lol okIf you can't grasp what my posts said or know the legal differences between harassment and assault, that's on you. I think I've had decent conversation with those in this thread, including those I disagree with. I'm not going to get into a cherry-pick with you as you've done here and in other threads.
Sexual harassment is obviously bad and sexual assault is obviously worse.Are you saying it's OK to sexually harass a woman?
I think GA was making the point that to him thus far the evidence is more indicative of Biden being guilty of sexual harassment than sexual assault and that part of that is tied to his view of Reade's credibility.Then what point were you trying to make, that is was ok if Biden harassed her as long as it wasn't assault?
No need to buy me anything.Buy this man a cape.
I'll bet if Biden is elected sniffing kids is gonna be the next big fad. That and making up stories about how much street cred we all had back in the day when we stood our ground against the Corn Pops of the world.1 accusation and tons of creepy videos of him touching and sniffing girls inappropriately. Let's not leave that part out.
The writer also said...https://www.npr.org/sections/publiceditor/2020/05/06/850967345/npr-was-too-slow-on-tara-reades-story
NPR says that NPR dropped the ball on covering this.
Read that again. I had to read it twice myself. She's not saying they did these things. She is saying that NPR being slow, "FEEDS THESE THREE NARRATIVES/SUSPICIONS".I have to give credit to the NPR public editor for calling out her employer and boy does she hit the nail on the head for NPR as well as the NYT, Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, & CBS.
NPR was not slowed at all back in 2018.The writer also said...
I don't believe NPR was trying to give Biden an edge. And I didn't find evidence of a double standard, but creating standards on a case-by-case basis leaves the newsroom defenseless against those charges.
Ultimately, NPR was slowed down by the frustration and complexity presented by an accusation of an assault that either did or didn't happen 30 years ago. "
It's a good read overall.
I think it also has to do with how the information becomes public.NPR was not slowed at all back in 2018.
Sept.12 Feinstein sends CB. Fords letter to the FBI
Sept. 14 the New Yorker released an article on CB. Ford
Sept. 16 the Washington Post publishes an interview with CB. Ford
Sept. 17 NPR publishes: https://www.npr.org/2018/09/17/6488...man-accusing-brett-kavanaugh-of-sexual-assaul
So, I guess they learned from their mistakes? That is a good thing I guess. It seems they, as well as a lot of other media sources, need to do a hell of a lot better a job at journalisming.
Wait, she lied about her academic record? No wonder Biden was so attracted to her.Yep she has lied about all kinds of stuff.
Reade stated under oath she had an undergraduate degree that her college said she never earned and appears to have exaggerated her role in Joe Biden’s office.www.politico.com
Defense attorneys are looking to redo trials she was an expert witness in because of her lies about her qualifications.