As the 2020 election continues to loom on the horizon, the Democratic Party will soon have a serious choice to make.
Their presumptive nominee, Joe Biden, has been credibly accused of sexual assault by a former staffer named Tara Reade. What’s more, several corroborating witnesses have come forward to admit that they remember Reade confiding in them over the incident at the time that it occurred.
As it stands today, there appears to be no plan for Biden to step down as the nominee, but that could all change after Tara Reade’s upcoming interview with Megyn Kelly sees the light of day.
A partial transcript follows:
KELLY: If he’s watching this, what do you want to say to him?
READE: I want to say, “You and I were there, Joe Biden. Please step forward and be held accountable. You should not be running on character for President of the United States.
KELLY: You want him to withdraw?
READE: I wish he would, but he won’t. But, I wish he would. That’s how I feel, emotionally.
KELLY: Do you want an apology?
READE: I think it’s a little late.
Reade also told Kelly that she had received death threats after coming forward with her story, and that she has been accused of working for Russia – a common retort from the liberal left who believes that anyone and everyone who oppose them are somehow connected to The Kremlin.
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