"I like kids more than people," said President Biden, who apparently thinks that kids are not actually people

Oct 16th

Not really sure ol' Joe gave this one much thought:

"I like kids better than people," President Biden said Friday after getting a hug from a toddler in Connecticut while nearby protesters bellowed, "F–- Joe Biden."

"When I talked to all your folks out on the playground, I joked that everybody knows I like kids better than people. Fortunately they like me. That's why maybe I like them," Biden said during a speech in Hartford.

Biden, 78, kneeled outside the Capitol Child Development Center and gave one child a hug and spoke to several others.

Okay, admittedly the exchange with kids was kind of endearing, at least as far as these heavily pre-arranged and staged events go:

Still..."I like kids better than people." That's not good optics.

And it's especially uncomfortable in light of the popular pro-abortion argument which claims—incorrectly—that unborn human beings are not people. Pro-lifers have been warning that such dehumanizing rhetoric could eventually be applied to young children, as well.

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