UH OH JOE: Liberal New York Times Calls On DNC To Investigate Assault Allegations Against Biden

Things just got a lot worse for Joe Biden.

Even though he finally addressed the allegations against him on MSNBC, it wasn’t enough.

Even the notoriously liberal New York Times is calling for a thorough investigtion.

And they want the DNC to do it.

Townhall reports:

Guess Who the NYT Wants to Investigate Tara Reade’s Sexual Assault Allegation Against Joe Biden

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The New York Times on Friday penned an editorial calling on the Democratic National Committee to investigate Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations made against former Vice President Joe Biden. The editorial board made the case that the DNC had an obligation to look into the allegations because Biden is the presumptive Democratic nominee…

According to the editorial board, Biden agreeing to let the Secretary of the Senate release documents, it’s “a start, but does not go far enough.” They believe that the records at the University of Delaware should be unsealed. As it currently sits, the files are sealed until Biden retires from “public life,” whatever that means.

The former vice president has repeatedly denied the allegations, but the NYT believes that’s not enough. Instead, the editorial board believes the DNC should put together an “unbiased, apolitical panel” to investigate Reade’s allegations.

The DNC did not want to hear this from the New York Times. In fact, they have already responded:

This is a nightmare for the Democrats.

And they did it to themselves.

 

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