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Pervert Joe Biden asks Senate to release accuser Tara Reade’s complaint



Pervert Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Friday evening asked US Senate officials to help locate and release any complaint filed by his former Senate aide Tara Reade alleging sexual assault or harassment.
Biden made the request after repeatedly rebuffing an MSNBC host’s suggestion in a Friday morning interview that he allow a broad search through records from his 36 years in the Senate that are stored at the University of Delaware.
The former vice president says that if Reade filed a complaint against him, it would be located in documents under the Senate’s control at the National Archives, rather than in his Senate records collection at the university.
A broader search of records at the university could reveal damaging information from speeches he made and from interactions with foreign leaders, Biden said on MSNBC.
In his letter to Secretary of the Senate Julie Adams, Biden wrote, “According to public reports, the staff member, Ms. Tara Reade, has stated that in 1993 she filed such a complaint with the office responsible for enforcing Senate employees’ rights in the workplace.”
Biden wrote that the National Archives “now states that the records would have remained under the control of the Senate” and that “I request that you take or direct whatever steps re necessary to establish the location of the records of this Office, and once they have been located, to direct a search for the alleged complaint and to make public the results of this search.”
Biden added: “I would ask that the public release include not only a complaint if one exists, but any and all other documents in the records that relate to the allegation.”
Biden finally addressed Reade’s allegations Friday after initially trying to ignore them. Reade says she filed a sexual harassment complaint against Biden but that the document does not specifically mention an alleged 1993 assault.

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