Tara Reade’s Corroborators

What do they corroborate?

Tara Reade’s first story was published in April 2019. Then she alleged Biden “touched her several times making her feel uncomfortable” but “didn’t consider the acts toward her sexualization”.

A year later, in March 2020, Reade told Katie Halper’s podcast a dramatically different story, alleging Joe Biden sexually assaulted her.

Naturally, skeptics wonder, “Why did Reade change her story?”. Meanwhile, Tara’s defenders say “the apparent contradiction is no contradiction at all”, arguing that Tara’s story hasn’t changed. “Details have been included now that Reade said she wasn’t comfortable including in the past.”

3 Corroborators

Perhaps the most convincing element of Tara Reade’s case is the fact that, unlike Christine Blasey Ford, Reade told people about her incident when it occurred in 1993. Tara explained on the Katie Halper Show that she shared what happened with a friend, her mother, and her brother.

So which of Tara’s stories do her corroborators corroborate? After all, there is a very big difference between uncomfortable touching and sexual assault.

1. Tara’s Mother

Tara’s mother has passed away but a 1993 recording of Tara’s mother calling Larry King Live backs up Tara’s claim that an incident occurred while working for Joe Biden. Tara’s mother told Larry King,

Unfortunately, Tara’s mother only speaks in general terms. What were the “problems” her daughter experienced?

2. Tara’s Friend

A year before Tara alleged Biden assaulted her, Tara spoke with journalist Laura McGann, who recently wrote the following.

A year later, Tara’s friend changed her story.

Why would Tara’s friend suddenly change her story from “he never went for one of those touches” to sexual assault?

3. Tara’s Brother

McGann says Tara did not originally mention her brother as a corroborator.

Sometime after Reade added her brother as a 3rd corroborator on the Katie Halper show, the Washington Post interviewed Reade’s brother.

I understand trauma and fear may cause a victim to refrain from or delay talking about a sexual assault. That could explain why Tara Reade’s story changed. But I cannot understand why her brother and friend’s memories from 1993 would change too.

What do you think?

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