When someone is running for President of the United States, you have to look at it as if they are being interviewed for the most important job in the world, because they are.
That being said, there are certain qualifications for every job no matter how great or how small the position might be. Hell, a ditch digger might not have as easy of a time getting a job preparing taxes as a certified accountant.
Added to that, someone that people have been talking about being a serial pervert probably shouldn’t be given the keys to the launch codes…
Now that Vice President Joe Biden is set to face off with President Trump in the 2020 election, critics are looking to break through his armor. That’s why the decades-old sexual assault allegation from Tara Reade is coming back into the media. Several prominent people in American politics have come into power despite sexual assault allegations against them, including Justice Bret Kavanaugh and President Trump – but now that these allegations are made against the primary hope of the Democratic Party, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn’t want to hear it.
On Thursday morning, a reported targeted Pelosi with a heated question. However, Pelosi did not let the reporter finish the question, as she cut the person off and turned it into another thing entirely.
“Well, let me just say, I respect your question, and I don’t need a lecture or a speech,” Pelosi said during a press briefing at the Capitol on Thursday. “I have complete respect for the Me Too movement. I have four daughters and one son, and there’s a lot of excitement around the idea that women will be heard and be listened to. There is also due process.”
Since this incident, Vice President Joe Biden has come forward and denied the sexual assault allegations of Tara Reade, saying they simply never happened.