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“What About the Girls You Molested on C-Span?” Man Confronts Joe Biden at Book Tour Event (Watch)

Former US Vice President Joe Biden was confronted during a stop on his book tour in Delaware by a man accusing him of molesting young women.

During a talk on his new memoir, Biden had been discussing his late son Beau’s feelings on the conviction of pediatrician Earl Bradley for the rape and molestation of young children.

It was then that Howard “Howie” Caplan stood up and accused Biden himself of abusing women.

Watch:

Howie, who is a child advocate, runs the YouTube channel The Traffick Report Show.

This is not the first time he’s confronted Biden at a public event:

In case you aren’t familiar with Creepy Uncle Joe’s antics, here’s a video compilation of him creepily fondling, smelling, and whispering to children and women.

People on Twitter chimed in to lend support to Howie for the brave confrontation:

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