Biden’s ‘Hands-On’ Approach: Ex-Senator Claims He Warned President Over Wife’s Personal Space

President Biden has once again been slammed with allegations of inappropriate behavior, this time involving a claim made by Scott Brown, former U.S. Senator. Here’s what happened.

Biden’s Conduct and His Fitness for Office

Brown recently detailed an alleged incident involving his wife, Gail Huff, and President Joe Biden on Tom Shattuck’s Burn Barrel radio show.

The conversation unveiled a discourse surrounding Biden’s conduct and his fitness for office, further amplifying the ongoing scrutiny faced by the President.

The radio show host, Tom Shattuck, set the stage by alluding to Biden’s declining popularity in recent polls, attributing it to the public’s unease with what has been described as inappropriate interactions – from hair sniffing to perceived invasions of personal space.

“Women Are Skeeved Out by That Stuff and, You Know, He’s Not a Good Guy”

“Women are skeeved out by that stuff and, you know, he’s not a good guy,” remarked Shattuck.

Brown, a Republican Senator who served from 2010 to 2013 before being appointed as New Zealand’s ambassador by former President Donald Trump, offered his perspective on Biden’s behavior.

Brown said, “I did know him. I spent quite a bit of time with him, I enjoyed his company, but that’s not Joe Biden.”

“We all know people who have dementia and have the beginning of Alzheimer’s and he’s got it. It’s the walk, it’s the way he’s mumbling, his anger outbursts, and you know, it’s a shame that we can’t do better, as I said, in this great country, but you know a lot of people don’t want to run because of everything you’re seeing now,” Brown added.

“No, No, It’s Old News. It’s Old News”

The conversation took an even more intriguing turn when Shattuck recalled an incident allegedly occurring during Brown’s tenure as a senator.

Shattuck asked, “I might be imagining this, but did you— when you were on Herald Radio with us, probably seven years ago when you got sworn in as senator, was he like hair-sniffing Gail or handsy with Gail, or did I imagine that?”

“Yeah, yeah. I told him I’d kick the s*** out— I told him to stop, so yes,” Brown said with a laugh.

When Shattuck asked the former senator to reiterate the story, Brown replied, “No, no, it’s old news. It’s old news.”

“I’m Just Glad To Know SOMEONE Stood up and Said Something to That CREEP!!!”

But, he added, “Biden didn’t act the way I thought he should and, you know, we called him on it, and you know, that’s it.”

“You called him on it to his face right there?” Shattuck asked, to which Brown replied, “Oh yeah.”

Several Twitter users shared their thoughts on the incident.

One Twitter user wrote, “If you know that there will be no consequences, you can do whatever you want.”

Another user added, “I’m just glad to know SOMEONE stood up and said something to that CREEP!!!”

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Source: OK Magazine