Joe Biden’s most prominent accuser Tara Reade has claimed that the Democrat president tried to have her arrested for coming forward with allegations of rape.
Reade accused Biden of sexually assaulting her while she worked as a staffer in his Senate office in the 1990s.
However, despite reporting the incident at the time, Reade says Democrats swept her allegations under the rug and destroyed her political career in the process.
Speaking during a new interview with Glenn Beck on the most recent episode of his podcast, Reade said the Democrat “machine” didn’t just try to silence her, it tried to destroy her until she had lost “everything.”
“It’s hard for me to get a job,” Reade said.
“It’s hard for me to function.
“I lost my housing. I lost everything coming forward.”
“They basically tried to put me in prison a year ago for felony perjury.
“I was an expert witness for domestic violence victims and the group of Democrats in Monterey County … and some trolls, obviously, that were hired by the DNC, did an email campaign and a phone campaign to have the prosecutor’s office open up all my expert testimony.
“And so they tried to say I lied about my education, which I did not, and so eventually there was no investigation.
“Obviously, I wasn’t convicted,” she explained.
“But the word got back to me that Biden wanted to see me arrested right after the inauguration, publicly.”
“That’s terrifying,” Beck responded.
“It’s terrifying when you have no resources,” Reade said.
“I had to get lawyers, and I had to get myself out of something that shouldn’t have even started.”
Reade cited the recent bombshell report that the FBI offered former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele $1 million if he could corroborate now-debunked allegations that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election.
“I was vilified,” Reade said.
“And now watching them do the Russiagate stuff, paying a million dollars … that quid pro quo is not acceptable.
“It’s not right, but especially coming from a federal agency.”
“That’s crossing the line into absolute authoritarianism,” Beck said.