Joe Biden’s Presidential campaign is facing a major crisis.
Biden is in full damage control mode.
But that all collapsed when Joe Biden just admitted his guilt in this big scandal cover-up.
Tara Reade’s credible allegations that Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993 have thrown a giant curveball into the middle of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Multiple corroborating witnesses as well as a clip of Reade’s mother calling Larry King Live in 1993 to ask about how to report a problem with a Senator her daughter worked for have emerged to add weight to Reade’s accusations.
After weeks of silence, Biden finally addressed Reade’s allegations in a an interview on MSNBC with Morning Joe cohost Mika Brzezinski.
Brzezinski pressed Biden on why he only authorized the National Archives to release any records from his Senate days of Reade’s complaint and not his papers from his time in office being housed at the University of Delaware.
Biden stumbled and bumbled his way through his response, but ultimately settled on stating that he would not release those records because they may be used against him in the campaign.
Mika Brzezinski presses Joe Biden on opening up his Senate records at the University of Delaware:
"Are you certain there was nothing about Tara Reade in those records?"
"I am absolutely certain."
"If so, why not approve a search of her name in those records?" pic.twitter.com/f2pCXiWCyd
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 1, 2020
To Americans watching the interview Biden came across as a guilty man with something to hide.
If Biden wanted to be transparent, why not release all of his records unless he was afraid of what those papers at the University of Delaware would show.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.