Corroboration: Something Christine Blasey Ford Did Not Have.

Tara Reade

Reade’s mother died in 2016, but both her brother and friend also confirmed Reade had told her mother, and that her mother, a longtime feminist and activist, urged her to go to the police.

In March 2020, Reade resurfaced with a new allegation, which she told on The Katie Halper Show. In addition to her account of her experience with office staff, Reade said that in 1993, Biden forced an unwanted sexual encounter on her.

  She said Biden pushed her against a wall on the Capitol grounds, kissed her, and then digitally penetrated her — all against her will...

  When she tells her account, she becomes emotional. She seems sincere.

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As of right now, Tara Reade has objectively far more evidence backing her sexual assault allegation against Joe Biden than Christine Blasey Ford has ever had against Brett Kavanaugh. Full stop.

  This shouldn't have to be explained, but evidently, it does.

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Democrat, Liberal, Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Racism, Education, Fascism, Assault

Tara Reade, a former junior staffer in Joe Biden's Senate office, has accused the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee of sexually assaulting her in 1993, when she was working as a staff assistant...

  Reade detailed her account in multiple conversations with NPR, and it was corroborated by a friend of hers who declined to be identified. Reade's brother also corroborated some parts of her story...

  When Reade met up with the senator, she said, he pinned her up against a wall and penetrated her vagina with his fingers. "His hands went underneath my clothing and he was touching me in my private areas and without my consent," Reade told NPR. She said Biden asked her whether she wanted to go somewhere else.

  Reade said that she pulled away and that Biden pointed his finger at her and said, "You're nothing to me, nothing."

Multiple Women Had Come Forward ...

  ... Last year, she said she again found herself urging Reade to exercise caution when Reade shared that she was contemplating going public about Biden.

  At the time, multiple women had come forward to say they had experienced physical interactions with Biden in the past that had made them feel uncomfortable.

Democrat, Liberal, Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Racism, Education, Fascism, Assault

A former neighbor of Tara Reade, a woman who has accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, has come forward to say that Reade told her about the alleged assault in the mid-1990s. The account, purportedly told to the neighbor within a few years of the alleged incident, marks the first detailed and on-the-record corroboration of Reade's allegation against the presumptive Democratic nominee for president...

  CNN verified through public records searches, photos and an examination of Reade's past government identification that LaCasse and Reade were once neighbors.

Corroboration of Reade's Claim...

  Reade said she told one of her friends about the alleged 1993 assault around the time she said it happened.

  That friend, who asked to remain anonymous in part to protect her business interests, spoke with NPR and corroborated Reade's description of the assault and its aftermath.

Reade’s Mother: Go To The Police...

  Reade’s mother died in 2016, but both her brother and friend also confirmed Reade had told her mother, and that her mother, a longtime feminist and activist, urged her to go to the police.

Democrat, Liberal, Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Feminism, Assault, Biden

The woman who claims former vice president and presumptive 2020 Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden sexually assaulted her has now identified what arguably counts as corroborating evidence: a recording of her mother calling CNN’s Larry King to purportedly discuss the incident.

  In August 1993, accuser Tara Reade says her mother, Jeanette Altimus, called Larry King Live to talk with the program’s titular host and his guests...

 "Yes, hello. I’m wondering what a staffer would do besides go to the press in Washington? My daughter has just left there, after working for a prominent senator, and could not get through with her problems at all, and the only thing she could have done was go to the press, and she chose not to do it out of respect for him."

Q: How Common Are False Accusations?...

  "You might be surprised to learn that false reports aren't common, and frivolous claims are almost nonexistent. According to a recent study, it is far more likely that troubling behavior will go unreported than that someone will make a false report. Try again."

"Creepy Uncle Joe Biden"

Um... Maybe not steal an election to install his perverted ass in the WH?

Vice President Biden got up close and personal with new defense secretary Ashton Carter’s wife, Stephanie, during the swearing-in ceremony on Feb. 17, 2015.

Reade described herself as a third-generation Democrat and said she supports the work Biden did to advocate for the the Violence Against Women Act. She's a domestic abuse survivor and said that legislation personally helped her.

  "Many things can be true at once. Someone can do something really awesome, then they can also commit a crime," Reade said, describing her conflicting feelings about Biden.

  Reade said she voted for the Obama-Biden ticket twice...

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Reade’s supporters on the left see the Democratic establishment’s response to her accusation as hypocritical, particularly compared to how party leaders rallied around Christine Blasey Ford when she testified in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.

  In Ford’s case, there was near-universal support for her. Critics on the left say that Democrats should stand up for Reade, and that the “believe women” rallying cry should apply even when it’s not politically convenient.

But Democrats have largely lined up behind Biden.

-Laura McGann

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