Creepy Joe Strikes Again - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Creepy Joe Strikes Again
Joe Biden tells a young girl, "No serious guys until you're 30," Oct. 15, 2022 (Sky News Australia/YouTube)

Uncle Joe, celebrity sexologist, has improvised one of his teenage corruption sessions in Irvine, California, at the end of an event announcing his plans to reduce inflation. Well, sure, look at inflation: Everything points to the fact that the president knows as much about sex as he does about economics. “No serious guys until you’re 30,” he blurted out to a girl, as he took the opportunity, in keeping with his long-standing habit, to grab and sniff her hair like a Rottweiler would. He told the girl that he had given the same advice to his children, and looking at Hunter, it seems clear that the boy understood the phrase “no serious girls until you’re 70.”

When you trail a long history of inappropriate behavior with minors, the ideal thing to do would be to keep your distance and indulge in moderate caution. In any case, if you’re going to improvise giving an unsolicited sex lesson to a scared girl, the reasonable thing would be to at least give good advice: “Never get groped by a dirty old man,” and the like. At the end of the day, the “no serious guys” advice is less a marriage recommendation than it is sexualizing bravado that amounts to telling the girl to engage in flirting until she’s 30 years old, flitting between as many flowers as she can, and to have as much fun as possible. Actually, I get it: That’s the kind of voter the Left wants, teenage idiots whose most elaborate thinking spawns from the crotch.

Not only are these idiots a factory of incompetence and immorality, but they are also the enemies of happiness.

On the other hand, and without my wanting to come across all moralistic, Biden has given the girl the same advice that is ruining several generations formed in the cultural magma of the left that he represents. Why nothing serious until 30? Should she wait until she’s 30 to enjoy a proper courtship? Should the girl get married at 40? Arrive at marriage only after having shared a bed with every guy in Irvine? Have children at the limit of her fertility? Live with a damned herd of cats? If you don’t learn how to commit before you’re 30, you won’t learn how to commit after you’re 30. Not only are these idiots a factory of incompetence and immorality, but they are also the enemies of happiness. Someone should check to see if Uncle Joe’s advice is compatible with the right to happiness as enshrined in the American Constitution. (READ MORE from Itxu Díaz: The Post-Pandemic Proves the Left Is a Monster)

Joe Biden, we already know, is a zombie. He is the stupidest president of the United States, and he has worked hard to lift that title from Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama. These are merits that no one can deny him. If he is still in the White House, even though he doesn’t know what he is saying except when he indulges in his basest passions with teenagers, it is only because not even the Democrats are able to imagine, even for a second, Vice President Kamala Harris at the helm of the country. It is sad that the greatest nation in the world has to choose between a dangerous madwoman and an incompetent madman.

Undoubtedly, he hasn’t got much time left before he is excised from the government. The trumpets of his particular apocalypse are already sounding. But until that time comes, while he is still running around sniffing the scalps of minors and giving awful advice to teenagers, maybe it is time to withdraw at least half of his escort and allocate it to the protection of the girls who attend his events. They need it more.

Joe, honey, you’re 79 years old. If you want some free advice that’s more valuable than yours, I’ll give it to you: Don’t talk about sex with anyone; leave unsuspecting teenage girls alone. If you weren’t the freaking president of the United States, you would probably be in a right legal pickle with the parents of that underage girl. And tell your kids that you were wrong, that they should look for true love and commit, and not be as cowardly as you.

Itxu Díaz
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Itxu Díaz is a Spanish journalist, political satirist, and author. He has written 10 books on topics as diverse as politics, music, and smart appliances. He is a contributor to The Daily Beast, The Daily Caller, National Review, American Conservative, and Diario Las Américas in the United States, as well as a columnist at several Spanish magazines and newspapers. He was also an adviser to the Ministry for Education, Culture, and Sports in Spain.
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