Joe Biden Discusses Sucking Blood from Children in Disturbing Video

Joe Biden Discusses Sucking Blood from Children in Disturbing Video

In a bizarre response to an unrelated question, Joe Biden discussed the conspiracy theory that he sucks the blood of children.

On July 22, a video clip went viral from the previous night of Joe Biden responding to a question from a reporter about whether some Democrats support the radical “defund the police” movement.

“I’m the Democratic Party; I am president. So is the Speaker of the House and so is the, the Majority Leader. We are not the defunding the police,” Biden claimed.

“Okay,” a reporter responded. “And are there people who — in the Democratic Party, who want to defund the police?”

“Are there people in the Republican Party who think we’re sucking the blood out of kids?” Biden snapped.

Talcott, seemingly confused, replied to the bizarre and unrelated answer by saying, “I…I’m…I’m not sure.”

Elijah Schaffer, a reporter for The Blaze, shared video of Biden’s bizarre comment on Twitter, along with the caption: “Love that @ShelbyTalcott was able to get Joe Biden to admit he’s aware people think he drinks the blood of children & the best part is, it was on the tip of his tongue. It’s something he thinks about haha. Do you think about this often Joe? LMAO.”

Strangely enough, this is the second time in less than two days that Biden randomly brought up this conspiracy theory.

During a horribly botched CNN town hall event on July 21, Biden made a similar comment when asked by CNN host Don Lemon about the lack of bipartisan support for a commission to study the unbelievably overblown January 6th riot.

“If Republicans and Democrats can’t come together to investigate the biggest attack on our Capitol in 200 years, what makes you think that they can come together on anything?” Lemon asked.

“These people. No, I mean it. I’m not being facetious. Democrats and Republicans. I don’t care if you think I’m Satan reincarnated. The fact is, you can’t look at that television and say nothing happened on the 6th. You can’t listen to people who say this was a peaceful march,” Biden replied.

“No, I’m serious. Think about it. Think of the things being said,” he continued. “I’ve been through the other end of this when the Democrats 35 years ago were way off to the other side. Think about it.”

“Look, I sometimes get myself in trouble for what I’m about to say. Not that I get in trouble,” Biden said. “As you’ve heard me say before, no one ever doubts I mean what I say. The problem is I sometimes say all that I mean. “But all kidding aside, I have faith in the American people – I really do – to ultimately get to the right place. And, by the way, many times Republicans are in the right place. I don’t mean it’s always Democratic point of view.”

Biden then mentioned the conspiracy theory, stating: “But some of the stuff – I mean, QAnon, the idea that the Democrats or that Biden is hiding people and sucking the blood of children and – no, I’m serious. That’s – now you may not like me, and that’s your right. Look, it’s a simple thing. You can walk out and say, I just don’t like the way that guy wears his tie. I’m voting against him. You have a right to do that. You have a right to do that.”

While the conspiracy theory is bizarre, the fact that it is on Biden’s mind so much that he mentions it twice in less than two days is also strange. This is just another attempt to paint Republicans as crazy conspiracy theorists, while also avoiding answering tough questions.


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