The sexual assault accusations against Democratic candidate Joe Biden is the hottest story in America.
Yet the Democrats have remained silent on the matter.
And Elizabeth Warren responded to Biden’s sex scandal in a shocking way. Here’s how.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has been a feminist icon for some time, sparking the famous line “nevertheless, she persisted,” a popular quote in the feminist movement.
She has spoken up for victims of the #MeToo movement, and was a stark supporter of Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault during his confirmation hearing.
And now, she has responded to new allegations against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in a strange way.
Daily Caller reports:
Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is ramping up her Facebook machine as she tries to raise money for Democrats ahead of the November election, though recent ads haven’t mentioned former Vice President Joe Biden, who is facing a credible sexual assault allegation.
Warren’s Facebook ad spending turned away from promoting Democrats after she ended her presidential campaign in March, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis.
The Massachusetts Democrat continued posting ads, but they focused on the coronavirus pandemic and how people can support medical first-responders, as well as ways to secure U.S. elections.
She posted an ad on April 17 hyping her support for Biden, but the Facebook ads shifted focus in late April as reports trickled in fleshing out allegations former Biden senate aide Tara Reade made against the former vice president. Reade made the accusations in March before several witnesses began corroborating her allegations on April, 24, 25, and 27.
Although she has not publicly responded to Reade’s allegations, her silent removal of her ads endorsing Biden speaks volumes.
Other members of the Democratic Party have since spoken up, withdrawing their support for Biden.
“It can’t appear that she is being ignored,” Nina Turner, a former national campaign co-chair for Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders, told the New York Times Wednesday.
“If we want to keep our credibility as a party, then we will have to agree that this allegation and any allegation should be vetted in the public,” Turner added. Sanders ended his presidential campaign on April 8 after Biden won several key primary states.
Other Democrats are chiming in as well.
“While it is absolutely essential that we defeat Donald Trump in November, trying to manage the response through women surrogates and emailed talking points doesn’t cut it in 2020 — especially if Democrats want to continue to be the party that values, supports, elevates, hears and believes women,” chief executive of Democracy for America Yvette Simpson told TheNYT.
Meanwhile, the liberal-run fake news media has yet to report on these allegations against Biden, but the information is still getting to the public.
Many have lost their faith in Biden, both due to the accusation laid against him, and his refusal to comment against said allegations.
Biden touts himself as a champion for women’s rights, but when he is faced with allegations against him, he hides away and ignores the victim.
Biden is a champion only in words, when it serves his purpose and campaign, but his actions say otherwise.
Many reported their discomfort with his behavior while in the White House, as he could be seen acting inappropriately towards women and young girls on several occasions.