Eric Holder Blames ‘Trump Supporters’ For Biden Sex Assault Allegations — Despite Tara Reade Being Lifelong Democrat

More corroborative evidence against Biden than there was against Kavanaugh

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Former Attorney General Eric Holder defended presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden against the sexual assault allegation by former staffer Tara Reade against him in an interview on Bill Maher’s show Friday.

“It’s interesting the people who are trying to fan this thing are the very people who support Donald Trump, and of course, who say nothing about the allegations that have been raised, I think very credibly, against Trump over a long period of time,” Holder said.

“I mean, all of these allegations have to be taken seriously,” he added. “People who raise them should be treated sensitively.”

Holder then said that the accusations are “inconsistent” with the Biden he’s known for over 20 years.

“What has been described is inconsistent with the person who I’ve come to know and I’ve worked with,” Holder said. “I think the media is doing a correct job looking into the allegations, finding out a variety of things. The vice president has denied that it actually did occur. And as I said, his denial is consistent with the Joe Biden that I know.”

Users on social media were quick to point out that Reade, who accused Biden of sexual assault in 1993 when she worked for him when he was a Delaware senator, is a lifelong Democrat who came forward with her allegations on a liberal podcast.

Notably, Holder had a different attitude in 2018 when Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was accused of a sexually assaulting Christine Blasey-Ford despite her presenting virtually no evidence to support her claim.

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