Democrat Joe Biden has done some very weird things in public, and this may be the weirdest thing we have seen. Video emerged of Biden holding a young man’s hand, placing a used black facemask into the palm of the boy’s hand. The boy looks confused as the camera pans out.
“What does Joe Biden put in Andy Beshear’s son’s hand? Look at him reach down and grab the kid’s hand,” a man is heard saying.
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The full video comes from tik tok user @Tommymilazzojr about a week ago.
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Far-left Democrat Beshear often posts about his son, Will.
Today we were with Will as he received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. I love Will, Lila and Britainy more than anything. I believe in these vaccines, their safety and effectiveness. pic.twitter.com/C9oTI1dRNM
— Andy Beshear (@AndyBeshearKY) July 8, 2021
The above footage appears to be from a June 23 tarmark visit between Biden and Beshear.
Local news reported:
“What did President Biden and Gov. Beshear talk about at the airport in Northern Kentucky?
Joe Biden made his way to Ohio this week to promote his Build Back Better agenda, but before he did that, he made a brief stop in the Bluegrass State, where he was welcomed by Gov. Andy Beshear and his family.
Photos and video show the first family of Kentucky chatting it up with the Commander-in-Chief Wednesday at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Beshear was accompanied by first lady Britainy Beshear and their two children.
Beshear greeted Biden as soon as Biden walked down Air Force One. While there is no sound of them talking on the tarmac, video shows the group talking, smiling and laughing next to one of the president’s vehicles.
So what did the president and governor talk about?
WLKY reached out to the governor’s office for a statement, in which they responded that Beshear specifically addressed the state’s infrastructure needs, including the updates needed on the Brent Spence Bridge.
Over the past few months, Biden and members of his administration have been traveling to states to shore up support for the first phase of his ambitious infrastructure plans. The first phase, a bipartisan deal, includes funding for roads, bridges and other public works projects.
“Gov. Beshear wanted the opportunity to greet the President in Northern Kentucky and advocate for the needs of the people of the commonwealth,” said deputy communications director Sebastian Kitchen.
The governor’s office did not elaborate further on the infrastructure discussions between the governor and the president, but the meeting wasn’t just about business.
Beshear’s children got to meet and talk with the president who also provided them a tour of Air Force One, the governor’s office said.
While brief, Biden’s appearance at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Boone County marks his first official stop in Kentucky.
After departing from the airport, Biden made his way to Cincinnati’s west side, where he toured a union electrical training center. Then later Wednesday evening, he attended a town hall at Mount St. Joseph University in Delhi Township hosted by CNN.