Oops!.. He Did It Again: Creepy Joe Becomes Even More Bizarre At Press Conference

The old, senile, corrupt, and wicked man who is, unfortunately, leading America now, took the word “bizarre” to a new level just yesterday!

Namely, creepy Joe turned into some kind of a vampire, whispering and leering and the media.

Did his handlers give him something before the press conference?

Newsweek reported:

“Footage of President Joe Biden repeatedly whispering during a press conference at the White House on Thursday has been viewed more than 3 million times.

Biden whispered responses to reporter’s questions on three separate occasions during a press conference on Thursday evening in the White House East Room, while discussing a $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal that he said he would support if it included a supplemental second package.

The deal, which will be paid for using unused COVID-19 aid funding, will include $1.2 trillion in funding for infrastructure over an eight-year period, according to a statement from the White House, but is less than the $2.3 trillion he originally hoped to agree with the Senate.

The president’s repeated whispering caused a stir on social media, as a clip of the press briefing shared on Twitter by conservative website has been viewed more than 3 million times.”

Twitter went wild with “#Creepy Joe” trending. Take a look:

This incident reminded many of the time when Biden went “uncle creepy” on Chris Coons daughter at his swearing-in ceremony. After seeing that one, even John Stewart tried to “burn out his eyes”.

Let us remind you:

John Stewart said:

 “You’re not officially sworn in until Delaware Joe has felt up one female member of your family.”

It is possible that this poor girl still needs therapy.

Speaking of therapy, the press pool might need some too, after yesterday’s bizarre, creepy performance.


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