While the women of “the view” come out on the side of women accusers nearly all of the time, apparently, when women attack a top Democrat, the same rules don’t apply.
Instead, Joy Behar and Whoppi Goldberg made it a point to trash Biden’s accusers.
Vanity Fair reported that in the post-#MeToo era, Joe Biden’s strange lack of personal boundaries, particularly around women, no longer appears so innocuous—the sort of cringey, old-man quirk worthy of jokey slideshows and late-night compilation videos. (The Daily Show famously produced a segment on Biden’s proclivity for invading women’s personal space entitled “The Audacity of Grope.”) So perhaps it was only a matter of time, with Biden contemplating another run for president, that a fresh allegation of unwanted touching would prompt a ferocious, Twitter-wide reassessment of the beloved former vice president.
However, the women on ABC’s “The View” don’t agree, and they defended Joe Biden and attacked his accusers.
Ironically, after this segment aired, 2 more Biden accusers came out, making 4.
Per Fox News, In the second incident, former college student Caitlyn Caruso told the paper that Biden “rested his hand on her thigh — even as she squirmed in her seat to show her discomfort — and hugged her ‘just a little bit too long’ at an event on sexual assault at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.” Caruso, now 22, told the paper that she was 19 at the time and had just recounted her own story of sexual assault.
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