Tara Reade: I told my story, but there are countless others too afraid of the Democrat protection machine to come forward | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Tara Reade: I told my story, but there are countless others too afraid of the Democrat protection machine to come forward

It takes courage to come forward about the abuse you suffered at the hands of someone who is, arguably, the most powerful man in the world. Some never do – and in fact, we will likely never know the real number of victims like me.
“I told my story, my love, so that you could tell yours.” Ophelia, by Semi Chellas

I was silent for a very long time. I had a child to raise alone after my divorce in a culture that creates many obstacles for women under the best circumstances. In 2019, my daughter was an adult. Seven women came forward that year about Joe Biden’s inappropriateness and unwanted touching. The press immediately couched their revelations with an emphasis on those touches being “nonsexual.”

The Biden protection program via corporate media outlets kicked in. In the midst of all this, I came forward as the eighth woman and told part of my history. The same day the article was released online and in a local paper, Edward-Isaac Dovere, a staff writer at The Atlantic, attacked me on social media. The death threats from online randoms began. Between his obsession with me being some sort of political conspiracy and the other reporters’ reaction, I shut down.

Soon, I regained my strength and knew I should tell my whole history. I reached back out to a New York Times reporter with my entire history with Biden that included the now well-known account of the sexual assault. It took several months before it was fully reported.

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