Lips Buttoning on Biden

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by Joseph Enders  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  May 5, 2020   

Media sweeps Tara Reade allegation under the rug

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Fake Catholic Joe Biden is in hot water over a sexual assault scandal the media is now having to cover, despite ignoring it for weeks.

A Saturday report by the Associated Press is burying word that two more people corroborated former Joe Biden staffer Tara Reade's accusations against Obama's former vice president, ignoring the revelation until the last two paragraphs out of 21.

Her mother, who died in 2016, called in to Larry King Live in August 1993 to report the assault.

Reade's Mother: "I'm wondering what a staffer would do besides go to the press in Washington. My daughter has just left there after working for a prominent senator ... ."

Despite this, the story went no further, with Marxist media sweeping it under the rug.

Recent polls show nearly 35% of likely U.S. voters believe Reade's allegations, while only 24% say Biden is being truthful.

For reference, only 33% believed Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's 2018 accusations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

The allegations are adding to an already uphill climb for Biden, for whom polls show a sizable enthusiasm gap, traditionally a barometer of election results.

A recent Rasmussen poll shows 91% of voters who strongly approve of Trump's job performance are enthusiastic about a Trump-Biden matchup, while those who strongly disapprove of the president's job performance have only 51% enthusiasm for Biden.

For the moment, Democratic leadership is still supporting Biden, but some are starting to express concerns.

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