Tara Reade Speaks Out About Fleeing From The U.S. To This Country For Protection After Accusing Joe Biden Of Sexual Assault

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 01 June 2023 05:15
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Tara Reade, the former Senate staffer who accused President Joe Biden of sexual assault, has stated in an interview with Russian state media that she feels safe and protected in Russia after fleeing the U.S.

During the hours-long interview with Sputnik News, Reade expressed her gratitude for her protection and safety in Russia, saying, "I feel very surrounded by protection and safety. And I just really so appreciate Maria and everyone who's been giving me that at a time when it's been very difficult to know if I'm safe or not."

Reade had accused Biden of sexual misconduct when she worked as an aide in his Senate office in the early 1990s after the now 80-year-old launched his 2020 campaign for President. Biden has denied Reade's allegations.

During the interview, Reade discussed several issues facing the U.S., including inflation and military spending, and criticized U.S. officials, claiming to have received threats due to her allegations against Biden. She also expressed disappointment at being ignored by other prominent Democrats and advocacy groups.


Reade acknowledged that moving to Russia was difficult but claimed she did not want to "walk into a cage or be killed." According to The New York Post, Reade has previously defended President Vladimir Putin and even praised the Kremlin for being "accommodating" during the interview. She stated that in Russia, "I felt safe and heard and respected."

Reade also revealed that she had requested that Putin grant her Russian citizenship because the country provided a "safe haven" for other Americans and European citizens. However, she clarified that she would be keeping her U.S... citizenship.

The Post reported that Russian officials had previously attempted to embarrass Biden by inviting Reade to appear before the United Nations Security Council in December. Still, the move was rejected by India, which was chairing the council at the time.