After Jill Biden claimed that “all books” belong in libraries, a good Samaritan lent a helping hand by calling the library system of Washington, DC, and requesting that they order, and stock on their shelves, a book written by Tara Reade, the former Capitol Hill staffer who credibly accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, only to be ignored and attacked by Biden and his allies, including those in corporate media. Reade’s book offers a detailed account of her alleged sexual assault at the hands of then-Senator Joe Biden and the character assasination campaign that followed her speaking up.
“All books should be in the library,” Jill Biden said in a 2022 Today Show interview, when asked for her take on widespread parental objection to filling school libraries with pro-gay, pro-trans books that often feature graphic depictions of gay rape and gay sex.
“All books,” Jill Biden re-iterated. “This is America. We don’t ban books.”
Now, thanks to Matt Lamb, the Associate Editor of The College Fix, Jill Biden’s wish is a step closer to coming true in her Washington, DC backyard, as DC public libraries have confirmed that Tara Reade’s book, Left Out: When the Truth Doesn’t Fit In, will be stocked on library shelves and available to library patrons.
“I was able to find [Left Out] listed in one of our vendor’s ordering databases, so [I] have placed an order for this title,” a DC library staffer told Lamb, confirming that the book will be available in DC libraries.
The book chronicles Reade’s life and the aftermath of her alleged victimization at the hands of Joe Biden.
According to Reade herself, in 1993, then-US Senator from Delaware Joe Biden pushed her up against a wall and kissed her while he put his hand up her skirt. Reade alleges that Biden penetrated her with his fingers while he asked her “Do you want to go somewhere else?”
When she resisted, and declined his advances, Reade has recounted that Biden said “Come on, man, I heard you liked me.”
When she broke free of his grasp, Reade says that Biden told her “You’re nothing to me, nothing.”
“Thanks to my advocacy, all D.C. residents can soon read about this book, just two years after the initial publication,” says Matt Lamb, the man who’s gotten Tara Reade’s Left Out stocked on DC library shelves.