VIDEO: Creepy Joe Biden Loses Self Control

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

During his departure from Helsinki on Thursday, President Biden was seen to have a peculiar interaction with a young girl. As he was saying his goodbyes to the embassy staff and their families, he leaned towards a small girl, appearing to nibble on her shoulder.

The young girl seemed startled by the act and recoiled when the President, soon to be 81 years old, attempted to plant a peck on her head.

The incident was recorded on video and quickly circulated on social media, eliciting a wide range of responses. Several users criticized the president’s unconventional behavior.

Caleb Hull, a conservative strategist, referred to it as one of Biden’s most disconcerting interactions with a child. He remarked that the President could avoid such awkward moments but seems unable to.

On a lighter note, Republican strategist Greg Price humorously suggested that Biden might be mistaking children for ice cream cones.

Donald Trump Jr. responded to the video by suggesting that Biden would be better off in a retirement home than leading the country.

Political comedian Tim Young found the act alarming, asking why anyone would place their mouth on someone else’s child in such a manner. He described the act as unsettling and strongly advised against exposing children to Biden.

Another Twitter user commented on how visibly uncomfortable the little girl was during the incident in Finland.

This strange incident occurred as the President concluded his five-day European tour, which included participation in a summit in Lithuania to bolster support for Ukraine amidst its conflict with Russia and to highlight Finland’s NATO membership.

President Biden made several verbal blunders during his trip. He mixed up Russia and Ukraine and their respective leaders. In one instance, he misnamed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as “Vladimir,” creating confusion with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Later on, he mistakenly referred to Ukraine as Russia in a speech.

Such verbal slip-ups are not new for Biden, who was previously quoted mistakenly saying Putin was “clearly losing the war in Iraq.”