Joe Biden Accused of 'Grabbing' Teacher - Video Emerges of the Awkward Encounter
An Iowa woman has complained the former vice president grabbed her hands - WATCH
An Iowa teacher has complained that Democratic 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden "grabbed" her hands and made her feel "uncomfortable" when she asked him a question during a campaign meet with voters.
Although this isn't the first complaint from a woman about the former vice president's "touchy-feely" behavior, this incident was caught on video.
And while the encounter doesn't appear sexual in nature, it certainly seems uncomfortable and undoubtedly goes against the grain of the Democratic Party's liberal agenda.
For a presidential candidate, the complaint is a controversy gaffe-meister Biden can ill-afford.
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The incident in question occured while Biden was talking to voters at the Hawkeye Area Labor Council's Labor Day picnic in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
"I think that he means well but, you know, he grabbed my hands right away and that was really uncomfortable," Jessica Roman told the Washington Examiner.
"He was very close and, in my mind, I'm like, this is part of our problem: Not recognizing that you need to ask first, or can I shake your hand?" Roman continued.
"Not just grab your hands and hang onto them," she added.
"That bothers me."
The uncomfortable interaction was caught on video:
Roman also said that she was not satisfied with the answer Biden gave to her question, which she said lacked detail.
She was very critical of his entire candidacy.
"It's been too long since he's raised a family, too long since he's lived on a normal paycheck," she explained.
"I want somebody that actually gets it, that understands what it is to live on the paychecks that we live on, the housing crisis that we have, all of the ways that those things affect us."