United States lands at mercy of sexual predators


Tara Reade, who has raised allegation against US President Joe Biden of assaulting her at the Washington DC location when he was a senator is facing threats from persons close to the now the now-president, as well as the Democratic National Committee, while key rival of Joe Biden in the upcoming 2024 presidential race – Donald Trump is facing legal consequences following allegations of sexual assault and paying hush money to females proving the fate of United States has already landed at mercy of sexual predators and even defenders of criminals and corrupts. It may be mentioned here that, Joe Biden has publicly defended his scandalous son Hunter Biden, who faces series of allegations including tax evasion, possessing illegal weapon, receiving cash from foreign companies, drug and sex addiction and lately making tons of cash by selling his so-called artwork, which is seen by many as one of the most degusting ways of selling the influence of his father – President Joe Biden and or offering favor in exchange for indirect bribe or lobbyist fees under the guise of artwork sales.

According to media report, Tara Reade recently tweeted saying: “I want to make something clear. If something happens to me, all roads lead to Joe Biden”.

She added: Joe Biden and DNC political machine threats, bullying and intimidation over the last three years will not work”.

And now, state machinery in the United States, DNC and RINOs have intensified attacks on Donald Trump stating he does not stand fit for running in 2024 presidential election.

According to The Hill, Senate Republicans aired concerns about former President Trump’s viability in a 2024 presidential election after a civil jury found he had sexually abused writer E. Jean Carroll and ordered him to pay her US$5 million in damages.

Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) told reporters that he does not believe Trump stands a chance in a November setting but added he didn’t think the verdict would move voters.

“I don’t think it changes anybody’s minds, one way or the other. … I think people who support President Trump, support President Trump. People who don’t support President Trump, don’t support him, and I don’t think this will have any impact”, Cornyn said.

Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah), who has long been one of Trump’s foremost antagonists in the GOP, argued the verdict is further proof the 45th president has no business being the party’s standard bearer once again.

“I hope the American people, the jury of the American people, reach the same conclusion as the jury of his peers, which is that Donald Trump should not be our nominee and he certainly shouldn’t be president of the United States,” Romney said. “We have other people who are highly qualified that could lead our party to victory, and someone who’s been found to have committed sexual assault should not be the face of the Republican Party”.

“I think that there will be some people, surely, who say, ‘You know, I don’t think it’s a good idea to have someone who’s been convicted of sexual assault to be the face for my children and my grandchildren and the world’”, Romney added.

A number of other Senate Republicans questioned Trump’s ability to win a second, non-consecutive term if he is the GOP presidential nominee next year.

“Of course it creates a concern. How could it not create a concern? If what the woman says … he’s been found to be civilly liable, how could it do anything else but create a concern?” Senator Bill Cassidy (R-La.) told reporters when asked about the verdict.

When questioned if the decision should disqualify him from office, Cassidy said: “That’s up to voters, I’ll just say that — but think about it”.

“If she were your sister, what would you think?” added Cassidy, who voted to convict Trump over his role in inciting the January 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol. “It kind of speaks for itself. You feel for Miss. Carroll, a woman should not be assaulted, period, end of story, period”.

Senator Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), who has said in recent months that he plans to support Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) if he announces a presidential bid, called for a “unity” candidate in the party.

“The jury has spoken. And I know there’s a concern about, ‘what about our ticket’”, Rounds said. “I’m just looking for someone who will unite the party, and I think we’ll have several members who will unite the party and that’s what I’m waiting on”.

Trump maintained his innocence in an all-caps post on Truth Social shortly after the verdict was handed down.

“I have absolutely no idea who this woman is. This verdict is a disgrace – a continuation of the greatest witch hunt of all time”, Trump wrote.

Being someone who is not an American citizen or resident, we may not actually know whether those allegations brought against Donald Trump are “witch hunt”, we certainly can say – allegations brought against Hunter Biden – scandalous son of President Joe Biden are genuine and prolific. Still the US president is shamelessly trying to save his son and other members of his family – in fact his own fate as well. And this very gentleman is continuing to lecture the world about democracy, rule of law, transparency blah blah blah.

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