Biden Caught Trapping Young Woman during Congressional Baseball Game
Biden appears to box young woman in during game
While in the dugout, Biden appeared to trap a young woman as he put his hands around so she was boxed in.
The creepy weirdo just can't help himself. pic.twitter.com/QXXGCOlDqq— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) September 30, 2021
Biden booed at Nationals Stadium during the Congressional baseball game pic.twitter.com/DlAN8e1U06— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) September 30, 2021
Neon Nettle reported earlier that booing could be heard from the stadium while Democrats cheered him on his arrival at the stadium.
The game, which members of Congress play, is traditionally attended by Republican and Democrat staff.
JUST IN 🚨 Joe Biden greeted with ‘boos’ from Republican side at Nationals stadium when he arrived for congressional baseball game— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) September 29, 2021
The New York Post reported:
Some activists displayed banners urging the passage of the larger spending bill. One read, "Our lives are not a game[.] Pass 3.5T." Another warned, more bluntly: "Democrats don't f— this up."
Biden eventually made his way into the third-base dugout, where he chatted with members of the Democratic team. As the president chatted, Fox Sports 1's TV cameras caught House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in an intense phone conversation in the first row.
In the top of the third inning, Pelosi approached the dugout and exchanged a few brief words with Biden — with whom she and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) had met in the Oval Office earlier in the evening. Before the bottom of the third, the president crossed the field and greeted Republican lawmakers in the first-base dugout. Biden left the park about an hour after he arrived.
Biden met with Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to discuss his agenda before the game.
Pelosi is poised to vote on Biden's $1.5 trillion infrastructure package despite the far-left wing of the Democrat party threatening to boycott if it comes with a $3.5 trillion entitlement and tax hike package.
Manchin wrote in a statement:
"While I am hopeful that common ground can be found that would result in another historic investment in our nation, I cannot – and will not – support trillions in spending or an all or nothing approach that ignores the brutal fiscal reality our nation faces."