Let me guess...specially selected by the Trump campaign and possibly even edited?
I'm not sure exactly what you're saying here, hightor. Are you saying that, because a pro-Trump person put up videos showing Joe's propensity for putting his hands, lips, and nose on young girls, it can be dismissed as propaganda? Or, are you saying that what we see in the the videos has been manipulated?
Most people understand that when they see an old man touching, sniffing, and kissing the hair of young girls, it doesn't matter whether a Trump supporter brought it to their attention or not; it takes nothing away from Joe's problem. Also, you've destroyed your own position. Your response to what is clearly seen in the videos is to claim that they have possibly been edited. This tells me that you DO understand the nature of what is seen on the videos; otherwise, you wouldn't have offered your "edited video" explanation.
The guy's been pressing the flesh for forty years
Yeah. No shyt. But let's hear what you're really saying. You're saying that, because Joe has had this problem for forty years, it falls under the grandfather clause or some other such nonsense. Of course, the grandfather clause had to do with code issues, and not old man behavioral issue. But you knew that already.
. . . you have no way of knowing if these isolated clips are truly representative of his behavior.
Silly boy. His behavior
on the videos IS representative of his behavior
. What else would it be representative of?
. . . strangely fixated on instances of personal contact.
Uh huh. Well, you've already forgotten that your response to those videos was to suggest the possibility that they were altered, which means that you understand that Joe's behavior on those videos needed some explanation. So you opted for the altered-video explanation. Fail!
Democrat Lucy Flores was preparing to give one of her final stump speeches in a race for lieutenant governor in Nevada when she felt two hands on her shoulders. She froze. “Why is the vice-president of the United States touching me?” Flores wondered.
Flores recounts her experience with Joe Biden in a first-person essay for New York Magazine, describing an incident in 2014 where Biden came up behind her, leaned in, smelled her hair, and kissed the back of her head.
So why don't you field that question from Lucy Flores? Why was the vice-president of the United States standing behind her with his hands on her shoulders and leaning in to sniff her hair and kiss the back of her head?