The footage is real.
How do you know?
By the way, according to the time stamp on my post and the time stamp on your reply, you didn't have enough time to watch the video I provided. I'm sure you have a logical explanation for that.
Yeah, Perry Mason, I'd already seen it a few weeks ago when coldjoint put it up. Duh...
I'm guessing that you don't understand the concept of personal space.
I understand it very well. Crowds give me the heebie-jeebies. I prefer not to be forced to make physical contact with people. I'm not a big hugger. That's me — I don't assume that everyone else is as up-tight about personal space as I am.
The girl looks shocked, and the mother looks like she wants to get away from the situation, but can't, and can only turn away.
Yes, they're probably closer to me on the personal space spectrum. (But not too close, please.) The thing is, the video was purposely compiled to give the impression that there was something sinister about Biden's behavior.
They chose not to air clips where incidents like this passed by without any discomfort being shown.
Oh, I didn't realize that Joe was those girls' uncle.
He doesn't have to be a relative for me to make my point. Some adults are just touchie-feelie when it comes to kids and their demeanor changes almost immediately. Their face assumes an imbecilic expression, the pitch of their voice rises, and they address the "victim" in a sing-song manner similar to that used by people talking to puppies. That doesn't prove that they're pedophiles. It doesn't mean they're sick. And while I
might find it personally objectionable other people might criticize me for being cold and aloof.
People — and cultures — may have different standards when it comes to personal space. The anti-Biden crowd has opportunistically chosen to push a narrow moralistic interpretation on behavior which not only often goes unnoticed but is sometimes actually welcomed and celebrated — "What a warm, kindly fellow, isn't it nice how much he obviously loves kids."
Honi soit qui mal y pense.