Creepy Joe’ Biden Got Warned Off By Ex-GOP Lawmaker

President Joe Biden’s inappropriate touching got him in trouble with Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA), with the ex-lawmaker threatening physical harm iif Biden did not get his hands off his wife.

Brown made the revelation while speaking to Tom Shattuck, host of the Burn Barrel podcast. 

“I told him I’d kick the sh-t out of him — kick the — beat the — I told him to stop. So yes,” said Brown. “He didn’t act the way I thought he should and — and you know we called him on it, and you know that’s it.”

President Biden is a serial offender when it comes to touching women inappropriately. His long rap sheet includes a 2015 incident where he grabbed the shoulders of Stephanie Carter from behind and whispered in her ear while her husband, Ash Carter, was giving his Secretary of Defense acceptance speech.

In 2020, former Nevada lawmaker Lucy Flores accused Biden of grabbing her by the shoulders and kissing her hair. Flores, who was 35 at the time, said the incident occurred in 2014 during a campaign event in Vegas.

“I felt him get closer to me from behind. He leaned further in and inhaled my hair” then “proceeded to plant a big slow kiss on the back of my head,” Flores wrote.

Biden, who was running for office at the time of Flores’ accusation, denied the allegation saying he had no recollection of the encounter.

Other incidents involved an inappropriate kiss on the lips of a California Little League usher in 2009 while the then-vice president was being enshrined into the Little League’s Hall of Excellence. Biden also groped The Hill’s Amie Parnes’ waist during a 2013 holiday party. 

During a 2011 Veterans Day parade in Media, Pennsylvania, Biden wrapped his arm around U.S. Navy veteran Ruthie Severino from behind. 

In 2020, Biden’s history of inappropriate touching made the term “Creepy Joe” a national trend on social media.