The old saying, ‘Better Late than Never”, seems to apply to the New York Times, who are now demanding that Biden stop his silence and answer the accusations from Reade and claims of sexual assault.
When things start to fall apart for the DNC, it seems to do so in rapid fashion, but things are much, much worse for Biden.
Yesterday, a memo circulated from the Biden campaign that issued talking points about the Tara Reade sexual assault allegation. One of those talking points was to claim that The New York Times had done a “thorough investigation” and had mostly debunked the claim. We saw Stacey Abrams repeat that verbatim in an interview yesterday, where she ended by stating the assault “did not happen,” another line from the talking points.
This brought a quick rebuke from the Times against Biden and his surrogates. The responded with a statement saying their article should not be used as evidence against Tara Reade, then throw a stone at them by saying the report did not say what the Biden camp was saying it did.
The time’s piece that came out was nothing but a campaign article for Biden, the problem came when more people came forward, and the tape was uncovered of Reade’s mother with Larry King, they knew they had to scramble to cover themselves in case this whole thing went south.
As I stated in an earlier article, with people like Abrams and others parroting the line that Biden wanted to be put out, this is not going to end well for any of them if this gains momentum. These are the same people that judged Kavanaugh, preached that Conservatives would not give credence to women, now they are doing precisely what they accuse us of doing.
So the question has to be asked, is the New York Times going to be the first of many news sites that is going to turn from Biden, if so, how will the Democrats handle this?
Many are hoping this will bring on Sanders, or maybe leave open a return of Clinton. Either way, it will not matter if we can pull ourselves out of this plague, and Trump can get our economy back to what it was before the plague struck.