Biden Makes Friday Tara Reade Doc Announcement


Joe Biden has been facing some pretty heavy scrutiny from progressives who are hellbent on making him answer to the accusations of rape coming from Tara Reade, a former employee of Biden’s. At first, it looked as though the accusations were going to blow over, but after Bernie Sanders left the race, it became glaringly clear that this accusation is going to be very hard for liberal voters to ignore, which is kind of what progressives said would happen months ago.

With over 40 percent of voters being independent, Republicans and Democrats both need to realize that they have to win over independents if they are going to win. Otherwise the back-and-forth, two-party game that is quite clearly flawed, will only be perpetuated further, and no true change will ever come to America; not when it can be erased by the next administration.

Now, Biden has asked that Delaware’s secretary of state find and release Tara Reade’s complaint against him to the public.

Biden made this request in a letter to the Delaware secretary of state:

“I request that you take or direct whatever steps are necessary to establish the location of the records of this Office, and once they have been located, to direct a search for the alleged complaint and to make public the results of this search.”

“I would ask that the public release include not only a complaint if one exists, but any and all other documents in the records that relate to the allegation.”

Biden’s letter continues:

“We had understood that the Senate stores records from this office, and from this period, in the National Archives. The Archives now states that the records would have remained under the
control of the Senate.”

Something is rotten in , however. Check out what a Florida outlet published.

According to The Floridian:

“the [Biden’s] campaign recently had access to the archives in the past year and possibly ‘removed all documents that corroborate’ the allegation story.”

“Reade, who worked as a junior staffer at Biden’s office in 1993, when he was a senator from Delaware came forward that she was sexually assaulted by her then-boss that year on Capitol Hill. She claimed that she did file a complaint with a personnel office on Capitol Hill about the allegations of inappropriate touching and assault to her. However, no reporters at this point have been unable to locate any such complaint document and Reade doesn’t have her own copy of it.”