Turns out Biden does not 'believe all women'

Looking straight into the camera from his Wuhan coronavirus-19 bunker, Democratic president nominee wannabe Joe Biden firmly stated, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman!"  Whoops!  Wrong Democrat!  So many male Democrat political figures have been accused of unwanted sexual advances that it is so easy to confuse who said what denial.  President Bill Clinton stated that — and, after some fuss, continued with his presidency.  

What Biden did reply to Mika Brzezinski's questioning about Tara Reade's allegations against him on Friday morning was, "No, it is not true.  I am saying unequivocally it never, never happened, and it didn't.  It never happened.

Brezezinski continued, and Biden again firmly replied 

It was 27 years ago.  I don't remember, nor does anyone else that I'm aware of[.] ... And the fact is that I don't remember — I don't remember any complaint ever having been made."  

That is the sum of the 18-minute interview.  To her credit, Brezezinski persistently questioned Biden, bringing up Reade's allegations, asking about the Biden archives at University of Delaware — and Biden consistently responding it never happened, I don't remember.  

I believe him.  Not that "it never happened."  Reade's allegations  and proof are certainly more solid than those of, say, Christine Blasey Ford, whom Biden was willing to give "the benefit of the doubt."  Or Anita Hill — Biden initially claimed she was lying but later believed all women. 

But Biden, as a senator and vice president, is a man of power.  He most likely thinks his hands-on behavior, for which he is notorious, is one of the perks of his job.  Indeed, he probably thinks women enjoy it.  Expect it.  And so he does what he does automatically.  As naturally as breathing.  And doesn't remember that some women night object.  Or that he did it.  

That is why he cluelessly nominated his old Democratic pal from the Senate, Chris Dodd (Conn.) to be part of his vice presidential vetting team.  Yes, that Dodd, who with the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) squeezed a petite waitress between them for a senatorial sandwich.  

It all leaves Tarana Burke, one of the founders of the #MeToo movementconfused.  

Whom to believe?  What to believe?  What to do?  You too?

Looking straight into the camera from his Wuhan coronavirus-19 bunker, Democratic president nominee wannabe Joe Biden firmly stated, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman!"  Whoops!  Wrong Democrat!  So many male Democrat political figures have been accused of unwanted sexual advances that it is so easy to confuse who said what denial.  President Bill Clinton stated that — and, after some fuss, continued with his presidency.  

What Biden did reply to Mika Brzezinski's questioning about Tara Reade's allegations against him on Friday morning was, "No, it is not true.  I am saying unequivocally it never, never happened, and it didn't.  It never happened.

Brezezinski continued, and Biden again firmly replied 

It was 27 years ago.  I don't remember, nor does anyone else that I'm aware of[.] ... And the fact is that I don't remember — I don't remember any complaint ever having been made."  

That is the sum of the 18-minute interview.  To her credit, Brezezinski persistently questioned Biden, bringing up Reade's allegations, asking about the Biden archives at University of Delaware — and Biden consistently responding it never happened, I don't remember.  

I believe him.  Not that "it never happened."  Reade's allegations  and proof are certainly more solid than those of, say, Christine Blasey Ford, whom Biden was willing to give "the benefit of the doubt."  Or Anita Hill — Biden initially claimed she was lying but later believed all women. 

But Biden, as a senator and vice president, is a man of power.  He most likely thinks his hands-on behavior, for which he is notorious, is one of the perks of his job.  Indeed, he probably thinks women enjoy it.  Expect it.  And so he does what he does automatically.  As naturally as breathing.  And doesn't remember that some women night object.  Or that he did it.  

That is why he cluelessly nominated his old Democratic pal from the Senate, Chris Dodd (Conn.) to be part of his vice presidential vetting team.  Yes, that Dodd, who with the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) squeezed a petite waitress between them for a senatorial sandwich.  

It all leaves Tarana Burke, one of the founders of the #MeToo movementconfused.  

Whom to believe?  What to believe?  What to do?  You too?