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DOJ Launched Spurious Probe of Biden Rape Accuser Tara Reade’s Twitter

'His hands were down my shirt and up my skirt... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) After accusing then-candidate Joe Biden of sexual assault leading up to the 2020 election, former Biden aide Tara Reade is now under investigation at the hands of Biden’s Department of Justice.

Just before the 2020 election Reade had accused Biden, whose infamous motto is “believe all women,” of sexually assaulting her in a senate building on Capitol Hill in 1993 when she worked for him.

“His hands were down my shirt and up my skirt,” she said in an interview at the time.

Read also filed a police report in April of 2020 with the Washington Metropolitan Police Department, but the matter has since been dropped.

But Reade, challenging the powers that be, is now paying for speaking out. Biden’s DOJ has subpoenaed Twitter for information regarding her account, the Daily Caller reported. Twitter must apparently provide “all subscriber information” to a grand jury later this month.

Reade addressed the matter, noting that it is obvious why the DOJ was coming for her.

“Other than coming forward about Joe Biden, there would be no reason for” the subpoena, Reade said.

Twitter attorney Hayden Schottlaender said that the company “intends to comply” with the court’s order.

“As I mentioned, Twitter intends to comply with this subpoena on December 16, 2020, unless it receives notice from you that a motion to quash or otherwise invalidate this subpoena has been filed,” Schottlaender wrote to Reade.

“If you do file any such motions, please send a copy directly to me at this email address. If, on the other hand, you have no concerns with Twitter producing the requested data, please similarly let me know,” he added.

The recent smear is just the latest in a lengthy media campaign to undermine Reade’s credibility for good.

Immediately following the accusations, the legacy media rushed to Biden’s aid by publicly attacking her character, with some outlets like the New York Times even failing to report on the matter for weeks.

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