Joe Biden has a lot of explaining to do after this sex scandal bombshell
Joe Biden and his campaign thought they were on cruise control.
All Biden had to do was stay out of sight and hope to ride the economic devastation resulting from the coronavirus pandemic to the White House.
But Joe Biden has a lot of explaining to do after this sex scandal bombshell.
Former Biden Senate staffer Tara Reade came forward with explosive allegations that Biden sexually assaulted her back in 1993.
Reade told associates at the time of the assault, including details of what happened, which added to the credibility of her charges.
The Fake News Media spent weeks ignoring her claims until The New York Times published a story attempting to paint them in the most favorable light for Biden.
In the story, The Times tried to claim Reade’s allegations were out of character for Biden except for the fact that multiple women have come forward accusing Biden of making them feel uncomfortable with unwanted touching, kissing, and hugging.
“No other allegation about sexual assault surfaced in the course of our reporting, nor did any former Biden staff corroborate Reade’s allegation. We found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Biden, beyond hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable,” The Times initially reported.
Everyone realized how bad that made Biden look and The Times altered their story.
“No other allegation about sexual assault surfaced in the course of reporting, nor did any former Biden staff members corroborate any details of Ms. Reade’s allegation. The Times found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Biden,” The Times now claims.
New York Times media reporter Ben Smith interviewed the paper’s executive editor Dean Baquet and Baquet admitted The Times made the edit at the direction of the Biden campaign.
“Even though a lot of us, including me, had looked at it before the story went into the paper, I think that the campaign thought that the phrasing was awkward and made it look like there were other instances in which he had been accused of sexual misconduct. And that’s not what the sentence was intended to say,” Baquet stated.
This admission makes it clear that The New York Times is officially allowing the Biden campaign editorial control over what the paper publishes.
The New York Times is no longer a newspaper.
It is a communications newsletter for Joe Biden’s Presidential campaign.