Biden trolled for bizarre REVENGE PORN comment: 'Everybody knows somebody with naked photos online'

President Biden, 79, spoke about people who have 'revealing' pictures taken before being blackmailed or humiliated when they are posted online


                            Biden trolled for bizarre REVENGE PORN comment: 'Everybody knows somebody with naked photos online'
President Joe Biden (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

President Joe Biden was trolled on social media after he bizarrely spoke about revenge porn during his remarks on reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act at the White House Wednesday, March 16. Some even wondered if he was looking to protect his embattled son Hunter Biden, whose "compromising" images were leaked online.

Biden, who spearheaded the original act with a fellow senator in 1994, spoke about people who have "revealing" pictures taken before being blackmailed or humiliated when they are posted online. The 79-year-old POTUS also touted establishing "a new civil rights cause of action for those whose intimate images were shared on a public screen," and explained to an audience how compromising images could be exploited online.

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"How many times have you heard – I bet everybody knows somebody somewhere along the line – that in an intimate relationship, what happened was the guy takes a revealing picture of his naked friend, or whatever, in a compromising position, and then literally sends blackmails or mortifies that person – sends it out, put it online," Biden said. "We’re giving survivors real resources against abuse now. Ex-partners and stalkers who seek to humiliate and hurt them," he added.



 

Biden's comments came during a speech in the East Room of the White House. He was seen occasionally banging the podium and bizarrely lowering his voice to a whisper, as he has done several times in past pressers and speeches. Nonetheless, the Delaware Democrat was trolled for his comments by several prominent figures on social media.

"The way he relates to everyday Americans is admirable. My wife just took a picture of me next to a pineapple pizza the other day. While smoking crack," Chef Andrew Gruel tweeted. 

"Creepy politicians don’t understand this isn’t normal human behavior," reporter Jessica O'Donnell added.

"Joe Biden is a degenerate who hangs out with degenerates and assumes everyone else does too…" Texas Scorecard publisher Michael Quinn Sullivan wrote.

“Does Biden hang around with so many creeps that he really thinks everyone posts “revenge porn,” one social media user wrote.

"Just a pig of a human. I know no one, you? This is trying to pave the way for his sc pick who has worked her whole life to make child porn and pedophilia a much less severe crime with lesser penalties," former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling chimed in.



 



 



 



 

Some speculated that the President was looking to protect his son, Hunter, whose "naked pictures" in several "compromising positions" were leaked on social media.

"Do you think Biden announced the new 'civil rights cause of action' for revenge porn to protect Hunter? There are literally hard drives full of him in compromising positions. Was this change in law geared to bury those and punish anyone who 'exposes' them?" one Twitter user wrote.

"I did not have Joe Biden saying 'everyone knows someone who does revenge porn' on my apocalypse bingo card but frankly I'm really just disappointed in myself for not expecting it at this point," another joked.

"So what you’re saying is that someone very powerful or well known is about to have some not so flattering photos leaked? And you’re preparing us to be sympathetic?" someone else added.

"Could you imagine those images winding up on a laptop in a repair shop?? Holy cow!" another quipped.



 



 



 



 

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