Woman Accusing Biden of Sexual Assault is Set to Appear in Congress

Tara Reade, the woman who implicated President Joe Biden in a sexual assault complaint, has been invited by Representatives Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene to appear before Congress regarding her claims.

Biden Accused of Sexual Assault

Reade, 59, accuses Biden of sexually assaulting her while she was a personal aide in his Senate office in 1993; he refutes her charges. She is the eighth woman to accuse Biden of inappropriate behavior.

Gaetz stated on Twitter that Tara Reade will be coming to Congress to do a recorded interview regarding her accusations that Joe Biden sexually abused her. Gaetz said this is at the request of Marjorie Taylor Greene and himself.

The invitation was made in reply to a Twitter post from Reade, who noted the press and political elites showed barely any concern for her case.

That’s in a stark contrast to the aggressive media attention to former President Trump’s interactions with porn actress Stormy Daniels in reaction to news of the former president’s upcoming arrest.

Gaetz said that Reade’s allegations have more credence than the ones involving Trump and Daniels.

This is because Reade’s mother called a radio station to protest about sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill. This happened shortly after the alleged encounter, which is why Gaetz decided to invite her.

Reade to Appear Before Congress Soon

No one’s claim ought to ever be taken as gospel. To make sure everything is accurate and above board, there must be a review and corroboration, according to Gaetz.

The fact is that Tara Reade’s mother did phone into Larry King Live to discuss her daughter’s experience of being sexually attacked by a prominent guy. One of Gaetz’s staff members, therefore, drew his attention to this case.

All things considered, there appears to be some immediate recognition that something wrong had occurred.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.