FBI Director Christopher Wray may not be the most corrupt man in government, but he is definitely in the top two. Just months after Tara Reade made her accusations against Joe Biden, the FBI opened an investigation……………….into the victim. So much for #MeToo.
That reminds me of the priest that ran into the back of a car in the Lincoln tunnel from New Jersey to New York. As luck would have it, the investigating officer was Irish. He turned to the priest and asked him how fast the driver that backed into him was going.
The Department of Justice (headed by another totally corrupt government employee, Merrick Garland) issued a subpoena against Twitter to give them access to all of Reade’s pages. The DOJ asked Twitter to testify before a grand jury and to supply them with everything Reade ever wrote on Twitter on December 16, 2020. The subpoena shows that Twitter was asked to provide information on two of Reade’s Twitter accounts, including @ReadeAlexandra and @TaraMcCabe.
The requested information included the accounts’:
- Subscriber name;
- Records of session times and durations, to include attempted/failed/unauthenticated logins;
- Length of service (including start date) and types of service utilized;
- Telephone or instrument number or other subscriber number or identity, including any temporarily assigned network address; and
- Means and source of payment for such service (including any credit card or bank account number)
The DOJ, Twitter, and Perkins Coie, the law firm representing Twitter (Perkins Coie also represents Hillary Clinton and the DNC in the Russia collusion hoax started by the Hillary campaign) did not respond to the Daily Caller’s request for a statement.
“Other than coming forward about Joe Biden, there would be no reason for them to do that.”
The initial grand jury date was July 9 of 2020, but a lawyer representing Twitter, Hayden Schottlaender of Perkins Coie, spoke with Reade on Dec. 8 of 2020 to inform her of the subpoena, emails show.
Schottlaender told Reade over the phone that Twitter fought the subpoena in court and “then had to file a motion” to inform her it “was happening,” Reade told the Caller, saying that’s why it took months for the social media company to go forward with the subpoena.
Schottlaender asked her if she intends to file a motion to “quash” the subpoena, and said that Twitter otherwise intended “to comply.”
“To recap our conversations to date, I represent Twitter and have contacted you to inform you that Twitter received the attached subpoena from the United States Department of Justice, seeking data related to your Twitter account(s). The subpoena issues in a sealed proceeding,” Schottlaender wrote to Reade over email.
“As I mentioned, Twitter intends to comply with this subpoena on December 16, 2020, unless it receives notice from you that a motion to quash or otherwise invalidate this subpoena has been filed. If you do file any such motions, please send a copy directly to me at this email address. If, on the other hand, you have no concerns with Twitter producing the requested data, please similarly let me know,” Schottlaender added in his email to Reade.
Reade has alleged that Joe Biden pressed against a wall and ran his hand up under her skirt. Biden denies the charges. To prove her claims Reade has pointed out that several people close to her have said she told them about the alleged sexual assault.