October 11, 2023

Younger Biden Brother Caught in Sick Controversy

Well, well, well, what do you know?

Frank Biden, the younger brother of Joe Biden, has literally been caught with his pants off.

His picture showed up on a gay dating site called Guys with iPhones.

Biden, however, says the picture must have been hacked from his phone.

No Denial

The first thing that I dialed into was the fact that Biden did not deny the picture was his, so he must have clearly remembered taking it.

In claiming he had no idea how it got on that website, 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.”

My question is who was Biden sending a nude selfie to in the first place?

Like he said, he is an old man, so I cannot imagine there were too many women out there begging to see him naked.

I cannot imagine this will do Joe or Frank any favors.

The Biden family has already been dealing with stories of Joe skinny dipping at the VP's residence and Hunter’s naked pics and videos from his laptop.

Frank works for a private law firm in Florida, so I imagine they are not exactly happy at seeing these photos come up.

The nude drama never seems to end with this family.

I guess like father, like son, like uncle.

Frank, by the way, is no angel, with a long history of DUI issues.

If you recall, this is the brother who killed someone during a joy ride in a rented Jaguar. Frank was not driving, but he allegedly operated the stick shift when the accident occurred.

A suit was brought, which Biden lost, but he tried to skip out on the settlement until it made national headlines in 2020. What also came to light was a letter the family wrote to then-Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) for help in getting his brother to pay his debt, and Joe told them there was nothing he could do for them.

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