Creepy Uncle Joe Biden Cornered At Book Signing Then Asked About Grouping Women


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Vice President Joe Biden is on a book tour across America. In his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware A man stood up and asked a simple question that Biden wasn’t expecting to get.

This is one of the greatest clips on the internet right now. The Vice President needs to be held accountable for his actions.

The man reportedly sat behind former U.S. Rep. Mike Castle and Valerie Biden, Joe Biden’s sister.

The audience erupted in anger, booing and shouting at the man to leave. After a few moments, Biden quieted the crowd enough to respond: “This is not Trump world,” which drew a deluge of applause and cheers, even as catcalls and boos aimed at the heckler continued.

Moments later the man, who filmed the interaction, was escorted out by security with the audience jeering at him as he was taken through the stage door. Grand officials said after the show that they had no idea who the man was or how he got the premium seat ticket. 


Otherwise Biden’s American Promise Tour, which revolved around his book “Promise me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship and Purpose,” was a lovefest between the longtime Delaware senator and his peeps.

Biden bridged his ideas about the greatness of America and the loss of his son to cancer with the notion that hope is the lynchpin for American society and for those battling a terrible illness.

“If you can find hope, you can find meaning,” he said, “and you can turn loss into something productive.” 

Energetic, engaged and focused, Biden threw plenty of jokes into his talk, including a few gigging former president Barack Obama. 

When he challenged the crowd to think of one great idea or product from the last 20 year that didn’t come from America, somebody shouted, “Joe Biden.” 

“I was made in America,” he boomed out into the audience, “unlike Barack.” That drew another unrestrained round of laughs and applause. Biden cracked that the best Obama-Biden meme he saw after the election was him saying he put a copy of the fake birth certificate into President Donald Trump’s oval office desk. That got more laughs and applause.

When moderator and former Sen. Ted Kaufman asked Biden how he and Obama managed to leave office as friends after eight years, Biden said he wanted to make something absolutely clear.

“He made the first friendship bracelet, not me,” Biden said, bringing down the house again. He said he and Obama stayed friends because they respected each other. 

Biden was mostly serious and inspiring.

He said the country is not broken, but the political system is because it will not allow Democrats and Republicans to work together anymore. -Delaware Online






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