Remember the creepy Joe Biden “hairy legs” video?
In case you missed it or need a refresher, here it is:
And his affinity for children to stroke his hairy legs in/around the pool pic.twitter.com/0T5y1DC9bk
— The Leftist Gladiator (@Anti_Leftist__) July 22, 2020
How gross is that? Biden is talking about kids stroking his legs with his hair that “turned blonde” in the sun and stood up, and how much he loved kids jumping in his lap at the pool as he stares down at the little kids who are next to him in the video. Uh, what? Kids not related to him and him being the lifeguard.
It was so creepy and out of the norm, people even made a cartoon about it:
Well, prepare for Creepy Joe Biden, the Sequel. You thought that was weird, now here’s the latest in what the heck is he saying here?
.@JoeBiden: "I had nurses at Walter Reed hospital who would bend down and whisper in my ear, go home and get me pillows. They would … actually breathe in my nostrils to make me move, to get me moving.” pic.twitter.com/hxW1UYs7Ba
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) July 22, 2020
What is Biden talking about?
Now, in context, I think this is likely after he had two brain aneurysms in 1988, as Tom Elliott observes, and two brain surgeries at least one at Walter Reed.
But breathing into his nostrils to get him moving? That’s not a thing.
In the 41 years I’ve been nursing I’ve never done that to any patients. Not even ones in brain & spinal cord injury units who required repeated stimulation throughout the day to wake them from comas. The only time I breathed into a patients nose was when I resucitated a newborn.
— ADDLEPATED DSF (@DSF17167531) July 22, 2020
Pretty much because it’s the only time you would do it.
More nurses weigh in:
The nurses have weighed in and none of them have ever heard of nurses breathing up a patients nostrils to get them going after a brain injury. 🤨 pic.twitter.com/JXkgY1Z7cR
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) July 22, 2020
I have both a legal and medical background, not something I ever learned or heard of.
And why would a nurse be whispering into his ear about pillows? And why would they have to go home to get you pillows? Don’t hospitals have pillows? Arrgggh, how could this man possibly be running for president?
Uhhh, what?? https://t.co/lkzMsLqP1U
— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) July 22, 2020
There is a reason his handlers don't allow questions. "Breathe in his nostrils"? Gross.
— Howard Steele (@HowardSteele5) July 22, 2020