The New York Times exonerates Biden from a sexual assault accusation

On March 25, news broke that Tara Reade, who had worked in Joe Biden's office in 1993, alleged that Biden had sexually assaulted her by slamming her against a wall and penetrating her with his fingers.  Immediately after the event, she told her brother and a close friend.  Both are willing to corroborate her claim. Within 24 hours, Hillary Clinton retweeted a message from her 2016 run for president: "Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported." The New York Times was also on the case.  Its reporters searched records to find possible witnesses to talk about sexual harassment and assault rumors dogging Biden during his 26 years in the Senate and his eight years in the White House.  It also ran daily reports showing videos of Biden pawing at little girls' chests and sniffing their hair, as well as photos of him grabbing and hugging women.  Lastly, it breathed...(Read Full Post)
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