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Ana Navarro and her CNN gal pals think Biden’s inappropriate touching is a hoot 

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Does Ana Navarro think it’s okay to yuk it up over sexual misconduct?

On CNN’s New Day program, Navarro stepped forward, defended, and joked about the allegations against Joe Biden for being a serial “toucher” … most specifically in the case of former Nevada Assemblywoman Lucy Flores who has made accusations of sexual misconduct against the former vice president.

For years, observers have marveled over how he gets away with creeping, fondling, and smelling women and children, even during photo sessions and “meet and greets.”

Apparently, the old guy is harmless and we should all cut Uncle Joe some slack. After all, some people just deserve more credit than others. And when you’re a familiar lefty, it’s pretty much a given that cover and safekeeping by the media is part of the benefits package.

In fact, it must be kind of humorous when someone has the gall to actually try to throw shade on a Democrat of such stature as Biden.

“It’s hellishly unfair,” said Navarro. “In this segment we have mentioned Harvey Weinstein, we’ve mentioned Donald Trump, we’ve mentioned Brett Kavanaugh. Joe Biden didn’t do anything near to that. What he did was inappropriate and violates someone’s personal space.

“I think he needs to pick up the phone,” she sagely advised, “and I think he needs to make two phone calls. And he needs to call Lucy Flores and he needs to say, ‘You know what? I was there to campaign for you, I was there to support you, I was there to encourage you. I am sorry that I made you feel this way.'”

Then hilarity ensues when she continues, “So, Joe Biden needs to reach out and touch two someones. Not actually touch them. Just talk to them, OK, Joe? Just talk to them. Put your hands down and call them, maybe face-time them. Reach out and don’t touch someone.”

Biden himself vigorously denies being a deviant (although there are countless videos and photos on the internet that might have something to say about it). On Sunday in a statement he said, “In my many years on the campaign trail and in public life, I have offered countless handshakes, hugs, expressions of affection, support and comfort. And not once–never–did I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did so, I will listen respectfully. But it was never my intention.”

Lucy Flores admitted that she raised the accusations now due to the fact that Biden is seriously considering running for president in 2020. She said in an interview on CNN, “The reason why we’re having these conversations about Vice President Joe Biden is because he’s considering running for president.”

Usually, it is at this time of the election cycle when we expect skeletons to be dragged out of closets to besmirch political candidates. Biden’s unusual proclivity for seeking out tactile sensations and hair aroma in public arenas has never really been hidden.

Victor Rantala


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