Former Vice President Joe Biden got aggressive with a young college student when her questions got him angry.
The student, named Katie, asked the Democrat presidential candidate how many genders there are, and he did not like it.
Biden answered that there were “at least three,” which is a ridiculous answer in an of itself, but Katie pressed, asking him what those genders were.
“Don’t play games with me, kid,” he said as he got testier with the young woman and then he reached for her and grabbed her arm aggressively.
“By the way, the first one to come out for marriage was me,” he said in reference to his support for the legalization of gay marriage.
Katie shared the video with her boss, Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk, who shared the video on Twitter for everyone to see.
“My team just forwarded this video to me,” Kirk said. “Watch former Vice President Biden forcefully grab one of our young field staffers at yesterday’s Iowa State Fair after she asked him how many genders there are.”
My team just forwarded this video to me
Watch former Vice President Biden forcefully grab one of our young field staffers at yesterday’s Iowa State Fair after she asked him how many genders there are pic.twitter.com/1qmpJxJlzO
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 9, 2019
“I started to walk away and then, it doesn’t stop there, he grabs my arm and pulls me back to make eye contact with him again and yells something about marriage at me,” Katie said.
“So I walked away and I was mad, just very, very mad that someone would actually treat me like that,” she said.
The assault comes just days after the former vice president said that poor kids are the same as “white kids” as if there are not poor white kids.
It happened again on Thursday in a speech on the campaign trail when he insulted every kid who is not white in one sentence.
The former vice president wanted to show that he is a president for all people but what he showed is what Democrats think of minorities and even CNN mocked it.
“I want to move onto Iowa for I can because Joe Biden gave what was considered a blistering speech about President Trump.
“It was a moment some said was the strongest in this campaign to date. It is a version of Joe Biden some people think is one of the better versions of him.
“But he’s also the version of Joe Biden that says things that are controversial, inadvertently to be sure. I want to play you something he said when he was speaking to a group of what we understand was Hispanic and Asian voters in Iowa yesterday,” the anchor said as she showed the clip.
“We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids, wealthy kids, black kids, Asian kids. Think how we think about it,” Biden said.
Imagine that. When Biden thinks of “poor kids” the first thing he thinks is that they must be children of color.
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