Tara Reade Fights Back After Big Dems And MSM Try To Assassinate Her Character
Joe Biden has managed to stay relatively clean during accusation of sexual assault thanks to supporting from the mainstream media and his high-profile friends at the top. Biden has somehow succeeded in getting the majority of the #metoo movement leaders behind him- thus far. That will hopefully change as his accuser, former staffer Tara Reade's story becomes more well known.
In an interview with Buzzfeed, Reade fired at the mainstream media's refusal to even question Biden about the allegations. She noted that Biden is on TV at least twice a week and none of them ever even bring it up.
Meanwhile, Reade deals with the hurt of watching 'so-called' diehard feminists drag her name through the mud in the name of saving Biden's flimsy career.
“It was really devastating when [Kirsten] Gillibrand and Stacey Abrams and Hillary Clinton, all on the same day, just basically implied my story wasn't true and they believe Joe Biden. I can’t describe to you what that felt like,” Reade said on Thursday, describing herself as a “lifelong Democrat” and in particular a fan of Abrams', the former Georgia House minority leader who has been campaigning to serve on the ticket with Biden as his vice presidential nominee.
“I just— I’m stunned,” Reade said. “They didn't just say, ‘Oh, we're standing with Joe Biden until we hear more.’ They just discounted me. They marginalized me. They said they didn't believe me. I can't tell you,” Reade said, trailing off. “I cried for a while because they're important in my life. They've been figures that I looked up to.”
Even actress Alyssa Milano came out against Reade calling her story a 'gray area' and declaring her support for Biden. Milano, the actress who sat behind then-Supreme Court nominee Bret Kavanaugh during his court hears to scow at him whenever the cameras were on here.
Isn't it interesting how the liberal view of sexual misconduct changes depending on who is accused? Well, Reade says she no longer counts herself amount them.
“I used to think that a Republican talking point was to call the mainstream media biased,” Reade said. “So I used to think, Oh, that's just a talking point for them. I don't believe it. But now I'm living it [in] real time, and I see it — like, I see it for what it is. Because I am a Democrat, or I was. But now I'm not anything, really. I’m politically homeless.”