“Creepy Joe is back”, claims presenter after latest bizarre comment to little girl

This week saw a return to “Creepy Joe” claimed a Sky News Australia presenter after the US President was recorded making a number of inappropriate remarks to a nine-year-old girl.

Host Rita Panahi called out the president after his latest “creepy” moment on Friday when Biden went off-script during a speech at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Virginia and began complimenting the young daughter of a veteran.


“I love those barrettes in your hair,” Biden said.

“Man, I’ll tell you what, look at her. She looks like she’s 19 years old sitting there like a little lady with her legs crossed,” he added as he smiled at the child.

“Ew!” Ms Panahi remarked, reminding viewers that the “little lady” is “like eight or nine. Let’s not comment on how she crosses her legs and pretend that she looks like she’s 19,” she added.

“You can imagine the media meltdown if Trump said anything like that but the media is too busy being dazzled by Biden’s ice cream choices.”


In a highlights reel of Biden’s most bizarre moments, Ms Panahi ran through memorable clips which have resulted in a number of conservatives raising concerns about the president’s mental capacity.

“Anyone who has been paying attention knows that Biden’s bizarro and sometimes creepy antics and comments are nothing new. Even CNN when they were team Hillary Clinton highlighted Biden’s weird, toughy-feely ways.

“Of course you wouldn’t see any coverage like that on CNN now that they along with the bulk of the media is acting as the Biden administration’s propaganda arm. You can be sure they’d be interested if Trump was sniffing women’s hair, talking about how a primary school-aged girl looks 19 or explaining how children used to tough his hairy legs.”

The broadcaster then proceeded to show an historic clip of Mr Biden reminiscing about how children used to stroke his legs and how he has “loved kids jumping on my lap.”

“That is now the leader of the Free World and we’re all supposed to pretend that he has no cognitive issues whatsoever,” Panahi added.