Former Vice President Joe Biden has tried to cover up his crimes.
But it seems like his misdeeds have finally caught up to him.
And Biden proved he is guilty of this crime with one confession.
There’s a reason Joe Biden earned the nickname “Creepy Uncle Joe.”
He has publicly displayed inappropriate behavior towards women and even adolescents, making inappropriate comments, kissing them, smelling their hair, and more.
And now, he has been hit with an accusation from a former Senate staffer.
The former staffer, Tara Reade, accused Biden of sexually assaulting her in the early ‘90s while she worked at the Senate building.
And although Reade came forward with insurmountable evidence including phone recordings and countless testimonials, the left has dismissed her.
Biden himself had chosen to stay silent on the matter, until now.
The presidential hopeful finally came forward to deny the allegations of assault, stating that they never happened. He has even gone so far as to call upon the Senate to release the records of Reade’s complaint, after she publicly pressured him to do so.
But he just proved his guilt with one confession, and it will cost him the presidential race.
Early Friday morning, Biden appeared on MSNBC to make an official statement against Reade. But Biden incorrectly stated that records regarding the alleged assault and the complaint against the then-Senator would be held in the National Archives.
The National Archives quickly corrected Biden’s misinformation, stating that “any records of Senate personnel complaints from 1993 would have remained under the control of the Senate.”
Biden was clearly trying to cover his tracks, but did so with more disinformation, as he has done with his entire presidential campaign.
He then tried to backtrack in a letter to the Senate, asking for records regarding the accusations to be released.
— Dave Catanese (@davecatanese) May 1, 2020
But Biden’s choice has proved his guilt.
His calling up of the documents regarding the scandal will be the final nail in his campaign’s coffin.
Reade has already presented evidence of the complaint, and now Biden has asked the Senate to make every detail of the accusation publicly available.
But when the records are released, they will show both Biden and his officials’ guilt in the matter.
Reade states that she had come to three of Biden’s officials, including his chief of staff, with the complaint before going to the Senate.
She later tried to track down a copy of the complaint, but was told it would reside with Biden’s chief of staff.
And there is already unquestionable evidence that Biden had committed these crimes.
If the official complaint is found, it would prove both the guilt of Biden, and that his staff was deliberately hiding crimes that he had committed.