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Juanita Broaddrick Takes Off Kid Gloves: “Biden is a disgusting pervert, he is very deserving of being called Creepy”


Juanita Broaddrick reached her limit with President Joe Biden after Biden scandalously went in for a full grope on Hollywood star Eva Longoria. The actress moved like she was stung by a bee to get away from Biden’s creepy creepy behavior.

The shocking incident was caught on film, you can see it below, but what is odd is no one is defending Joe here. The video says it all, he got creepy, got caught, and then tossed an even creepier smile at Eva. 

He also told a creepy joke about Longoria last night at the screening of her movie “Flamin’ Hot.”  Biden’s awful joke was, “We’ve known each other a long time.  She was 17; I was 40.”

Enter Juanita Broaddrick who said: “Biden is a disgusting pervert. He is very deserving of being called Creepy.”

LONGORIA:  So amazing.  Oh my gosh.  Woo!  (Applause.)  Thank you, guys.  Thank you, Dr. Biden.  Woo, we’re at the White House!  (Applause.)


I — when we set out to make this movie, I never imagined a night like this would be possible.  It’s a dream I didn’t even know I had.  So, thank you to the Bidens for making this come true for — for not only me, for our entire cast that’s here — (applause); for Latinos everywhere who deserve to — to have their stories told. 

 And I’m so happy that I’m here with you all tonight at the People’s House — (applause) — because this truly is a people’s story.  When our producer, DeVon Franklin, came to me with — with Richard’s story, I was so inspired.  And I was also ashamed that I didn’t know his story.  I’m Mexican American.  He’s Mexican American.  How come we don’t hear about the heroes in our community?  

 And I became obsessed with being the only person who could tell his story.  I was inspired.  And I thought: I am Richard Montañez.  I’ve been told no.  I’ve been told, “Ideas don’t come from people like you.”  “You’re a woman.  Maybe you shouldn’t do that job.”   

And Richard dared to ask, “But why not me?  Why can’t I be great?”  (Applause.)  So —

THE PRESIDENT:  You are great.

LONGORIA:  (Laughs.)  So, as you may heard — have heard already, Richard Montañez disrupted the food industry in the ‘90s by channeling his Mexican American heritage to help turn Flamin’ Hot Cheetos — (applause) — into a multibillion-dollar brand today and a cultural phenomenon.

We are telling a story that celebrates the American entrepreneurial dream without sidestepping the fact that the dream isn’t available in the same way for everyone.  (Applause.) 

We know that even though talent is evenly distributed in this world, opportunities have not been, which is why we rarely get to see movies where we are the heroes — let alone a janitor turned corporate executive.  

So I knew I wanted to highlight his story, his life, and the importance and power of the Latino community within — (applause) — within American culture.  So we worked hard to produce this authentic film steeped in inclusion both in front of and behind the camera. 

We have a brilliant Chicano Mexicano cast — (applause) — with our lead actors — led by lead actors Jesse Garcia and Annie Gonzalez — (applause) — Bobby Soto, Brice Gonzalez, Emilio Rivera, Jimmy Gonzales.  We have so many amazing talents in this movie, and also with our brilliant writer, Linda Yvette Chávez.  (Applause.)   

And we proved that when we tell our stories, we tell great American stories, because American history is Latino history; Latino history is American history.  (Applause.)

So, now we get to bring this story to La Casa Blanca — (applause) — under an administration that believes in our community and shares our values.  (Applause.)  And that’s very, very important.  

We have a lot of work to do, you guys.  There’s a lot of work coming, and we have to make sure that entrepreneurs and visionaries like Richard have the opportunities and that infrastructure of opportunity to make their dreams a reality.  And that can only happen when you have leaders like President Biden.  (Applause.)  

So throughout Biden’s career, I — I’ve been working with President Biden for many, many years, and it has always been a great joy.  We share so much.  He’s been a champion for working people in search of the American Dream.  (Applause.)  

You know, what he’s been doing for the country means there’s going to be a lot more Richard Montañezes ready and waiting to take their shot to make history.  (Applause.) 

So, it is my honor and sincere pleasure to introduce to you tonight the man who has been fighting for us all — fighting for Latinos, fighting for Americans, fighting for workers, and, most importantly, fighting for democracy.  (Applause.)  A man who understands and embodies the values of family, community, and perseverance.  

Please help me welcome President Biden.  (Applause.)

 THE PRESIDENT:  My name is Joe Biden.  I’m Jill Biden’s husband.  (Applause.)

Thank you, Eva, for that introduction.  And congratulations on your de- —

AUDIENCE MEMBER:  We love you! 

THE PRESIDENT:  I accept.  (Laughter.)

— your debut as a director, adding another accomplishment to an already incredible, incredible career.  We’ve known each other a long time.  She was 17; I was 40.  (Laughter.)