Woman In Infamous Creepy Biden Picture Comes Forward, Says This Is What Really Happened

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There are many reasons why Joe Biden is going to have a hard time becoming president. He’s run for president twice before and it obviously didn’t go very well. He seems like a nice guy but he’s really a gaffe machine. You’ve probably seen the YouTube videos explaining that fact.

Not only that but Biden has a history of being a little creepy with women. In fact, one woman came out recently and pointed that out.

From The Hill:

Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state assemblywoman, on Sunday night characterized her interaction with former Vice President Joe Biden not as sexual assault, but rather as “an invasion of my personal space” and “a clear violation of my bodily autonomy.”

In an interview on MSNBC with host Kasie Hunt, Flores spoke candidly about the allegations she first made in an op-ed published Friday.

“It is an invasion of my personal space,” Flores said. “It is a clear violation of my bodily autonomy to not be touched, unless I give you permission to touch it.”

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If you’ve followed Biden’s career at all you know he’s done that at a lot.

Remember this pic of Biden and Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s wife?

Not ideal.

However, she recently spoke out about the infamous picture.

From Fox News:

The photographs taken during the swearing-in of then-Defense Secretary Ash Carter in 2015 that showed Vice President Joe Biden standing behind the ex-cabinet member’s wife with two hands on her shoulders and– at times– his nose nuzzled against her hair, were misleading and “extracted from what was a longer moment between close friends,” Stephanie Carter said in a post on Medium.

Carter titled her post, “The #MeToo Story That Wasn’t Me.” She said her intention was to set the record straight that the moment was simply a longtime friend supporting another friend. But she wrote that Biden could sense she was nervous and “kept his hands on my shoulders as a means of offering his support.”

The photograph made its rounds in 2015, but she wrote that she believed it would blow over without comment. She admitted that “clearly that was wishful thinking.”

Carter made it clear that she supports Flores’ “right to speak her truth and she should be, like all women, believed.”


Sounds like she’s not upset about his creepiness but unfortunately for Biden this won’t be the last time he has to talk about it.


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