(FreedomBeacon.com)- In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., Joe Biden spoke at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday.
Reports show that while he was at church, Biden told a lie.
Joe Biden asserted that as a teenager, he frequented a black church.
He said before he went to the Black church, he used to attend 7:30 mass every morning in high school and then in college. He said he was not joking.
When Biden says, “not joking,” it means he’s lying.
He also made up a story about participating in the civil rights movement.
Video reports show that Biden suddenly made a move toward a female audience member.
He said, “Honey, what’s your name?” and told her he was glad to see her. He then said he wanted to take a photo with her before he left. “Is that OK?”
Well, it’s not okay, and First Lady Jill Biden knows it.
According to a report from April 2019, Jill Biden stated in an interview with ABC’s Good Morning America that Joe Biden, the former vice president, needed to judge better how he reacts to people when they approach him.
The problem is, it’s usually Joe Biden who approaches certain people who capture his creepy gaze.
At the time, Jill Biden was responding to recent claims that her husband had touched someone inappropriately. In their first television interview since Joe Biden formally declared his candidacy for the 2020 presidential race last week, Jill and Joe Biden jointly addressed the accusations.
Jill Biden told interviewer Robin Roberts that people don’t realize how many people approach Joe, looking for comfort or empathy. But going forward, she believed he would need to judge better how people would react when they approach him and whether or not he should approach them.
Don’t you see? It’s not Joe. It’s THEM.
According to reports, several women have accused Joe Biden of making them uncomfortable with what they deemed inappropriate touching, and he has come under increasing scrutiny.
Later, Biden made a two-minute Twitter video in which he promised to be much more respectful and mindful of others’ personal space and said it was his responsibility.