Former US Senator and Foreign Diplomat Threatened to “Kick the Sh*t” Out of Joe Biden for Groping His Wife

Former Senator and US diplomat Scott Brown told podcaster Tom Shattuck this week that he warned Joe Biden he would “kick the sh*t” out of him if he groped his wife and TV announcer Gail Huff.

Senator Brown was sworn in by Joe Biden on February 4, 2010.

Joe Biden is widely known to grope, caress and sniff women and children — IN PUBLIC.

There is no better example of this obvious abuse than Joe Biden.

He even groped a little boy on camera not that long ago.


Via Zero Hedge:

Scott Brown, a former Massachusetts Senator who went on to serve as Trump’s Ambassador to New Zealand, said in a new podcast interview that Biden started touching his wife inappropriately when the newly-elected Republican was being sworn in, as first reported by the NH Journal.

“Yeah, I told him I would kick the sh… uh… I told him to stop,” Brown told Tom Shattuck on the Massachusetts-based Burn Barrel podcast.

Shattuck noted Biden’s history of inappropriate behavior around women over the years, including hair-sniffing of both women and children – suggesting that female 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,” referring to Biden’s initial refusal to acknowledge his illegitimate granddaughter fathered by Hunter Biden and a former stripper.

Ramaswamy Says He Is Open To Hunter Biden Pardon

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy said on Saturday that he would be open to pardoning President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, according to The New York Post.

The 38-year-old biotech millionaire said he would consider pardoning Hunter Biden in the interest of moving the nation forward following a period of what he considers politically motivated persecution, according to the Post. U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Friday that he was appointing U.S. Attorney David Weiss to investigate criminal allegations against Hunter Biden after the president’s son pleaded not guilty to charges related to tax fraud and weapons possession.

“After we have shut down the FBI, after we have refurbished the Department of Justice, after we have systemically pardoned anyone who was a victim of a political motivated persecution — from Donald Trump and peaceful January 6 protests — then would I would be open to evaluating pardons for members of the Biden family in the interest of moving the nation forward,” Ramaswamy told the Post. “It is a broad theme of this candidacy, leading us to a national renewal rather than a national divorce. It’s part of a broader vision of an American revitalization.”

Ramaswamy has been an adamant proponent of pardoning former President Donald Trump if he were to be found guilty in investigations related to his possession of classified documents and his involvement with the January 6 riot at the Capitol. In June, Ramaswamy sent a letter to several of his 2024 GOP rivals, asking that they pledge to pardon Trump or explain their decision not to.

Ramaswamy filed a suit against the Department of Justice (DOJ) on August 1, alleging a failure to respond to a Freedom of Information Act request demanding to see the communications between the White House and DOJ in the classified documents indictment against Trump.

The Real Clear Politics average of polls taken between July 12 and August 7 for the Republican presidential primary has Ramaswamy at 6.1% support among other candidates.

Mayor Suarez Concerned He’s Being Left Off Surveys

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says he has concerns he’s being excluded from many polls across the country.

Seven GOP candidates have reached 1% or higher in at least two qualifying national polls and two qualifying state polls from separate states, which is a requirement set by the Republican National Committee to participate in the Aug. 23 GOP presidential debate.

Suarez has already met the 40,000 unique donor threshold necessary to make the debate stage.

Asked by the Hill whether he had concerns he was not being included in surveys, Suarez responded: “I do, obviously, because it’s hard to make a polling threshold if you’re not included in the poll. 

“So, I do have concerns about that. I’ve always abided by the threshold. I’ve been very supportive of minimum thresholds because I do think that time is valuable. But I also think it has to be a fair process,” he added. 

A super PAC supporting Suarez’s White House run earlier this week said he was unfairly being excluded from many surveys across the country.

“Mayor Suarez’s message of bringing the Miami Model to the rest of the country is obviously resonating,” SOS America PAC spokesperson Chapin Fay said in a statement.

“But the fact [he] is still being excluded from many polls across the country is a black mark on the process, especially now that he has hit the fundraising threshold and is the only Hispanic candidate running. All candidates that have met the fundraising threshold should be included in any poll that the RNC is going to count as qualifying.”