Biden Accuser Tara Reade: “If Something Happens To Me”

Tara Reade released a cryptic message recently saying that if anything happened to her “all roads lead to Joe Biden,” according to Just the News. Reade, who worked for the president in his U.S. Senate office in the 1990s where she claims Biden assaulted her, took to Twitter to share the warning, adding that the intimidation and threats sent to her by Biden and the DNC over the last few years are not going to work. 

She then said that she was not suicidal, something that notably began when disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in prison while being held on charges of trafficking minors to inappropriately please celebrities on his island. Reade claimed that there was no reason why she should be investigated, suggesting that the DOJ and FBI were being weaponized. 

Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene have reportedly asked Reade to testify in Congress about what is going on. One user commented that Reade should “leave milk and cookies at your door for the IRS agents that will visit your house while you’re testifying.” 

It is currently uncertain whether or not that hearing will take place, however, a spokesperson for the House Oversight and Accountability Committee said that they are focused on Biden’s bank records and family business schemes.

Reade’s comments come as Biden’s son, Hunter, is likely going to face charges related to tax improprieties and possession of an illegal firearm following a federal investigation that was finished a year ago, according to NBC. When asked how the investigation is going to affect his presidency, Biden said that his son has done nothing wrong, and he is proud of him. 

Biden announced that he is seeking another term despite low approval ratings and polls that have him trailing Donald Trump.