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So Strange: Biden in 2017 Clip Talks Hairy Legs and ‘Kids Jumping on My Lap’


A disturbing video clip of 2020 hopeful Joe Biden is making the rounds online, featuring the former vice president discussing his time as a lifeguard at a public pool in Delaware and how kids would come “rub” his hairy legs.

“I got hairy legs that turn blonde in the sun, and the kids used to reach in the pool and rub my leg down and watch the hair come back up again,” said Biden. “"So I learned about roaches, I learned about kids jumping on my lap, and I've loved kids jumping on my lap."

"And I tell ya what, the men, who are now all men... and they're all guys at the time, they're all good men," he continued. 

Say what?

The remarks were from back in 2017 when he shared his infamous “Corn Pop” story about facing off a gang leader outside a public pool in 1962. WITN Channel 22 “thought in fairness, people should see the full Joe Biden speech from the event, and not just a 2-minute excerpt.”

Biden just over the weekend again demonstrated some strange behavior. He was seen nibbling on his wife’s fingers while she was giving a speech at a campaign event in Iowa.

This was during a stop on his so-called “No Malarkey” Iowa tour.

Photos of the #Biten event, of course, went viral, and were made into memes.  

As if sniffing hair wasn’t weird enough.

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