In an exclusive ABC interview on Tuesday, President Biden contradicted himself by taking a ‘believe all women’ stance on the Cuomo allegations.
No wonder nearly two-thirds of people surveyed have come to believe those in power will not be held accountable for sexual harassment. Shame on Anita Hill.
‘I believe them and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it,’ Kamala Harris said in 2019 of the women accusing her running mate Joe Biden of sexual harassment and assault.
Leftists are using Reade’s diminishing credibility as an opportunity to paint conservatives as cynical political operators and hypocrites because they gave consideration to Reade’s allegation.
Conservatives calling out hypocrisy aren’t rewriting history. We’re ignoring the New York Times’ semantic diversion to hold Democrats accountable to the standard they created. Will they #BelieveWomen or not?
Democrats are flocking to defend Joe Biden’s character in the wake of sexual assault allegations after attempting to destroy Kavanaugh’s.
During an interview with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell, Joe Biden said if voter believe Tara Reade “they probably shouldn’t vote for me.”
Those who objected to the ‘believe women’ injunction did so not because they hated women or failed to hate rape, but because they discerned its shortsightedness and potential for abuse.
Now facing competitive elections just six months away, Democratic Senate candidates are moving the goalposts for Joe Biden.
“And in that moment, I knew this was really bad. I knew I was it was more than just like the assault,” former Senate aide Tara Reade told Megyn Kelly.
Feminism on the whole has never been about true equality. As Tara Reade has discovered, its privileges extend only to those who respect the feminist identity-politics alliance.
When Kelly asked whether she would take a polygraph test, Reade responded, “I’m not a criminal. Joe Biden should take the polygraph.”
Writing in the New York Times, Linda Hirshman says she believes Tara Reade but she’ll vote for Joe Biden anyway because of Donald Trump.
Politico’s Tim Alberta had an embarrassing temper tantrum after NYT published a letter from a ‘founder of Politico’ that said Biden winning was more important than justice for an alleged rape victim.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren led the charge to release several women from Bloomberg NDAs, and now she’s silent on Biden’s Senate records.
“I have read a lot about this current allegation. I know Joe Biden and I’ve watched his defense and there’s not a pattern that goes into this,” Whitmer said.
Politico founder Martin Tolchin argued against investigating Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations of Joe Biden citing fear of losing the 2020 election.
Elizabeth Warren called former Vice President Joe Biden’s response to sexual assault allegations from a former Senate staffer “credible and convincing.”
After Sara Gideon said Susan Collins’s support of due process was disqualifying, she is conspicuously silent on sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden.
MSNBC’s spotlight shift onto accusations against the president follows a trend among media elites to distract from sexual assault allegations against Biden with Trump ‘whataboutism.’
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