Biden Accuser Releases Cryptic Message
In the months leading up to the 2020 election, a woman accused then-candidate Joe Biden of sexual assault. Tara Reade…
In the months leading up to the 2020 election, a woman accused then-candidate Joe Biden of sexual assault. Tara Reade worked at his Senate office from 1992 through 1993 and accused him of touching her inappropriately. Biden denied the allegations. Recently, she posted a cryptic message on social media.
On Sunday, May 7, Reade took to Twitter and said, “If something happens to me, all roads lead to Joe Biden.” She made it clear that she isn’t suicidal. Reade claimed the president and Democratic Party have tried to threaten, bully, and intimidate her over the last several years. She went on to say that she shouldn’t be under investigation and she’s not a foreign agent.
Reade said Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) have asked her to testify before Congress, which she said she would do under oath if she receives a formal invitation.
Biden’s accuser followed up with another tweet on Monday, saying she wasn’t going to be “silenced or intimidated by” her own government.
In March, Gaetz announced House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) approved a request to have Reade testify in front of the committee. The congressman said that he and Greene want to get answers. They want the former Biden staffer to speak to them so they can gather information and get to the truth.
Gaetz pointed out that in 1993, Reade’s mother reportedly called “Larry King Live” to ask for advice about who her daughter should speak to about something that happened when she was working for a “prominent senator.”
The mother claimed that her daughter chose not to go to the press “out of respect” for the public official. The congressman claimed her mom said something about sexual assault during that call, but that was incorrect. It did, however, happen around the time that Reade claims the attack took place.
It’s unclear if the accuser will have a chance to testify. Chairman Comer reportedly told a POLITICO staffer that he didn’t know who Reade was.
Greene and Gaetz have not responded to Reade’s latest remarks as of this writing.