By Martin Walsh May 14th, 2019, 9:14 EDT
Joe Biden once “joked” about his preoccupation with college “panty raids,” a 1950s fad in which male students would burst into female dormitories and steal women’s underwear.
According to the text of a Dec. 3, 1986 speech to the National League of Cities in San Antonio, Texas, Biden recalled watching John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address as a senior in high school and said the speech “kindled the bonfire that started all over again.”
“For those of you who look back on it and say, ‘Things are different now than they were then,’ let me remind you — in 1959 and early 1960, there was no great movement on the college campuses. The only thing we were concerned about in those days was jobs and panty raids,” he said.
The fact that Biden was joking about a prank to steal women’s panties says everything about him — and could severely harm his 2020 presidential campaign.
The recently resurfaced comments also come after he has been accused by several women of inappropriately kissing and touching them.
Former Nevada Democratic lawmaker Lucy Flores published a column last week and accused Biden of grabbing her shoulders, smelling her hair, and kissing her head without consent at a 2014 campaign event.
Amy Lappos, a former volunteer congressional aide for Democratic Connecticut Rep. Jim Himes, claimed that during a fundraising event in 2009, Biden grabbed her head and pulled her in close to rub noses.
Creepy Joe is all about some panty raids and invading the personal space of women.