Biden Claims George Floyd’s Daughter Wanted To Sit On His Lap In Bizarre Interview: “My Wife Would Kill Me”

What’s wrong with him?

While speaking to the media on Tuesday, Joe Biden said George Floyd’s daughter wanted to sit on his lap during their little adventure in the White House. Well, Dementia Joe used the wrong comment at the wrong time. I mean, people are already talking about his awkward behavior around children. This comment sure adds fuel to the fire.

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The Floyd family arrived at the White House on Tuesday on the anniversary of George’s death. Fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of his death.

Biden was talking to reporters about the visit when he said, “[Gianna] threw her arms around me, gave me a big hug, and wanted to sit on my lap.”

You’re a horrible person, Mr. President!

Reporters asked Biden about Gianna’s favorite meal at the White House.

“My wife would kill me,” Biden muttered. “— we gave her some ice cream, she had some Cheetos, and I think she had some chocolate milk,” Biden said.

A lot of strange things happened on the anniversary of Floyd’s shooting.

During the memorial in Minneapolis, cameras caught shooting at the spot.

“Shots fired at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis,” reported Fox News correspondent Garrett Tenney. “It sounded like an exchange of gunfire with around 10 shots. Our crew evacuated the area and aren’t in a position to see more right now. I’ll update with more if/when we can.”

The audio was captured as heard in the following video, but the video footage was prerecorded.

Here’s what Heavy reported:

That’s the one-year anniversary of Floyd’s death. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted by a jury of murder. It’s not clear whether the shots being fired caused any injuries or what the motive was or who fired them.

Also on the anniversary, Floyd’s family was expected to meet with President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to CNN. Floyd died on May 25, 2020.

George Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd, told CNN that he thinks “things have changed” since Floyd died.

“I think it’s moving slowly, but it’s making progress. I just want everything to be better in life, because I don’t want to see people dying the same way my brother has passed,” Philonise Floyd said on CNN’s “New Day.”

Other journalists also heard the gunfire. Alex Presha, a journalist with ABC News, wrote that he heard about 12 gunshots.

“This morning at #GeorgeFloyd Square our team heard what sounded like well over a dozen gun shots. We’re rushed behind a row of cars. The once active intersection full of camera crews and people now clearing out. Everyone appears to be OK,” he wrote.

People sheltered in place after the shots rang out.

Philip Crowther of the Associated Press noted that one shot broke a window. “From our vantage point we see one broken window, apparently from one of the shots fired. Consensus among reporters here at George Floyd Square was that we heard anywhere between a dozen and two dozen shots fired,” he wrote on Twitter.

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