When “creeptouching” Joe Biden struck again by getting all friendly with the wife of new Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, Byron York said it was time for a national conversation about Biden’s wandering hands.

York also found a politician who has warned about the kind of behavior Joe Biden often displays. That politician’s name is Joe Biden:

From Byron York’s column:

“There is no circumstance under which a man has a right to touch a woman without her consent other than self-defense,” Biden said in October 2000 in relation to the Violence Against Women Act. “We are changing the attitudes of America about what constitutes appropriate behavior on the part of a man with a woman.”

A few years earlier, in May 1993, Biden said, “No man has a right to touch a woman without her consent, and that’s what we’ve got to get across.”

“Lead by example” is obviously not among Biden’s high priorities:

There are obvious exceptions to Biden’s rule:



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