Joe ‘the Teeth’ Biden took a break from his busy schedule of apologizing to Mexico (for Trump’s rhetoric) to tirelessly show up at the Oscars.
The well dressed, racist, Hollywood whites in the audience gave him a standing ovation.
Biden was there to introduce Lady Gaga sing her date-rape song “Til It Happens to You.”
In the era of fake campus-rape stories peddled by Rolling Stone (a fake phenomenon the MSM still peddles, long after the media’s Duke Lacrosse confabulation), Biden delivered a hilarious, near parody of a Screenwriting 101 course from the University of Political Correctness:
“Take the pledge,” the vice president said while promoting the website It’sOnUs.org. “A pledge that says I will intervene in situations when consent has not or cannot be given. Let’s change the culture. We must and we can change the culture so that no abused woman or man like the survivors you will see tonight ever have to ask themselves ‘what did I do?’ They did nothing wrong. I really mean this.”
So… the pledge is “I will intervene in situations when consent has not or cannot be given.”
That’s sorta long to fit on a bumper sticker or lapel badge.
During Lady Gaga’s over-emoted song, the space around her was filled with “Situations-When-Consent-Had-Not-Or-Could-Not-Be-Given” victims.
Neither Juanita Broaddrick nor Kathleen Willey were among them.
The WH-initiated tie-in site, which Biden awkwardly mentioned, is apparently designed to spread awareness of the dastardly, nearly non-existent, epidemic of campus sexual assaults, and has the odd name of ItsOnUs.org, which sounds more like something two SJW co-eds would say to Bill Clinton after he ‘relieves’ himself in their presence.