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Former U.S. Senator Said He Threatened to ‘Kick the Sh**’ Out of Joe Biden

Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown said he once threatened to ‘kick the sh**’ out of Joe Biden for getting handsy with his wife.

Brown, who served as the United States Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa in the Donald Trump administration, made the comments on Tom Shattuck’s Burn Barrel podcast.

According to NH Journal, who first reported Brown’s remarks, Burn Barrel is a “Massachusetts-based show hosted by the former Boston Herald Radio personality and his wife, Alice.”

Brown said then-Vice President Joe Biden got touchy with his wife, Gail Huff Brown, while being sworn-in into the congressional body.

“Yeah, I told him I would kick the sh**…I told him to stop. So, yes,” Brown commented.


NH Journal reports:

Shattuck raised the issue of Biden’s odd behavior around women over the years, including highly-publicized incidents of hair sniffing (both women and children) and overly-familiar touching. Shattuck suggested women voters didn’t like what they were seeing.

“Biden has taken a hit in the polls, especially in the last few months. This thing with his granddaughter really stuck,” Shattuck said, referencing Biden’s unwillingness to acknowledge the granddaughter his son Hunter fathered out of wedlock with an exotic dancer.

“Also, I think people are irked out about all the hair sniffing and things when he went overseas. I think women are skeeved out by that stuff. He’s not a good guy. You know him…” Shattuck said before Brown interrupted.

“I did know him. I spent quite a bit of time with him. I enjoyed his company. But that’s not Joe Biden,” Brown said.

Sky News Australia has noted Biden’s bizarre antics and creepy behavior in multiple reports.



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