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    Biden Still Resists Search of His Senate Archives Housed At U. Delaware for Info. on Tara Reade

    Biden Still Resists Search of His Senate Archives Housed At U. Delaware for Info. on Tara Reade

    Biden has asked the Secretary of the Senate to search its records for Tara Reade’s complaint, but this won’t make the problem go away after even the NY Times called for a search of Biden’s Senate archives housed at U. Delaware.

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    The Tara Reade allegations are not going away, and with the mainstream media even asking for the Delaware senate records to be searched, it looks like Joe Biden is in a real bind.

    The Washington Post editorial board called on Biden to release relevant records, and the New York Times editorial board also chimed in with a similar call.

    The New York Times is also not happy that Biden himself and his campaign are claiming—falsely—that the Times concluded the alleged incident with Reade “did not happen,” stating that their “investigation made no conclusion either way.”

    The New York Times is pushing back against talking points circulated by presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s presidential campaign that the paper says inaccurately cite its reporting to rebut a sexual assault allegation.

    The talking points, whose existence was first reported Monday evening by BuzzFeed News, “inaccurately suggest” that the paper’s investigation into the allegation detailed by a former Biden aide, Tara Reade, did not happen, the Times said Wednesday.

    BuzzFeed reported on the existence of talking points being circulated by the Biden campaign that inaccurately suggest a New York Times investigation found that Tara Reade’s allegation ‘did not happen,'” Danielle Rhoades Ha, the paper’s vice president of communications, told the Washington Free Beacon in an email. “Our investigation made no conclusion either way.”

    The Biden campaign is asking supporters to lean into the Times report as evidence of Biden’s innocence. “In this case, a thorough review by the New York Times has led to the truth: this incident did not happen,” they say.

    As they say, when you’re a Democrat and you’ve lost WaPo and the Times . . . .

    After first insisting that the records not be searched for Reade’s complaint when she called for its release, Biden apparently sees the writing on the wall and is now requesting that the Secretary of the Senate search for it.

    The Daily Caller reports:

    2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden requested Friday that the secretary of the Senate locate any complaint made by his accuser Tara Reade.

    The former vice president issued a letter to Secretary Julie Adams asking for her to find out whether Reade ever issued a sexual harassment complaint against him.

    Biden’s request follows his Friday morning appearance on MSNBC where he denied Reade’s allegations and said that if any such complaint existed, it would be in the National Archives.

    But the National Archives told the Daily Caller News Foundation that this is incorrect information: “any records of Senate personnel complaints from 1993 would have remained under the control of the Senate.”

    Biden notes in his letter to Adams that he previously understood that such a complaint would be in the possession of the National Archives but has been since informed that it would be under the control of the Senate.

    . . . . Biden notes in his letter to Adams that he previously understood that such a complaint would be in the possession of the National Archives but has been since informed that it would be under the control of the Senate.

    “I am writing to request your assistance in determining whether 27 years ago a staff member in my United States office filed a complaint alleging sexual harassment,” Biden wrote in the letter.

    “According to public reports, the staff member, Ms. Tara Reade, has stated that in 1993 she filed such a complaint with the office responsible for enforcing the Senate employees’ rights in the workplace,” Biden states in the letter.

    Biden asks Adams to “take or direct” any necessary steps to find the complaint and to make its results public.

    “I would ask that the public release include not only a complaint if one exists, but any and all other documents in the records that relate to the allegation,” he concludes.

    Hopefully, the search won’t be limited to that for the words “sexual harassment.”

    Other outlets are also seeking information about the complaint.

    Meanwhile, the DNC is trying to protect Biden with a laughable assertion.

    They’re tying themselves in knots.

    How long can Democrats keep holding out, hoping this will go away?

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    D3F1ANT | May 4, 2020 at 12:31 am

    I love Gaetz and I’m glad for his efforts but it really aggravates me whenever we need to pass a law to mandate that we enforce a law we already passed.


     
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    Petrushka | May 4, 2020 at 7:59 am

    There are seven other women who said he made them uncomfortable, one of whom was 14 at the time. Not to mention, photographs.

    The problem is that all the democrats have endorses and defended him. I don’t see how they recover from that.


       
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      lichau in reply to Petrushka. | May 4, 2020 at 10:18 am

      When you have the MSM on your side, wonders can be done. If it were up to the MSM, none of this would have been heard of. And, no one would have heard of Monica Lewinsky.

      “First, get control of the radio station”.


     
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    Lucifer Morningstar | May 4, 2020 at 10:56 am

    Biden has asked the Secretary of the Senate to search its records for Tara Reade’s complaint, but this won’t make the problem go away after even the NY Times called for a search of Biden’s Senate archives housed at U. Delaware.

    Whatever. I’m pretty sure that by now anonymous Biden “associates” have already done an extensive search of both the Senate archives as well as the U. Delaware archives and have removed any documents that might incriminate Biden of any sexual improprieties. And even if that hasn’t happened there’s no reason to believe that any of the documents actually made it into any archives at all. Biden could have simply withheld the documents and made sure they were destroyed.


     
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    dunce1239 | May 4, 2020 at 12:11 pm

    She was a very attractive woman in her youth. She needs to go on a serious diet and exercise regime and change her party support to one that respects women. She has let them destroy her life and needs to take back control and rebuild it.


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