Despite Claiming To ‘#BelieveSurvivors,’ Women’s Groups Remain Silent On Tara Reade’s Allegations

Despite Claiming To ‘#BelieveSurvivors,’ Women’s Groups Remain Silent On Tara Reade’s Allegations, by Madeline Osburn.

Several organizations that claim to advocate for women and women’s issues have been stunningly silent on the recently surfaced allegations of sexual assault against the presumed Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden. These groups, which include Planned Parenthood, NARAL, Emily’s List, and the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, have sunk deep into problematic holes of glaring hypocrisy and political conflicts of interest they cannot climb out of.

Not one of these groups replied to The Federalist when asked if they would be supporting Tara Reade, the former Biden senate aide who alleges he sexually assaulted her in 1993, in the same way they supported Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Although Reade’s claims are unproven and have been denied by the Biden campaign, her allegations have been corroborated by Reade’s brother, two close friends, and a 1993 tape of CNN’s “Larry King Live.” Ford, on the other hand, was never able to offer proof that she had ever met Kavanaugh, let alone provide a single witness to corroborate her claims.

Obviously the #metoo movement is a politicized fraud. And obviously giving women the extra privilege of being believed if there is a lack of evidence is an invitation to lying and corruption (and, of course, sexist).