(ThePatriotSource.Com)- The New York Times, as an outlet, epitomizes the “believe all women” movement but when it comes to defeating Donald Trump in the November presidential election, far-left rags seem to lose all their morals. The Times recently published an account of the allegations made against former Vice President Joe Biden by ex-staffer Tara Reade and concludes that they’re probably not true.
In a report, The Times claims there was “no pattern of sexual misconduct by Biden, beyond hugs, kisses, and touching women that previously said made them uncomfortable.”
As if touching women who say it made them feel uncomfortable doesn’t suggest a pattern…
The report comes after Reade filed an official criminal complaint with the Washington, D.C. police, claiming that in 1993 Biden pushed her against a wall in a corridor and abused her. Specifically, Reade claims that Biden touched her and kissed her, and even penetrated her with his fingers without consent.
Biden has denied the allegations and his deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield has appeared on all the major news outlets denying it, too. This is despite Biden having previously endorsed the “believe all women” mantra that says all women coming forward about sexual assault and abuse should be believed.
The Times’ own investigation suggests that Reade’s complaint is unlikely to be true because they can’t find any evidence of it happening to other women.
Tara Reade, a former Senate aide who last year accused Joe Biden of inappropriate touching, has made an allegation of sexual assault against the former vice president. A spokeswoman for Biden said the allegation was false. https://t.co/NiVFxtcMaF
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 12, 2020
Except, they did find a pattern. Those instances where women felt uncomfortable with the way Biden touched them? They are the pattern!
The Time even admits it in their article, when the outlet claims:
“Last year, Ms. Reade and seven other women came forward to accuse Mr. Biden of kissing, hugging or touching them in ways that made them feel uncomfortable.”
That suggests there is a pattern.
The so-called “news” outlet claims that they interviewed Reade over several hours and that “no other allegation about sexual assault surfaced in the course of reporting, nor did any former Biden staff members corroborate any details of Ms. Reade’s allegation.”
How can a national media outlet find a pattern of abuse and then claim there is no pattern of abuse, and just get away with it?