One of Joe Biden’s biggest scandals took a strange turn.
Democrats hoped to keep what happened under wraps.
But a grand jury made this huge decision about a sick Joe Biden sex crime allegation.
In March 2020, former Biden Senate staffer Tara Reade told podcast host Katie Halper that Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993 by jamming his fingers in her underwear and penetrating her.
“He just had me up against the wall, and the wall was cold. And I remember, he— it happened all at once. The gym bag, I don’t know where it went, I handed it to him, it was gone, and then his hands were on me, and underneath my clothes,” Reade said in the interview with Halper. “He went down my skirt, but then up inside it, and he penetrated me with his fingers.”
Reade then filed a police report in April 2020 after reporting she filed a sexual harassment report back in 1993.
As far as Americans knew, that was as far as it all went.
The Daily Caller exposed a new layer to the story revealing that the Department of Justice subpoenaed information relating to Reade’s Twitter account in July 2020.
In the subpoena the Department of Justice sought:
Records of session times and durations, to include attempted/failed/unauthenticated logins;
Length of service (including start date) and types of service utilized;
Telephone or instrument number or other subscriber number or identity, including any temporarily assigned network address; and
Means and source of payment for such service (including any credit card or bank account number).
Reade could not understand why the Department of Justice was after her Twitter account.
“Other than coming forward about Joe Biden, there would be no reason for them to do that,” Reade told The Daily Caller.
Attorney Hayden Schottlaender with Perkins Coie – the same firm Hillary Clinton used to hire Christopher Steele to put together the Steele dossier – represented Twitter and informed Reade of the subpoena.
“To recap our conversations to date, I represent Twitter and have contacted you to inform you that Twitter received the attached subpoena from the United States Department of Justice, seeking data related to your Twitter account(s). The subpoena issues in a sealed proceeding,” Schottlaender emailed Reade.
Twitter tried to fight the subpoena but Reade told Twitter she did not have the resources to hire an attorney to file a motion to quash.
“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. 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,” Schottlaender added.
There is evidence to substantiate Reade’s allegation.
The New York Times reported that Reade told her brother and a friend about the incident when it happened.
And an August 1993 broadcast of “Larry King Live” appeared to show Reade’s mother calling in and asking King for advice on how her daughter could report an incident of sexual harassment against a prominent U.S. senator.
— Rich McHugh (@RichMcHugh) April 24, 2020
There is no record of what came of this grand jury or what the government wanted with Reade’s Twitter account.
However, Reade did tell The Daily Caller she was willing to testify under oath before Congress about Joe Biden sexually assaulting her.
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