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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has been hit with several claims of sexual misconduct. Now, in an unfortunate twist for ...

Alarming Video of Biden with Young Girl Surfaces, Amid Sexual Misconduct Claims

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has been hit with several claims of sexual misconduct. Now, in an unfortunate twist for the former Vice President, a past video of him touching a young girl in what appears to be an inappropriate manner has resurfaced.
The video in question shows Biden standing behind a young girl, touching her at–or right below–the breast area.

Viewers have noticed the body language of the young girl, who appears uncomfortable during the encounter.
The video emerged after former Nevada State Assemblywoman Lucy Flores accused him of touching her inappropriately in 2014, in a detailed oped for The Cut. A second woman is also accusing Biden of unwanted contact. Amy Lappos, a former aide to Democratic Rep. Jim Himes, claims that Biden touched her face with both hands and rubbed noses in 2009.
Amid both accusations, Biden has defended himself. His spokesman Bill Russo blasted “right wing trolls” from “the dark recesses of the internet” who are digging up old photos and videos of him.
The allegations look especially damaging, since Biden has positioned himself as an ally for women. Discussing Anita Hill, who accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment in the 90s, Joe Biden said, “No one’s entitled to hold any public office. They have to make their case. The presumption should be if the woman comes forward she’s likely telling the truth.”
Another video, which is circling online, shows a slew of awkward encounters between Biden and young girls and children:
To be fair, some of the conduct in the video above looks completely innocent. A few of the encounters, however, look uncomfortable.
In the age of the “Me Too” movement, Democrats need to decide how far they want to push their message. A few months ago, when Brett Kavanaugh was being confirmed to the Supreme Court, they pushed the “Believe All Women” narrative. But now, it seems as though they may be rethinking their stance on the issue.