Tara Reade falsely accused Joe Biden of sexual assault during the 2020 presidential campaign and now she has announced that she is defecting to Russia.
Reade announced on Russian state TV:
You can watch the live broadcast – might not be the bombshell that Russia is hoping for since less than 200 people have tuned in. Reade’s accusation against Biden was aimed at the 2020 election. Is this move about Ukraine support, or the 2024 election? 2/https://t.co/fAJ4JQxkzY
— capitolhunters (@capitolhunters) May 30, 2023
Russian media announces that Biden accuser Tara Reade is now in Russia. Russian spy Marina Butina is helping her get citizenship. pic.twitter.com/pP9p8hRcFw
— Don Moynihan (@donmoyn) May 30, 2023
Reade is now in Russia, where her buddy spy Marina Butina is helping her get her Russian citizenship.
There was never any credible evidence that could be found to support Reade’s claim. Unlike E. Jean Carroll, who did have enough evidence to convince a jury that she had been sexually abused by Donald Trump, the investigation into Reade’s allegation revealed a person with a history of grifting and other potential problems.
Reade has been turning up at pro-Russia events since the invasion of Ukraine, so her move is not a surprise, but in case anyone thinks that bringing up the name Tara Reade will carry any weight with voters and ‘level the playing field’ for Trump, her move to Russia should put an end to that idea.
Joe Biden has been in public life for a half of a century. If those dark scandals existed, they would have surfaced long before 2020. Reade’s allegation fell apart, just like the conspiracy theories Jim Jordan and others are investigating in the House of Representatives.
Tara Reade is publically what she has been for years—a Russian asset.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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