Biden Sexual Assault Victim Tara Reade Tells Tucker Carlson She is in Danger of Being Indicted by DOJ for Speaking Out Against Joe Biden (VIDEO)

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Biden Accuser Tara Reade Promises to ‘Expose the Truth’ About FBI
Updated Feb 01, 2024 at 3:37 PM EST
A woman who accused President Joe Biden of sexual assault has sued the Department of Justice for $10 million in part to “expose the truth” about the so-called weaponization of U.S. government.

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Tara Reade, who served as a Biden aide when he was a U.S. senator representing Delaware, has repeatedly claimed that she was sexually assaulted by Biden in 1993. During his 2020 presidential campaign, she filed a criminal complaint with the Washington Metropolitan Police Department, accusing him of pushing her against the wall in a Senate corridor and penetrating her with his fingers. Biden strongly denied the allegations by Reade, who last year was granted political asylum in the Russian Federation and still lives in Moscow.

In December, a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) inspector general was filed on her behalf, requesting an investigation into FBI practices that resulted in her First and Fourth Amendment rights being violated. The complaint never received a response, prompting this new tort lawsuit seeking damages for invasion of privacy, emotional distress and violation of state and federal constitutional rights.

“The FBI and DOJ has been weaponized by the Biden administration,” Reade told Newsweek via phone on Wednesday. “Instead of trying to get to the truth, and instead of helping me when I went to the FBI, I had death threats.

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