AUDIO: A woman tells her story of how Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993 #metoo

A woman named Tara Reade has come forward to tell her story of how Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in his office in 1993. In case you’re wondering, this isn’t some right-wing hit job on Biden. The story was reported on by The Intercept and the interview was done by Katie Halper, who is the co-host of Rolling Stone’s Useful Idiots podcast with Matt Taibbi. Katie Halper has released a portion of the interview below and explained, that while there were no witnesses, she has spoken with two people who both remember Reade telling them about the assault in 1993.

Make of this what you will, but it doesn’t sound good for Biden at all:

 
Below is the audio excerpt released by Halper:



Just to give you all of the information, here is what Halper wrote on the description for the interview excerpt:

Tara Reade has been trying to tell her story since it happened in 1993, when she was working as a staff assistant for Joe Biden. She told part of her story– about how Biden would put his hands on her shoulders and run his fingers up and down her neck– in the spring of 2019 after Lucy Flores accused Biden of kissing the top of her head and smelling her hair inappropriately. But Reade didn’t tell her full story. As Ryan Grim reveals at The Intercept, Reade asked for help from Time’s Up, but the organization said it could not support her because a case taking on Biden would jeopardize their non-profit status. Tara is finally telling the story she’s been trying to tell for decades. While there were no witnesses to Biden’s alleged sexual assault of Tara Reade, her brother and close friend, both of whom I’ve spoken to, recall Reade telling them about it at the time.

Her tweets continue below, repeating some of the information above but adding more to it…

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