I believe him.
I completely believe that Joe Biden is never sorry for anything that he ever did.
This was like the time that Arnold Schwarzenegger seemed to have trouble comprehending the concept of guilt. There’s a certain echelon of politician, leader and celebrity that exists entirely outside the norms of human morality to the point of being incapable of comprehending them. They’re not precisely sociopaths. But we have no classification for them.
“The fact of the matter is I made it clear that if I made anyone feel [uncomfortable], I feel badly about that. It was never my intention. Ever,” Biden said.
Asked again if he was sorry, Biden did not apologize for his actions.
“I’m sorry I didn’t understand more,” Biden told reporters following a speech to a gathering of union workers. “I’m not sorry for any of my intentions. I’m not sorry for anything that I have ever done.”
Again, I believe him.
Joe Biden is carefully navigating the waters of #MeToo with a legalistic formulation in which he doesn’t challenge what his accusers say he did, it would be hard to considering that there’s a legion of photos and videos documenting just that sort of behavior by Biden, instead he claims that his intentions have always been pure. And if he’s sorry for anything, it’s failing to understand that maybe you don’t kiss strange women on the backs of their necks, smell their hair, rub their noses with yours, put your hands on their thighs and act as the Democrat’s creepy uncle.
And he’s sorry for not understanding this, but not for doing it. Or for anything. Ever.
Like the plagiarism, the scandals and proposing to write Iran a huge check after 9/11.
Only normal people are sorry. Not Joe.