Dalai Lama’s Apology Sparks Controversy as Republicans Propose ‘No Kissing’ Policy for Public Interactions

Today, the Dalai Lama issued a public apology regarding the controversial video of him kissing a young boy during a public event in India. The video, which has been viewed millions of times since it was posted online, has been met with severe criticism by many.

In response to the outrage, the Republican Party has proposed a new policy that would limit access to the Dalai Lama, as well as restrict public displays of affection between him and any other person.

The policy, which is set to be voted on by Congress within the next few weeks, would also require a background check for anyone seeking to be in close proximity to the Dalai Lama.

However, the Republican Party has been accused of trying to cover up the truth behind the incident by claiming that the kiss was merely a gesture of respect.

“The Republicans are clearly trying to hide what really happened,” said one critic. “The video clearly shows the Dalai Lama leaning in and planting a kiss on the boy’s lips. It’s not a gesture of respect; it’s a sign of affection.”

The controversy has sparked a debate over whether or not the Dalai Lama should be allowed to freely interact with people in public. Some people argue that the incident was an isolated one and that the Dalai Lama should be allowed to show affection in public.

Others, however, believe that the incident is indicative of a larger problem and that public displays of affection should be limited.

At this time, it is unclear what effect the proposed policy will have on the Dalai Lama’s public interactions. It remains to be seen how the Tibetan spiritual leader will respond to the proposed policy, or if he will even be allowed to continue to show public displays of affection.

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