The repercussions from Tuesday’s State of the Union Speech is still trickling in as people sift through social media comments and go back and watch the tape from that night.
A lot of strange events occurred that captivated the public for days, such as Jill Biden’s passionate kiss on the lips with Kamala Harris’s husband. Jill Biden paused on her entrance to land a deep kiss on his lips, startling the audience.
The reaction was swift, and millions of people shared it.
“Everyone Is Talking About Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff’s Weird Kiss, Except Our National Press,” Mollie Hemingway from The Federalist reported.
The kiss went viral, setting the tone for the rest of the weird speech.
Did Jill Biden just kiss Kamala's husband on the LIPS?! pic.twitter.com/KvrUxSI8Lu
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) February 8, 2023
Jill Biden, however, was not the only Biden who looked to be behaving inappropriately:
President Joe Biden was caught on a hot mic following the State of the Union speech to the country, when he mentioned something that piqued many people’s interest. On Tuesday, as he was leaving the joint session of Congress, he chatted with New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez about Cuba.
“Bob, I gotta talk to you about Cuba,” the president said to the New Jersey senator.
“I’m serious,” the president said in the video that caught the attention of Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
“It looks like Biden wants to talk to someone about #Cuba,” Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) posted on Twitter February 8, 2023.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) February 8, 2023
Carmine Sabia of Conservative Brief provided further information:
The New Jersey senator has clashed with the Biden administration on multiple times over Cuba, which Sen. Menendez has been staunchly opposed to. According to The New Jersey Globe, Sen. Menendez split with Administration Biden in May 2022 when the president lifted limits on group excursions to Cuba.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“I am dismayed to learn the Biden administration will begin authorizing group travel to Cuba through visits akin to tourism,” he said. “To be clear, those who still believe that increasing travel will breed democracy in Cuba are simply in a state of denial. For decades, the world has been traveling to Cuba and nothing has changed.” CONTINUE READING…