As if we needed more evidence of Joe Biden’s strange behavior around children, cameras caught him in the midst of yet another bizarre moment. After confessing “I like babies better than people,” Biden proceeded to snatch up a defenseless infant and give him a sniff. It’s hard to imagine how anyone could still support this man as president after witnessing such concerning and uncomfortable behavior.
During his speech marking the 13th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, Joe Biden wouldn’t let Rep. Jimmy Gomez leave because his six-month-old got fussy.
During Biden’s speech, the baby started crying, prompting Rep. Gomez to get up and leave the room. But Biden called out to the congressman with his baby strapped to his chest, begging him to stay, saying, “It’s okay, I like babies better than people.”
After his speech, Biden snatched up the baby and held him close in front of photographers.
This awkward moment led to one Twitter user asking, “What makes creepy old guys think any kids want their face within 2 feet of theirs?”
Meanwhile, if Biden truly does “love babies better than people” then it begs the question as to why his administration allowed for an infant formula shortage crisis to take place under this watch not too long ago.
The House Oversight and Accountability Committee is wondering this as well, as it was recently announced that GOP leaders have sent a letter to FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf requesting documents and communications related to the government’s response to the nationwide baby formula shortage.
Joe Biden’s affinity for babies is becoming increasingly concerning as more and more footage captures his unsettling behavior around children. And while he may claim to like babies better than people, his administration’s failure to ensure an adequate supply of baby formula speaks to a dangerous level of incompetence. The investigation by the House Oversight Committee is a step in the right direction, but it’s clear that the Biden administration needs to do better in their overall efforts of making sure our country is well stocked with other essentials that people rely on to survive every day.
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