Video evidence from 1993 proves sexual assault claims against Joe Biden
According to accuser Tara Reade, new video evidence proves that Reade was pushed out as a senate staffer with Joe Biden, the 2020 presidential candidate for the Democratic Party. Reade's comments would be said to the Daily Caller News Foundation on Friday.
Previously, Reade would tell The Intercept that her mother had called into CNN's "Larry King Live" in regards to Joe Biden and his sexual assault towards her daughter. That would then lead to investigative journalism, which proved Reade to be telling the truth regarding her situation with Biden.
The Intercept would collect a transcript from the 1993 broadcast, while the Media Research Center would uncover a video from the conversation between King and Reade's mother -- the call would also come from the same city that Reade's mother lived in. During the broadcast, she would ask for advice regarding her daughter being sexually assaulted by a "prominent senator."
In 1993, Joe Biden represented the state of Vermont as a U.S. Senator.
Reade has told the media, numerous outlets, before about her mother calling Larry King's program on CNN about the alleged assault, according to DCNF. Nothing has been done about it until recently.
“I just heard audio, my mother died and hearing her voice made me cry. She was such a good mom and always watching out for me even now,” Reade stated, saying that the video provides evidence of her claims. “That I was forced out and wanted to come forward in 1993.”
Tara Reade would work for Joe Biden as a senate staffer in 1993, and her accusations against the former vice president include him kissing her, touching her and penetrating her with his fingers, and would do so with no consent. According to Biden and his campaign, he is innocent of any of the claims and would say it "absolutely did not happen."