— Rich McHugh (@RichMcHugh) May 7, 2020
Thirty years ago, he slipped her the old two-finger clit flicker.
Today, she believes he should not be president. She doesn’t believe that because he’s senile, mind you. She believes it because of the clit flick.
Tara Reade, the woman who has accused Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her in the 1990s, told Megyn Kelly in her first on-camera interview since Biden publicly denied her claim that she wishes he would drop out of the race.
“I wish he would (withdraw from the race),” Reade said. “But he won’t. But I wish he would. That’s how I feel emotionally.”
Reade has also secured the services of a law firm that has represented women who accused movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault.
Although it isn’t Gloria Allred. That would have made it double hilarious, since Allred’s daughter has been out there telling this bitch to shut her fat mouth.
I believe you, Tara Reade.
You have people who remember you told them about this decades ago.
We know he is "handsy."
You're not asking for $.
You've obviously struggled mightily with this.
I still have to fight Trump, so I will still support Joe.
But I believe you. And I'm sorry https://t.co/eMUBrkkVFE
— Lisa Bloom (@LisaBloom) May 1, 2020
There are other Weinstein connections…
Reade sat down Thursday with Kelly, the former Fox News host, for an interview produced by Rich McHugh, who was Ronan Farrow’s producer at NBC News during his investigation into the assault claims that toppled Weinstein. Before leaving Fox News, Kelly was among a half dozen other women who accused founder and former CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment.
“(Reade) gets very candid, very emotional, and handles many direct challenges to her account. She also has a message directly for the former vice president,” Kelly told The Hill ahead of the interview’s release.
In a preview of the interview released on Twitter Thursday afternoon, Reade said she wishes the former vice president would drop out of the race but said it was “a little late” for an apology from him.
It might be easy to say “oh, this is the liberal feminist hoax coming back to bite them.” But that would not actually be true.
As I keep saying over and over again, because it is really important news: Tara Reade’s accusations were from April of 2019. They were published in the Nevada County Union, weeks before Biden even announced his campaign.
National news did not report on these claims. And unless national news reports on claims, they do not matter. The news media gets to pick themselves which sexual allegations you hear about. Then they get to pick how long they cover them.
They’ve been covering these Reade allegations for three weeks, and they are at the point where a quarter of Democrat voters now think Biden should step down. I assume that number will go up, and possibly even double, after this Megyn [sic] Kelly interview.
There are always sexual allegations against famous people. Most of them don’t get attention. Who knows what percentage of them are true. But they exist for almost anyone, and that means that at any time, the media can pull them out and start doing daily stories about them.
The media is attempting to remove Joe Biden and replace him with Andrew Cuomo. Presumably, they will succeed. I see no reason why they wouldn’t.
If the Reade allegations don’t do the job, they will just pull out a bunch of other women. There are already a bunch of women who say he made them feel uncomfortable by touching them, but it is mostly “he touched his forehead on my forehead and told me I was beautiful.”
But they can find more women who say he fingered them, or whatever.
“Drag a hundred dollar bill through the trailer park,” as they say.
Joe Biden is not going to be the nominee. The media gets to decide these things, and they’ve already made their decision.
The media wants Cuomo. He would put up a real fight against Trump.
Trump will probably start a war with China in that situation.