Tucker Carlson slammed Joe Biden for his history of sexually questionable behavior and usage of the FBI as personal investigators
Fox’s Tucker Carlson laid into Joe Biden for his history of sexually predatory and deviant behavior, including with his daughter, and for using the FBI as a personal police force in investigating non-crimes.
Joe Biden, much like his son Hunter, has a history of sexually deviant and uncomfortable behavior. Countless videos and images of Biden groping and sniffing young girls have been on the internet for over a decade. There have also been several allegations of sexual misconduct and even rape against Joe Biden over the years.
Tara Reade, a former Biden Staffer from his days as a Senator, accused him in 2020 of having raped her in 1993.
Tucker Carlson draws attention to this as he slams Joe Biden for his inappropriate and predatory behavior and slams the left as a whole for their hypocrisy over the #MeToo movement and the tagline “believe all women.” Of course, when it is a conservative such as President Trump or Justice Kavanaugh being accused they believe the accuser, but in cases of their own such as Bill Clinton and Joe Biden, they lash out at the victim.
“To be clear, Joe Biden has not simply –in recent years — been accused of making women uncomfortable; he has been accused of rape. Remember, former Biden staffer Terry Reade— we probably didn’t take seriously enough — alleged that when she was 29, Joe Biden pinned her against the wall. She was immediately attacked by Democratic partisans –‘You’re a liar!’ –because actually, they don’t ‘believe all women,’” he said. “But then, a contemporaneous phone call that Tara Reade’s mother made to Larry King’s show corroborated the fact that happened. She said her daughter had left Washington because of the actions of a ‘prominent senator.’ At the time the media buried the story or laughed about it. Now, Biden promised to be more ‘mindful’ — and that was it.”
However, Biden’s history goes back further than with victim Tara Reade in 1993
In the allegedly stolen Ashley Biden “Diary from Hell,” Ashley Biden alleges that her sex-addicted lifestyle may have begun at home as a kid, being “sexualized” by an unnamed family member and taking showers, at an unknown age, with her father, which she describes as “probably not appropriate.”
Carlson latches on to the prominent fact that “little kids don’t take showers, they take baths” and that she was clearly old enough to remember and be influenced by the experience of bathing with her father.
Tucker on new Biden allegations: "If that’s not child molestation, it is definitely close enough to justify a police visit." pic.twitter.com/QLHTThvcho
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“If that’s not child molestation, it is definitely close enough to justify a police visit.” Carlson concludes before moving on to discuss the FBI’s curious role in investigating the diary.
He goes on to explain the origin of the diary, found by a Florida woman in a halfway house and sold to Project Veritas for $40,000.
The FBI had initially claimed that the diary was stolen, although “we now know the FBI knew that diary had not been stolen and it wasn’t.” Carlson explains. What if it was stolen? Having a stolen diary is not a federal crime. What in that diary was so important that Joe Biden sent FBI agents to get it back? In what world is the alleged theft of a diary investigated by the FBI?” he continued.
The FBI is outside their jurisdiction in their “investigation” of the diary, and are being utilized because the people involved in the diary surfacing “embarrassed Joe Biden and spilled very dark secrets to the world,” Tucker concludes.
This is, of course, not the only instance of the Democrats using the FBI as their private police form as they did the same thing when investigating President Trump over bogus Russia allegations, and are currently using the FBI to unlawfully imprison January 6th demonstrators. This includes the recent arrest of Michigan Gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley, who has since received a boost in the polls.