In one of the worst storms to ever hit the state, Kentucky citizens watched in horror as houses were torn from their foundations, cars swirled into the air, and over 70 lives were lost. According to the current numbers, 74 people have died due to the tornadoes that plagued the state. Twelve of those lives lost were children. There are still 122 unaccounted for, with more than 24,000 people with power. And surveying the damage, more than 1,000 homes have been destroyed.
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden visited the state and witnessed first-hand the destruction of mother nature. But apparently, Biden was more worried about playing with a young boy than the people who are suffering. In the video below, President Biden decided not to listen to the speech being made and focused more on rubbing the hair of the boy he was standing behind.
What is so concerning about the video is how President Biden never takes his hands off of the child. Biden maintains control of the boy to the point that when it is time to leave, the President remains to hold on to him.
Although some might come to his defense, this was the first time Biden got a little handsy with a minor. And I don’t mean in the last couple of months, I mean during the same trip. While visiting several towns and cities that were hit, Biden met a 12-year-old girl holding what might be the only thing she has left – an American flag. Almost unable to help himself, Biden rubs his hand down her arm, back, and side while she appears uncomfortable from the attention.
— ABC News (@ABC) December 15, 2021
While the Democrats and his handlers might not want to address the glaringly obvious, one Kentucky resident didn’t have a problem demanding to know where the children are while Biden stood only a few feet away. The person even called President Biden a “pedophile” on several occasions.
Of course, President Biden acted as if the person didn’t exist and continued about his business, but the videos above are hard to forget.
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