October 11, 2023

Naked Frank Biden Selfies Surface, Claims He Was Hacked

There is now a visual in my head that I may never be able to remove.

Reports surfaced that Frank Biden, the brother of Joe Biden, had naked selfies on a gay dating website.

According to Frank Biden, he had nothing to do with it… he was hacked.

I Was Hacked!

The “I was hacked” line is the best excuse ever when pictures show up in the wrong place.

Frank Biden is going that route to try to defend himself regarding pictures that surfaced on “Guys with iPhones.”

The picture was first posted on the site in May 2018 and reported by the non-profit Marco Polo.

Biden went ballistic when he was approached about the photo.

When Frank Biden was asked about the picture, he stated, “They must have hacked my phone. I really don’t want to start my day off this way. Definitely didn’t post it anywhere.”

“I’ve absolutely no comment. I could [sic] care less. I haven’t even looked at it. What lengths will these cretins go to? Why do they care about a 70-year-old man.”

I cannot help but laugh at the fact he did not deny he took the picture, which makes me wonder why a 70-year-old man was snapping nude selfies of himself. He had to be sending it to someone, right?

Frank Biden is now working for a private law firm in Florida, and he has a female partner, Mindy Ward, who is 64.

Maybe he took a picture to send to Mindy, but I just cannot help but laugh at the fact that Joe Biden’s son and brother have both shown a penchant for admiring their nude bodies and snapping photos to share.

If this is a family trait, God help us if someone hacks into Joe Biden’s phone. God only knows what pictures are on there from when Biden was skinny dipping at the VP's residence.

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