Two MORE Women Come Forward to Corroborate Biden Accuser

Two MORE Women Come Forward to Corroborate Biden Accuser

After ignoring the sexual assault allegations from Tara Reade for months, the media is finally giving them some attention, albeit one-one millionth the attention they would be getting if she were accusing President Trump.

In addition to Reade’s mother corroborating the allegations, two other women came forward to do the same last week, one being a former neighbor of Reade, and another being a former colleague. The neighbor said that Reade shared details of the alleged assault with her in the mid-1990s, while the former colleague said she remembered Reade complaining about her former boss harassing her.

And this week another two are coming forward to support Reade.

According to Fox News:

At least two additional sources have claimed that former Senate staffer Tara Reade told them about aspects of her sexual harassment and assault claims against former Vice President Joe Biden, according to a new report.

The Associated Press revealed Saturday that its reporting uncovered two sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity and who added to the already-mixed bag of individuals either corroborating or casting doubt on Reade’s claims.

One friend, who said they knew Reade in 1993, said she told them about the alleged assault when it happened, according to The AP.

The second friend met Reade more than a decade after the alleged incident and confirmed that Reade had a conversation with them in 2007 or 2008 about allegedly experiencing sexual harassment from Biden while working in his Senate office.

That now makes four women who have corroborated Reade’s claims – or five if you include her own mother.

And that aside, the fact that Reade is a lifelong Democrat and no fan of Trump should also lend credibility to her claims. If there’s some incentive out there for her to lie, it certainly isn’t political.

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