Woman Raises ‘Extremely Graphic’ Sexual Assault Allegation Against Joe Biden

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Scott Pressler is one of the most impressive people I have seen come out of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign. He is a gay man that saw Trump for what he is and not the person that mainstream media has portrayed him to be. He has gone coast to coast to do major city cleanups and teach people about voter registration. He coaches liberals how to see the truth and why it is important to #walkaway from the Democrat party.

So, when Scott Pressler brings to light information that the mainstream media is ignoring, I tend to listen.

Immediately after seeing this tweet, I had to follow the hashtag. I first went to every mainstream media website and twitter to find out if they were reporting it. The answer, of course, was no.

Following the hashtag #TaraReade, I found a couple of articles by news sources that I trust, like the Daily Wire, and an audio recording of Tara Reade’s accusations. There were no witnesses to Tara’s story of the alleged assault, but Tara’s brother and close friend recall Tara telling them her story at the time of the alleged assault.

I’ll link the audio for you to make up your own mind, but here is the summary.

Katie Halper, who is a journalist for Rolling Stone, interviewed Tara Reade about her story with Joe Biden. Tara Reade was working for Joe Biden at the time of the incident. Her attempts to come forward in the past were met with the same scare tactics that politicians have been using for years.

She has been smeared as a Russian agent and doxxed (doxxing is to publicly identify or publish private information about (someone) especially as a form of punishment or revenge.).

Tara was one of eight women who accused Joe Biden of sexual assault last spring. We know that Tara did try to come forward in 2020 by going to Times Up, and they refused her.  Times Up said that such a story against a larger than life political candidate might interfere with their non-profit status.

So the #TimesUp and #MeToo movement only helps women if the candidate is not running for President? Or maybe it is because it is the Democrats’ golden boy, who knows for sure.

Tara’s story took place in 1993 when she was a staff assistant for Joe Biden. Her then female superior called her into her office and asked her to take Joe Biden’s athletic bag to the capital.

“I want you to take this to Joe. He wants you to bring it, hurry.” – Female Supervisor

They were in the side area near the capital when Joe calls her over. He greeted her by name, and they were alone. There was no verbal exchange while she gives Biden the bag, and he quickly had her up against a wall. She was wearing a skirt with no stockings because of the heat. She felt like everything moved very fast. She handed him the gym bag and his hands were on her and underneath her clothes.

You can hear the emotion in her voice.

She said he went up her skirt and penetrated her with his fingers. He said several things that she can’t remember and some that have stood the test of time. One thing she remembers him asking her during the assault is whether she wanted to go somewhere else.

She remembers pulling away after he was finished assaulting her, and he scoffed, “oh come on man I heard you liked me.” She said this phrase has stood with her because she keeps thinking about what she could have said to make him say that. She describes it as if everything shattered for her at that moment.

They were alone and it was over, but she had looked up to him as she did her father.

She couldn’t believe this was happening to her. He looked annoyed that she pulled away after the assault.

She said that she remembers vividly what he said but she didn’t want to divulge it in the beginning. She said that her expression must have triggered him because he grabbed her by the shoulders and said, “you are ok, you are fine” and walked away.

Next, she remembers being in the Russel building by herself, shaking. She was trying to grasp what happened and what to do next. She knew he was angry when he left.

This is where Katie Halper talks her into telling us what Joe Biden said to her after the assault was finished.

Let me explain her hesitation in her words. This is the wording that stays in her head and she replays it year after year. This happened after she pulled away and he said: “I heard you liked me.”

She said he took his finger and pointed at her and said, “You mean nothing to me,” he looks at her and continues to say, “you are nothing, nothing.”

She said that the only thing that she remembers almost more than the assault is the fact that he looked at her and told her she was nothing.

“And he was right, that’s how people treated me. I have no platform. I have no one and to him I am nothing. People want to know why women don’t come forward, and that is a good example of why.” – Tara Reade

As I said earlier, Tara was one of eight women that came forward to accused Joe Biden of sexual assault at this time last year. They were all bullied into silence.

This was Joe Biden’s statement at the time:

According to an article by the Intercept: Reade is not a Republican. She has been a lifelong Democrat, and at the beginning of this election cycle, she supported Warren and then Bernie.  She went to National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) who is the umbrella company to which the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund is under.

Intercept reported that “in January of this year, Reade spoke with a program director at NWLC, Ellie Driscoll, and was encouraged by the conversation. The fact that she was a Sanders supporter and had come forward previously in incomplete fashion didn’t dissuade Time’s Up. Driscoll referred her to outside attorneys, Reade said and suggested that the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund might be able to provide funding for PR and subsidize legal assistance. By February, she learned from a new conversation with Time’s Up, which also involved Director Sharyn Tejani, that no assistance could be provided because the person she was accusing, Biden, was a candidate for federal office, and assisting a case against him could jeopardize the organization’s nonprofit status.”

In the same report, “Ellen Aprill, a professor of tax law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, said that Time’s Up’s analysis is too conservative, and the group wouldn’t be putting its tax-exempt status at risk by taking a case involving a candidate for federal office as long as it followed its standard criteria for taking on cases. “As a legal matter, if the group is clear regarding the criteria used as to whom it is taking to court, show that these are long-established neutral criteria, and they are being applied to individuals completely independent of their running for office, it would not be a violation of tax law. Groups are allowed to continue to do what they have always done,” she said.”

It is essential to mention that Anita Dunn is a top advisor on Joe Biden’s campaign. She is also the managing director of the PR firm that works for and handles Time’s Up Defense Fund’s cases. Could this be the reason Time’s Up after initially agreeing to take her case decided against it?

Why is her story less important than the woman that accused Brett Kavanaugh or the ones that accused Trump? Why are CNN, MSNBC, and ABC ignoring these allegations?

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