Biden accuser Tara Reade has a book coming out on October 27.
Reade claims the former vice president sexually assaulted her in 1993.
Democrats remain by Biden’s side despite the allegations.
The former vice president denies he ever assaulted Reade.
(NewsReady.com) – Earlier this year, one of Joe Biden’s former Senate staffers, Tara Reade, said he sexually assaulted her in 1993. The mainstream media largely ignored the story, and the Democratic nominee denied the allegations. The alleged victim faded into the background, but now she’s about to leap back into the limelight.
Reade penned a memoir that allegedly details her allegations against Biden. The book is going to hit shelves on October 27, just a few days before the November election.
The website promoting her memoir says the book will outline the alleged assault again and tell the American people about the “shaming, attacks, and threats” she endured that were “instigated by the media.”
According to Reade, Biden pinned her against a wall in the Senate building in 1993. He then reached under her clothing and sexually assaulted her. She reportedly told her friend about the incident when it happened, and that person confirmed it to the New York Times.
Reade told Fox News that her frankness about her life is how she has been able to move on from the alleged incident. However, she also doesn’t believe her memoir is going to impact the election in any way because so many people are voting early.
When the allegations were first made public, Biden said the incident never happened. The Left rallied behind him and went on to nominate him to go up against President Donald Trump in 2020. Many questioned the party’s commitment to women’s rights and the “Me Too” movement after they stood behind a man accused of such an act.
On November 3, voters will decide how important those allegations are to them.
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