-old girl about the size of her breasts doesn’t surprise me in the least.

When Nancy Pelosi said the other day – as a defense – that she believes Joe because “Joe Biden is Joe Biden,” I laughed out loud.  See, “I know Joe.”  And Joe Biden sniffing, fondling, nuzzling, groping and kissing women and girls IS Joe Biden.

We’ve all seen it.

And in the face of what we’ve seen, these “I know Joe” defenses are laughable to say the least.

Citing Joe’s statements on women’s rights or the Violence Against Women Act mean nothing to me.  Joe also stated unequivocally that women must be believed.  Clearly his own response to Tara Reade shows just how empty and insincere that statement was.

As trite as it may sound, actions do speak louder than words.

And a man who treats women and girls like scratch and sniff toys saying all the right buzzwords about women’s rights and against sexual harassment and assault is still a man who treats women and girls like scratch and sniff toys.

Knowing Joe doesn’t absolve him; if anything, it condemns him.

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6 thoughts on ““I know Joe” isn’t exactly a convincing defense

  • May 2, 2020 at 12:00 pm
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    Didn’t I read that Joe liked to go swimming naked in front of the female secret service agents? Or was that another democrat?

    • May 4, 2020 at 12:58 pm
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      Oh that is creepy joe indeed. Only when his wife wasn’t at home. Other SS agents said they made it a point to protect the female agents, call them away when creepy joe was feeling frisky.

      He is a perv. 100% perv.

  • May 2, 2020 at 1:28 pm
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    Brace yourself for a re-run of the pant-suited panderer. That should motivate all the deplorable to get out and vote this fall.

  • May 2, 2020 at 1:58 pm
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    I’ve gone from calling him “Gropey Joe” to calling him “Rapey Joe.” Too far, or not far enough?

    • May 3, 2020 at 11:00 am
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      I prefer Rapey McRapeface.

  • May 2, 2020 at 5:03 pm
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    Seems that the already thin veneer of “good” Dem is eroding on Biden fairly fast

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