HUGE: New Evidence From 1993 Corroborates Claims From Biden Accuser

Former vice president and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has managed to avoid scrutiny in recent weeks, thanks to the nation’s preoccupation with the coronavirus pandemic.

But as we ‘bend the curve’ on the infection rate and return our country to some semblance of normal, the 2020 presidential campaign season will resume — and things are going to get a lot more dicey for Obama’s VP.

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Specifically, Biden’s going to have to answer for allegations of sexual assault against a former Senate staffer of his that just became a lot more credible, as if they weren’t already.

As reported by The Intercept, the sibling and a friend of Tara Reade, the former staffer who has filed a former sexual assault complaint against the one-time Delaware senator, have not only corroborated her story, but they claim she told them about the alleged assault shortly after it occurred in 1992.

The news site reports:

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Reade has claimed to various media outlets, including The Intercept, that she told her mother, a close friend, and her brother about both the harassment and, to varying degrees of detail, the assault at the time.

Her brother, Collin Moulton, and her friend, who has asked to remain anonymous, both confirmed that they heard about the allegations from Reade at the time. 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.

She has, indeed, gone to police. In recent days, as Trending Politics reported, Biden is officially under investigation by the Washington, D.C. Metro Police Department. The probe stems from allegations by Reade that, while she working on Joe Biden’s campaign as a staff assistant, she was asked by her supervisor to bring a bag up to the Delaware Senator, who allegedly proceeded to push her against the wall and sexually assault her.

“She said he was down towards the Capitol, and he’ll meet you,” Reade said. “I went down, and I was heading down towards there. He was at first talking to someone…and then they went away. We were in, like, the side, like the side area, and he just said, ‘Hey, come here Tara.’”

“I handed him the thing. He greeted me. He remembered my name. And then we were alone,” she continued. “It was the strangest thing. There was no like exchange really. He just had me up against the wall. I was wearing, like, a skirt, a business skirt.”

“It happened all at once…his hands were on me and underneath my clothes. Yeah, and he went down my skirt but then up inside it, and he penetrated me with his fingers, and he was kissing me at the same time, and he was saying something to me. He said several things. I can’t remember everything he said,” she added.

In a series of interviews with The Intercept, Reade said her mother made a phone call to “Larry King Live” on CNN, during which time she referenced her daughter’s experience.

Reade told the investigative news site that her mother had called in to the program seeking advice after her daughter, then in her 20s, left Biden’s employ.

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“I remember it being an anonymous call and her saying my daughter was sexually harassed and retaliated against and fired, where can she go for help? I was mortified,” Reade told me.

Notes The Intercept:

On August 11, 1993, King aired a program titled, “Washington: The Cruelest City on Earth?” Toward the end of the program, he introduces a caller dialing in from San Luis Obispo, California. Congressional records list August 1993 as Reade’s last month of employment with Biden’s Senate office, and, according to property records, Reade’s mother, Jeanette Altimus, was living in San Luis Obispo County. 

This is the phone call:

Reade confirmed to The Intercept that the woman on the call was indeed her mother.

“Aww, I have not heard my mom’s voice in awhile,” she said.

Biden has been bidin’ his time and playing president once in a while from the confines of his home, mostly to complain about President Trump’s coronavirus response.

But the time is coming soon when he’ll have to answer for these allegations, and when he does, watch the Left’s #MeToo movement crumble into a steaming pile of hypocrisy.

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