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Former Sen. Scott Brown Says He Once Threatened Joe Biden Over Treatment of His Wife

Former Sen. Scott Brown Says He Once Threatened Joe Biden Over Treatment of His Wife

“I told him I’d kick the s— out — I told him to stop, so yes”

Former Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts said recently that he threatened Joe Biden while he was vice president for getting a little too familiar with his wife at his swearing in ceremony.

Anyone who has been watching Biden over the years would find this very easy to believe. His habit of getting weirdly close to people is well documented.

FOX News reports:

Former U.S. Senator claims he once threatened to ‘kick the s—t’ out of Joe Biden for treatment of his wife

Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown claimed he once had to tell President Biden to back off his wife or he’d “kick the s— out of him.”

Brown, who later served in the Trump administration as Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, was discussing the relationship he had with Biden when he served in the Senate representing Massachusetts. On the “Burn Barrel podcast,” Brown said he had to give Biden a strong warning during his swearing-in ceremony several years ago.

“I told him I’d kick the s— out — I told him to stop, so yes,” he chuckled.

The former senator was reluctant to discuss the “old news” but after being prompted to elaborate he recalled the moment calling out Biden “to his face.”

“Yes, he didn’t act the way I thought he should, and we called him on it and that’s it,” he responded.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Brown’s story.

Here’s more from New Hampshire Journal:

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.

“We all know people who have dementia and have the beginning of Alzheimer’s, and he’s got it. I mean, it’s the walk. It’s the way he’s mumbling, his angry outbursts. And it’s a shame that we can’t do better in this great country.”

You can listen to the audio below:

Good for Scott Brown for defending his wife.

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E Howard Hunt | August 13, 2023 at 2:29 pm

There was certainly no need for Biden to be in a huff.

It’s too bad Senator Coons didn’t defend his daughter in similar fashion at his swearing in ceremony. Coons’ young daughter was obviously distressed by VP Biden’s groping of her. All Coons did was laugh like a little schoolboy. I’ll never forget what a wimp Coons is and I hold him in low regard to this day!

More surprising is the reminder that a mere 10 years ago Massachusetts actually elected a Republican to the US Senate – the first one since 1946.

    henrybowman in reply to LB1901. | August 13, 2023 at 4:39 pm

    Scott Brown was a RINO’s RINO.
    Which is the best you can expect from Massachusetts, the satrapy of Mitt Romney, Paul Cellucci, Jane Swift, and Peter Blute. After that trio, it was tough to persuade even registered Republicans to vote R anymore, because there was simply no difference.

    To remind you how hopeless things are for poor whipsawed Massachusetts Republicans, take a look at this matched pair of bumper stickers.

    The first sticker was distributed in mid 1992. Peter Blute was sworn in in 1993, In late 1993, he voted for the Brady Bill. In late 1994, he voted for the “assault weapons ban.” In 1995, the second bumper sticker was distributed, by the very same folks.

Just like a Republican,…..all talk and no action

“Brown, who later served in the Trump administration as Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa.”

I want that gig. I promise to open a consulate in Queenstown to better establish relations with the Royal families of Samoa-Tonga.

Germany is debating whether to ban the far-Right Alternative for Germany (AfD) as the party surges to 21% in the polls, saying “It’s time to defend democracy.”

    henrybowman in reply to Tiki. | August 13, 2023 at 4:41 pm

    It’s well understood by the Nazi left that you have to destroy the voice of the people in order to save it.

nordic prince | August 13, 2023 at 4:47 pm

If more men had threatened and/or followed through with kicking the crap out of Biden whenever he groped their women and children, at least the pervert would be less obvious in his assaults. (And let’s be clear: it IS assault, not merely “friendliness” or “paternal affection” or senility or whatever lipstick the left would like to smear on that pig. Biden needs to be charged with multiple counts of assault.)

Shame on all the craven “men” who were content to look the other way, all in the name of political expediency.

    georgia peach in reply to nordic prince. | August 13, 2023 at 5:02 pm

    The only one that I have seen who took a stand was mild mannered Grandpa Jeff Sessions who swatted Joe’s paws away from his twin granddaughters. And yes, I can’t stand Coons either. Biden took his measure that day.

Too bad more men didn’t act as husbands and fathers when Brandon the pedophile assaulted their loved ones. You protect those you love by being dangerous enough to deter evil people like Brandon the pedophile.

is there anything that the lack of relevancy wont make a politician do ?

I think Biden’s behavior, along with being sexually creepy is also a power and domination move. Biden is essentially telegraphing to married men with daughters, “I’m so powerful that I can touch and fondle your women and there’s nothing you can do about it.”