Creepy uncle Joe accused of misconduct. No surprises here.

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wrenhal

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Joe Biden is the unwitting architect of the sex-panicked hellscape he’s now living in
Diana Davison and Barrett Wilson

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/j...e-sex-panicked-hellscape-hes-now-living-in-/


Joe Biden made the issue of sexual assault on campus his own. He forced a new interpretation of “Title IX” onto universities that required them to investigate and dole out unfair verdicts in sexual harassment and assault accusations. Unqualified bureaucrats took the place of police, lawyers, and judges, and as a result, a rash of false allegations were championed by victim advocates who had no understanding of the law or respect for due process. It’s been almost a decade of this appalling overreach. The lawsuits on behalf of these falsely accused young men and women are still working their way through the court system.

NowBiden is being “taken down” by the same bogus standards that he introduced across America’s campuses, and we are being asked to feel sorry for him. Not only did Biden advocate for consent across campuses, but he also advocated for “affirmative consent”—the exact standard he has violated over and over again in viral clip after viral clip of hair-smelling, handsy sleaziness. Countless young college students have been expelled and had their lives completely ruined for “unwanted touching” that was way more innocent than Biden’s.

Because of voices like Biden’s, the public has lost the ability to discern the difference between rape, ambiguous consent, or encounters that simply leave people feeling uncomfortable.

In the sex-panicked, puritanical culture that grew out of the 2011 “Dear Colleague” letter, what used to be minor grievances or embarrassing stories are now being championed as evidence of “toxic masculinity” or “rape culture.” The college students of that time have since graduated and taken influential positions in media and culture. They spent their college years being taught that social justice trumps due process. They were rewarded for expressing such preposterous opinions. Now they help to drive the conversation in the press and on social media.


Feeling uncomfortable is not abuse, and it’s embarrassing that we allowed such inane claims to permeate our culture. Questioning whether or not someone was too drunk to consent does not equal condoning rape. But thanks to Joe Biden we were told not to ask questions. We were told to disregard basic civil rights and decency in favour of blind belief.

This is the world he has wrought.

While schadenfreude can be fun, there is nothing amusing about the #believe, #rapeculture, #metoo environment that Biden helped create. Many who have fought against the undermining of due process are now being asked to help defend people like Biden when they fall victim to their own insane policies. But it’s not that easy.

Those who have struggled to draw attention to the very misfortune Biden is now facing should not forget how he contributed to his own downfall. They have a duty to hold him to that responsibility. While Biden may be feeling sorry for himself right now it doesn’t repair the past.


We don’t want an apology from Biden that caters to what he thinks the public wants to hear. Although if he did so I’m sure he’d say his perception was different than his accusers’. We want an apology for his lack of foresight. But, now that he’s accused, he’s not able to undo the mistakes of his past.

What if he’s innocent of any real misconduct? If Biden had cared about such things in the past, while he had the power to do so, it might play a part in our current consideration of his fate.

Those who have fought for due process will not take pleasure in watching Biden thrown under his own bus, but rushing to his aid should not be engaged in as an altruistic act. There is more at stake than Mr. Biden or any political party he represents. It is not acceptable for him to only start caring when it is his own reputation on the line.

It doesn’t matter what political party you represent if you don’t care about protecting innocent people against wrongful convictions. Clearly, Mr. Biden didn’t concern himself with this in the past, so why should he care now?


Politicians and lawyers shape our legal system. They are meant to do so with the public interest in mind. If Biden wants the benefit of the presumption of innocence, and he’s not getting it, then he has only himself to blame.

Maybe Joe Biden didn’t do what he’s accused of. Unfortunately for him, he didn’t care enough about protecting due process while he had the chance. Maybe politicians in the future will keep that in mind.

If Biden is counting on sympathizers for the falsely accused to defend him, well, he should have thought of that sooner. Hoaxsters were lifted up as folk heroes while the falsely accused, if they were lucky, received their justice in hushed tones. Many young people had their lives destroyed. Many young people took their own lives. And people like Biden, who are in the position to protect the rule of law, never seem to care about it until it’s too late.

Perhaps his presidential dreams are dashed, but his life should not be destroyed due to these allegations. But nor should the lives, education, and careers of those young men and women who were also denied due process. Perhaps men like Biden, who were quick to jump aboard the finger-pointing panic bandwagon when it suited them, will give more consideration to rule of law the next time they are presented with the choice of upholding due process or giving in to the justice of the mob
It's almost like this person is still wanting us to go easy on him. Lives being ruined for accidental touching, false claims, and girls regretting decisions, those are a problem on college campuses. Those are not the same as this repeated already behavior by Biden perpetrated on women down to young children.

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It's almost like this person is still wanting us to go easy on him. Lives being ruined for accidental touching, false claims, and girls regretting decisions, those are a problem on college campuses. Those are not the same as this repeated already behavior by Biden perpetrated on women down to young children.

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It’s almost like you have a vendetta against Biden for some reason. Oh yeah, his politics don’t agree with yours. Nothing in that article talked about going easy on him. Look at the identical type pics of Trump in similar situations posted above. Something makes me think you would be just fine going easy on him. Either is maybe discomforting for the person. “Perpetrated” like it is rape or real molestation insults people who have actually suffered those. You are being a feminist with your talk because you don’t like him. It is absolutely incredible to me how politics perverts people’s sense of morals and justice.
 

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It's almost like this person is still wanting us to go easy on him. Lives being ruined for accidental touching, false claims, and girls regretting decisions, those are a problem on college campuses. Those are not the same as this repeated already behavior by Biden perpetrated on women down to young children.

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It’s almost like you have a vendetta against Biden for some reason. Oh yeah, his politics don’t agree with yours. Nothing in that article talked about going easy on him. Look at the identical type pics of Trump in similar situations posted above. Something makes me think you would be just fine going easy on him. Either is maybe discomforting for the person. “Perpetrated” like it is rape or real molestation insults people who have actually suffered those. You are being a feminist with your talk because you don’t like him. It is absolutely incredible to me how politics perverts people’s sense of morals and justice.
Lol. The author is equating Biden with the kids on college campuses that get falsely accused because they look at a girl wrong or whistle at her. This is different than hearsay or a he said she said. This is literally tons of constant video and picture proof of this guy getting handsy with Little GIRLS even and there's no defense for it. It's creepy and wrong it's not just accidental and it's not somebody that's just overly affectionate.
I personally wouldn't let anybody, I don't care even the vice president of the u.s., touch my grown daughter that way let alone the one under ten.

As for Trump maybe I missed these pictures you're talkin about but when it comes to actually either talking about it or doing it I see that Biden actually does it and I've seen it over and over and over again and thought it was creepy for years not just today.

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It's almost like this person is still wanting us to go easy on him. Lives being ruined for accidental touching, false claims, and girls regretting decisions, those are a problem on college campuses. Those are not the same as this repeated already behavior by Biden perpetrated on women down to young children.

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It’s almost like you have a vendetta against Biden for some reason. Oh yeah, his politics don’t agree with yours. Nothing in that article talked about going easy on him. Look at the identical type pics of Trump in similar situations posted above. Something makes me think you would be just fine going easy on him. Either is maybe discomforting for the person. “Perpetrated” like it is rape or real molestation insults people who have actually suffered those. You are being a feminist with your talk because you don’t like him. It is absolutely incredible to me how politics perverts people’s sense of morals and justice.
In my morals by the way thank you very much say don't touch a woman unless 1) you're dating her or married to her or 2) have her permission. It's plain and simple BEING A GENTLEMAN. I don't go in and give a hug to a girl unless I know them and I know they're okay with it.

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As for Trump maybe I missed these pictures you're talkin about but when it comes to actually either talking about it or doing it I see that Biden actually does it and I've seen it over and over and over again and thought it was creepy for years not just today.
You had the time and ability to respond twice to my post but couldn't look back exactly eight posts to see the pictures you were responding about? And, the "Biden does it more than Trump" argument makes no sense when you are claiming it is against your morals. So, maybe you could tell us how many pics of touching uncomfortable appearing females makes it against your morals?
 

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As for Trump maybe I missed these pictures you're talkin about but when it comes to actually either talking about it or doing it I see that Biden actually does it and I've seen it over and over and over again and thought it was creepy for years not just today.
You had the time and ability to respond twice to my post but couldn't look back exactly eight posts to see the pictures you were responding about? And, the "Biden does it more than Trump" argument makes no sense when you are claiming it is against your morals. So, maybe you could tell us how many pics of touching uncomfortable appearing females makes it against your morals?
I have Townie blocked, so I only unblock a post from him once in a while to read and maybe respond. Honestly I didn't see those. Miss America looks staged, 2 girls do seem awkward and they look uncomfortable so I would say he should have pulled away but not creepy, don't know or can't see context of last photo.
As for creepy though? I don't see pics of him fondling and smelling the hair of little girls, or wrapping his arms around them so his hand is on their breasts, or creepily massaging their shoulders.

I also suppose that many people here have Townie blocked and this didn't see the pics.

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If I was Joe Biden I would go back in time and dress up in black face or as a member of the Klan and grab a women by the pussy.......then everything would be ok.
 
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So is one of the examples I made.....
If you're referring to the Gov. of Virginia, that's turning out to be an interesting situation & kind of a headscratcher.

Their 3 top officials being embroiled in scandal back in February, & now the people of Virginia have basically just moved on from it & basically say they're fatigued by the scandals & just want the people's work to get done.

Definitely a departure from what we've seen in similar situations.
 

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Say it aint so, creepy uncle joe!
Two more women accuse Biden of inappropriate touching
The hard left is doing some work and Trump is very appreciative. Will Biden even make it to the end of the year?
So it's one thing when President Trump talks of what he wants to do with women and then it's an entirely different matter when Biden is caught on camera doing as he wants with men women and even children. Biden is a proven loser from trying to run for president before. He shouldn't try again.
 
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So it's one thing when President Trump talks of what he wants to do with women and then it's an entirely different matter when Biden is caught on camera doing as he wants with men women and even children. Biden is a proven loser from trying to run for president before. He shouldn't try again.
It's all about timing & Biden simply isn't the right guy for the Dems at this time.

He said it himself, ironically, that people are tired of old, rich, white guys running things. He's all of those things, obviously, & he's as "establishment" as anyone could possibly be.
 

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It's all about timing & Biden simply isn't the right guy for the Dems at this time.

He said it himself, ironically, that people are tired of old, rich, white guys running things. He's all of those things, obviously, & he's as "establishment" as anyone could possibly be.
Yet he leads the polls and is ahead of two other rich, white guys.
 

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It's all about timing & Biden simply isn't the right guy for the Dems at this time.

He said it himself, ironically, that people are tired of old, rich, white guys running things. He's all of those things, obviously, & he's as "establishment" as anyone could possibly be.
And despite that the DNC still had to rig the primaries to keep Bernie out. So I'm fairly certain that "people are tired of old, rich, white republicans running things" is a more accurate statement.
 
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Yet he leads the polls and is ahead of two other rich, white guys.
Correct, & we all know polls are utterly reliable. Also, you left out the "old" part.

It's going to be interesting to watch & see whether the push far left within the Democratic party has as much support at the ballot box as it does media coverage.