**Tara Reade, Joe Biden’s former staffer who accused him of sexual assault, blames the President if anything happens to her, claiming all roads lead back to him. Reade’s recent interview in Russia has led her to contemplate a permanent move there, stemming from fears for her safety in the US.**
Tara Reade, the woman who accused then-Senator Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993, recently released a statement putting any blame for anything that might occur to her squarely on President Biden. Reade has boldly claimed that she is not suicidal, and if anything were to happen, “all roads lead to Joe Biden.”
During an emotional interview with Megyn Kelly, Reade recounted that, in 1993, then-Senator Biden had pushed her against a wall and penetrated her with his fingers. According to Reade, during the assault, Biden whispered something vulgar in her ear. Despite having contemporaneous witnesses to back up her claims, Reade feels neglected by the media and even fears for her safety.
These fears have led Reade to seek protection, recently participating in an interview with Russian news outlet Sputnik, after feeling threatened in the US. Contemplating a permanent move to Russia, she expressed her appreciation for the protection and safety she felt there. Reade was even quoted saying that her dream is to live in both the US and Russia, but she is content with remaining in Russia if necessary.
Tara Reade has made it clear – she is holding Joe Biden personally accountable for anything that might happen to her, while also considering a life away from the United States.
**With her accusations against President Joe Biden continuing to make headlines, Tara Reade may have found solace in Russia, as she appears increasingly prepared to relocate there permanently due to perceived risks to her safety in the US.**