Tara Reade Reveals Documentary Evidence Of Alleged Assault By Joe Biden

Do you hear that? That is the sound of the other shoe dropping.

A stunning report reveals there is documentary evidence in the way of a 1996 court filing that discusses Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation against then Senator Joe Biden during the time she worked for him.

Those defending Joe Biden because of a lack of evidence are having a bad day today.

The left-wing radicals have been straddling the fence between “believe all women” and “only believe women that accuse non-Democrats.” This news will only make the splinters worse.

The evidence is found within court document from Reade’s 1996 divorce in which her ex-husband “relates the trauma she experienced working in Biden’s office.”

I met [Reade] in the spring of 1993 while working in Washington, D.C. At the early stages of our dating, Petitioner felt comfortable confiding in me as we both worked for Members of Congress, and we shared many other common interests. On several occasions Petitioner related a problem that she was having at work regarding sexual harassment, in U.S. Senator Joe Biden’s office. Petitioner told me that she eventually struck a deal with the chief of staff of the Senator’s office and left her position. I was sympathetic to her needs when she asked me for help, and assisted her financially, and allowed her to stay at my apartment with my roommate while she looked for work. It was obvious that this event had a very traumatic effect on Petitioner, and that she is still sensitive and effected by it today.

It’s significant that the above words are written by someone who is at the same time attempting to divorce and get a restraining order against Reade. It adds significant veracity to his words.

To read more about the document, click here.

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