Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden made a series of comments to young girls on the campaign trail last summer decried by many as sexist, dated, and inappropriate.

One particular comment from Biden to the brothers of a 13-year-old girl in Iowa drew a sharp backlash.

 As Business Insider reported:

The interaction adds to a growing list of encounters Biden has had with women and girls on the campaign trail, many of which made headlines in the wake of multiple accusations that he inappropriately touched women or invaded their personal space before launching his campaign.

Countless liberals reacted with disgust including one of the Biden campaign’s new hires in Colorado, Sarah Moss.

Moss has more than 20 years experience working in Democrat party politics and is charged with managing “special projects and trips for the Biden campaign” in Colorado.

In response to another user who asked why she considered the comments offensive, Moss slammed Biden for focusing on the 13-year-old girl’s looks.

As left-wing Hollywood sitcom writer Noah Garfinkel put it, “for all his faults, Joe Biden is the only Democratic candidate right now who is willing to take a clear position on which kids he thinks are hot.”

Moss’s tweet caught the attention of Colorado Politics reporter Michael Karlik who liked and retweeted it. Colorado Politics did not include Moss’s previous criticism of Biden calling a 13-year-old hot in their story on Saturday announcing she now works for the campaign.

Being creepy around women and girls is hardly a new phenomenon for Biden, who was credibly accused of sexual assault by his former Senate staffer Tara Reade.

In a June debate, John Hickenlooper told CBS Denver he believed Tara Reade’s allegations of sexual assault.

It is unclear whether Moss addressed her concerns about Biden with the campaign prior to taking the job.

While Biden still appears to be confined to his basement, Moss along with other women on the Democrat’s staff would do well to remember Creepy Joe’s tendency to be a bit handsy if he decides to hit the campaign trail before Election Day.