Biden makes disturbing comment about young girls, also calls for “coup de grâce,” or death blow against Trump

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MIAMI, FL- During a recent trip on the campaign trail, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden visited the Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami and raised eyebrows after he told a group of young girls that he wanted to see them dance when they were four years older.

While visiting, he watched a performance by a group of school-age children before delivering his remarks about how hispanics would be supported under a Biden administration. At the end of his visit, Biden closed his remarks by saying:

“The good news is, for me, I’m here. The bad news for you, is I’m coming back.”

He then spotted a gathering of young girls to the side and said:

“And I want to see these beautiful young ladies. I want to see them dancing when they’re four years older too.”

The video footage went viral sparking criticism from many calling Biden’s behavior, “creepy.”

Fox News reported that when asked for comment, the Biden campaign provided a link to Article II if the U.S. Constitution and highlighted the part that said:

“He shall hold his Office during the term of four years.”

In addition to his creepy comment to the young girls, Biden also urged the audience at the cultural center to fantasize what it would be like to deliver the “coup de grâce”, or the final blow in the 2020 election.

Biden was speaking at the cultural center on the last day for voter registration in Florida.

During his speech, he attempted to impress his crowd with a turn of phrase in French. He said:

“Wouldn’t it be an irony, the irony of all ironies, if on election eve, it turned out that Haitians deliver the coup de grâce in this election.”

Biden was telling a crowd to fantasize about a death blow to President Trump while the president was at Walter Reed Medical Center being treated for COVID-19. Biden claims that he is a “practicing Catholic,” though he supports federal funding for abortion through birth.

Unfortunately for Biden, this was not the only recent incident to spark criticism from the American people. Earlier in the week, a resurfaced clips from a September 15th campaign event showed the former vice president suggesting why people were able to quarantine during COVID-19.

During the campaign event, Biden can be heard saying:

“They’re saying, ‘Jeez. the reason I was able to stay sequestered in my home is because some black woman was able to stack the grocery shelf.'”

In addition to recent awkward comments and allegations about creepy uncle Joe, The Post Millennial reported that Tara Reade, a woman who has claimed that Biden sexually assaulted her while she worked in his office when he served as a senator in the early 1990s, also commented on the video of Biden.

She tweeted:

“This is not aging well.”

Back in April, it was reported that Biden’s “precarious” interactions with women have long been documented. To date, allegedly eight women have accused him of sexual harassment and sexual assault.

Many have said that he made them feel uncomfortable, touched them for too long, or invaded their personal space.

NBC news reported that former Biden staffers, including his former chief of staff Ted Kaufman and his longtime executive assistant Marianne Baker were both named by Reade as having been told about harassment at the time.

However, both have recently claimed that they have no recollection of Reade’s allegations.

Biden’s campaign insists that the alleged assault absolutely did not happen. Deputy campaign manager Katie Bedingfield said:

“He firmly believes that women have a right to be heard and heard respectfully. Such claims should also be diligently reviewed by an independent press. What is clear about this claim, it is untrue.”

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KISSIMMEE, FL- Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is facing harsh criticism over an incident that is being described as both embarrassing and patronizing where he played a Spanish sex song in an attempt to “connect” with Latino voters in the sunshine state.

The Daily Wire reported that the incident happened as Biden spoke to Latinos during an event to kickoff Hispanic Heritage Month. After being introduced by Luis Fonsi, the singer of the national hit, Biden said:

“I just have one thing to say.”

He then proceeded to hit play. In the video that has been widely circulated on social media, Fonsi can be heard saying:

“There you go, dance a little bit, Joe. Come one.”

Biden began bobbing his head along to the beat of the 2017 reggaeton sensation before turning it off and placing his phone back in his pocket. Biden then proceeded to say:

“I’ll tell you what, if I had the talent of any one of these people, I’d be elected president by acclamation.”

Apparently, he was referring to Fonsi as well as singer Ricky Martin and actress Eva Longoria, who spoke ahead of Biden at the event. The incident immediately sparked reactions all over social media. Catalina Lauf, former GOP congressional candidate said via Twitter:

“In general, this is beyond patronizing. But, are we surprised he picked the song with the title ‘Slowly?’ Really embodies the whole theme of his campaign, really #SlowSinkingShip.”

Harmeet Dhillon, a trial lawyer posted on her Twitter:

“Oh my God this is so cringe. Please stop abusing this old man.”

Jeff Giesea, political commentator wrote via Twitter:

“Democrats treat minorities like pets, Biden edition. This is at the kick off of Hispanic heritage month. Memo to Biden: Castizos was law and order.”

The criticism didn’t just come from GOP supporters. Sema Hernandez, a far-left activist tweeted:

“I love that song, but when Biden plays it I think back to the very credible story of Tara Reade recounting the sexual abuse she suffered while working for Biden. It’s really disturbing. Make it stop.”

Walker Bragman, a left-wing activist posted his remarks:

“It’s insulting how little Democrats think they need to do.”

According to reports, Biden has been struggling among Latino voters, especially in Florida. A recent poll showed President Donald Trump ahead within that key voting bloc, 50% to 46%. In response, the Biden campaign has been reaching out to Spanish-language media and by holding events like the one in Kissimmee, which was hosted by Fonsi, Longoria, and Martin.

Trump’s campaign adviser Steve Cortes tweeted that the playing of “Despacito” was indicative of Biden’s struggles to connect with Latino voters. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) recently appeared on “Fox & Friends” and was asked whether he thought the incident helped or hurt Biden with Latino votes. Rubio said:

“I don’t know if it matters. I mean, he was standing next to the guy who wrote or performed the song, Luis Fonsi.”

He added:

“Here’s the bottom line: at the end of the day the people who are going to decide this election that happen to be of Hispanic dissent, especially in central Florida, these are very hard-working people. What they want is what everyone wants. They want to be able to own a home. They want a job that brings dignity.”

Rubio the said how Trump would be the candidate better able to secure those jobs for Latinos in the sunshine state.

The week prior to Biden’s “Despactio” incident, his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) showed up unannounced to a Venezuelan restaurant in Florida in another attempt to “connect” with Latinos in a state where Biden is struggling.

According to reports, her unannounced visit ended with the restaurant owner saying that she was not welcome in his restaurant. The owner added that if he had been asked to host Harris, his answer would have been no. He said:

“We don’t use the company for political reasons. We are very respectful of every individual in our organization. We would never take, as an organization, a political position.”

He added:

“With respect to our stakeholders, we wouldn’t support that. If they would ask, we would say, ‘No, we’re not going to do that.”

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Here is another article from Law Enforcement Today about Joe Biden’s slow presidential run:

WASHINGTON, DC – The Republican National Convention featured a diverse group of speakers on its second night, including first lady Melania Trump, Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron, pro-life advocate Abby Johnson, and 18-year-old student Nicholas Sandmann.

The convention’s theme was “Land of Opportunity”, and featured a full pardon for a convicted felon and a naturalization ceremony for three women and two men.

First lady Melania Trump headlined from the White House Rose Garden, speaking about her experience with the American dream as an immigrant:

“It is still one of the proudest moments in my life, because with hard work and determination I was able to achieve my own American dream.”

Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who is black, criticized former Vice President Joe Biden and his alignment with the radical left, saying:

“Joe Biden will destroy jobs, raise our taxes and throw away the lives of countless unborn children, and he is captive to the radical left – a movement committed to cancel culture and the destruction of public discourse.

“They believe your skin color must dictate your politics, and if you fail to conform while exercising your God-given right to speak and think freely, they will cut you down.”

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Cameron also said that President Donald J. Trump built an economy that benefits everyone:

“President Trump did build an economy that worked for everyone especially minorities, and he will do it again.

“Joe Biden promises more to illegal immigrants than he does to you. But President Trump believes his highest duty is to the American worker. The choice is clear.”

In his closing remarks, Cameron noted:

“Let me close with something my mom told me. This country’s many faces comprise a family, not separate parts to be divided against each other, and like any family, we care for one another.

“We grieve together. We share our burdens and our struggles and we celebrate our successes, and though we fuss and fight, we are not enemies.

“We are Americans, united by a collective faith in our Constitution, and laws, and the fundamental fairness they represent.

“We are defenders of life and of individual liberty, and we carry the mantle of Eisenhower and of Reagan to be a force for good in this world and one that must always be reckoned with.

“That’s my Republican Party. The party of Lincoln that believes America is an indispensable nation, an evergreen tree standing tall in a turbulent world, and that’s why I am voting for Donald Trump for president.”

Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood Director-turned-pro-life activist, said Americans have two stark choices for this year’s election:

“Life is a core tenet of who we are as Americans. This election is a choice between two radical, anti-life activists and the most pro-life president we’ve ever had. That’s something that should compel you to action.”

Johnson shared what she experienced during her eight-year tenure working in an abortion clinic. She explained that she was given Planned Parenthood’s Employee of the Year award and invited to attend its annual gala, where the organization presented its highest honor, the Margaret Sanger Award, named after its racist founder:

“Margaret Sanger was a racist who believed in eugenics. Her goal when founding Planned Parenthood was to eradicate the minority population.”

Johnson pointed out that nearly 80 percent of abortion clinics are “strategically located in minority neighborhoods.”

She also mentioned that a supervisor gave her a new abortion quota to meet:

“I was expected to sell double the abortions performed the previous year.”

When Johnson objected, she was reprimanded and told that abortion was how the organization made money.

The watershed moment for Johnson leaving Planned Parenthood occurred after she was asked to assist a doctor during an abortion:

“Nothing prepared me for what I saw on the screen – an unborn baby fighting back, desperate to move away from the suction [instrument].

“And I’ll never forget what the doctor said next – ‘Beam me up, Scotty.’ The last thing I saw was a spine twirling around in the mother’s womb before succumbing to the force of the suction.”

Nicholas Sandmann, a student from Covington, Kentucky, who became a mainstream media target after his unexpected encounter with a political activist on the National Mall, urged voters Tuesday night to join Trump’s battle against media bias and spoke about being “canceled.”

“I learned that what was happening to me had a name. It was called being canceled.”

Recalling the events that unfolded following the Jan. 2019 March for Life in Washington, D.C., that he and his classmates had attended, Sandmann said:

“My life changed forever in that one moment. The full war machine of the mainstream media revved up into attack mode.

“The truth wasn’t important. Advancing their anti-Christian, anti-Conservative, anti-Donald Trump narrative was all that mattered, and if advancing their narrative ruined the reputation and future of a teenager from Covington, Kentucky … so be it.

“I learned that what was happening to me had a name. It was called being canceled. As in annulled. As in revoked. As in made void.”

Sandmann, 18, spoke out against the phenomenon of cancel culture, saying that being “canceled” is what happens “to people around this country who refuse to be silenced by the far left.”

From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where his infamous confrontation with political activist Nathan Phillips occurred, Sandmann said Americans:

“are being fired, humiliated or even threatened” as a result of cancel culture and that “often the media is a willing participant.”

Sandmann closed by putting on a “Make America Great Again” hat.

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