The Obamas are SILENT as Biden Already Faces 7 Female Accusers

The Obamas have remained silent, and opted not to stand up for their good friend Joe Biden as he now deals with seven #MeToo type accusations.

According to The Hill, 2020 hopeful Kamala Harris says she believes women who say they felt uncomfortable after receiving unwanted touching from former Vice President Joe Biden.

“I believe them and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it,” Harris said at a presidential campaign event in Nevada.

The California senator added that Biden will need to decide for himself whether to run for president.

“He’s going to have to make that decision for himself. I wouldn’t tell him what to do,” Harris said.

In recent days, several women have come forward to allege that Biden has touched them inappropriately.

Biden uploaded a “non-apology” apology video on Twitter, Tuesday afternoon.

Watch the video:

From The Daily Caller

The Obama family has not spoken out in support of former Vice President Joe Biden as he faces media scrutiny for his public behavior toward women ahead of an expected 2020 presidential candidacy announcement.

Four women came forward in various media outlets in recent days to relay stories of times when Biden made them feel uncomfortable and engaged in overfamiliar behavior.

Photos of Biden’s conduct with women he does not know have been an internet sensation for years, and the accusations against him have spawned a public conversation about acceptable behavior in public.

Women who have worked with Biden over the years have defended him in recent days, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and wife of former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter. Carter’s wife was caught in a viral photo of Biden holding her shoulders in which she appeared to be uncomfortable.

Notably absent are tweets or statements of support from former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama.

The former president has tweeted twice since the allegations against Biden surfaced with neither offering any statement of support.

Biden issued an apology video Wednesday afternoon though many of his staff blamed “right-wing trolls” and the Bernie Sanders campaign for beginning the news cycle about his behavior in the first place.

“The Joe Biden in my picture is a close friend helping someone get through a big day, for which I will always be grateful,” Carter wrote in a Medium post after the first allegation against Biden, saying, “A still shot taken from a video — misleadingly extracted from what was a longer moment between close friends — sent out in a snarky tweet — came to be the lasting image of that day.”

Pelosi similarly spoke up for Biden saying, “I don’t think it’s disqualifying” but offered some advice that “he has to understand in the world that we’re in now that people’s space is important to them, and what’s important is how they receive it and not necessarily how you intended it.”