Mother of Biden prosecution reportedly phoned into Larry King’s uncover to protest about ‘prominent senator’
Newly-resurfaced video from decades ago lends support to allegations opposite Joe Biden; discernment from publisher Rich McHugh.
Peter Dauo, a domestic activist and one-time extreme Hillary Clinton backer, urged former Vice President Joe Biden to finish his presidential bid over new developments in a passionate attack explain opposite him.
Dauo, who worked for Clinton during her initial presidential bid and was a distinguished defender of her in a 2016 cycle, took to Twitter Saturday morning to contend “Biden should withdraw.”
In a “difficult” Twitter thread, Daou pronounced a new information rising in support of Tara Reade’s passionate attack allegation against Biden stirred his stance.
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“Credible rape accusations are disqualifying or we have NO dignified standards,” Daou wrote.
While Daou was a vital Clinton upholder in 2016, he shifted this cycle to behind one-time Clinton opponent, Bernie Sanders.
Dauo suggests Democrats should reboot a presidential primary.
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Sanders could “restart his campaign.” And other former possibilities could “replace” Biden, Dauo said, fixing Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro.
Dauo called for Democrats to take a scrupulous position and not to run a claimant indicted of attack opposite President Trump who has faced countless passionate attack allegations.
Peter Daou (Twitter profile)
“We remove ALL dignified management if we welcome ‘the obtuse of dual indicted rapists,'” Dauo tweeted.
Biden has strongly denied a passionate attack allegations.
Reps for Clinton and Sanders did not immediately respond to requests for criticism on where a former presidential hopefuls mount on a passionate attack allegation.
Aides to Sanders are expressing their anger about a latest development — after video emerged from 1993 in that a accuser’s mom appears to connote to her indictment on CNN.
Reade, a staffer for Biden in 1993 who has claimed he intimately assaulted her, told Fox News on Friday that it was her mom who called into “Larry King Live” in a resurfaced shave and alluded to her daughter’s knowledge on Capitol Hill.
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Biden’s presidential debate has adamantly denied Reade’s claims, though a video is expected to be cited as justification to uncover that Reade done her claims famous to members of her family during a time. The Democratic National Committee did not respond to a request for criticism from Fox News.
The Intercept on Friday first reported the twin on a Aug. 11, 1993 broadcast, where a lady — who does not discuss passionate assault, or a specific sum of Reade’s explain — asks a doubt to a panel. The shave was after found and published by Newsbusters.
Still, a mother’s talk doesn’t privately uphold Reade’s latest allegations of assault, and could be referring some-more to a bullying allegations she lifted final year. In a 2020 interview, Reade laid some-more censure with Biden’s staffers for “bullying her” than with Biden himself, The Washington Post reported.
The Biden debate Friday referred Fox News to a matter progressing this month from Biden Deputy Campaign Manager Kate Bedingfield that said: “What is transparent about this claim: it is untrue. This positively did not happen.”
“Vice President Biden has dedicated his open life to changing a enlightenment and a laws around assault opposite women,” Bedingfield said. “He authored and fought for a thoroughfare and reauthorization of a landmark Violence Against Women Act. He resolutely believes that women have a right to be listened – and listened respectfully. Such claims should also be diligently reviewed by an eccentric press.”
Fox News’ Adam Shaw and Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.