Adriana Cohen: Biden sexual assault allegations get little attention from Democrats and their media allies

Establishment media and the Democratic Party’s conspicuous lack of interest in sexual harassment and assault allegations made by a former Senate staffer against former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, speaks volumes.
It tells us how dangerously politicized sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement has become.
We’re seeing this unfold before our eyes as U.S. senators such as Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.

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David Limbaugh: Coronavirus — Trump-hating liberal media unable to see even anything outside a partisan lens

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The liberal media are urging former Vice President Joe Biden to form a shadow government to upstage President Trump’s crisis response effort, which illustrates its consuming partisanship — and its insufficient attention to the health and welfare of the American people.
MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle floated the idea during an interview with former Barack Obama staffer Jim Messina.

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Tim Graham: Biden sex assault allegations vs. Kavanaugh charges – liberal media’s hypocrisy on display

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Almost three weeks after Tara Reade went on the record with her sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden, The New York Times and The Washington Post have issued their own investigative reports on her.
Reade briefly worked for then-Sen. Biden on Capitol Hill from 1992 to 1993. She claimed Biden penetrated her with his fingers. There were no eyewitnesses. You couldn’t build a case in court with this.

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Ben Shapiro: Coronavirus reopening — How should we view the risks?

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As our national lockdown drags on, Americans seem less and less inclined to move swiftly toward societal reopening. Perhaps that’s due to the consistent media focus on the risks of reopening.
Perhaps that’s also due to the psychological comfort of the status quo: When we’ve been made to feel safe in our home, it’s difficult to leave it.

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