The now-viral 1993 episode of CNN’s “Larry King Live” featuring an anonymous caller who was later confirmed to be the mother of Joe Biden accuser Tara Reade is no longer listed in Google Play’s catalog late Saturday.
J.L. Hamilton on Twitter shared a screenshot showing the Aug. 11, 1993, broadcast of “Larry King Live” is no longer listed in the season three catalog of the very iconic CNN talk show. Mysteriously, though, the Aug. 10 broadcast, which is listed as “Episode 154” is followed by the Aug. 12 broadcast, which is listed as “Episode 155,” suggesting that episode and the ones that follow could possibly be incorrectly listed and off by a number.
Milne News has also verified the Aug. 11 episode is in fact not listed on the streaming service. It is unclear when it was removed from the Google catalog.
CNN removed the August 11th, 1993 Larry King Episode from Google Play, the episode featuring a call from Tara Reade’s mother. CNN is actively colluding with the Biden campaign to cover up evidence of Biden’s sexual assault. pic.twitter.com/JqTcofIyqs— J. L. Hamilton (@absinthol) April 26, 2020
The resurfaced clip of “Larry King Live” from CNN in 1993 included the mother of Tara Reade — who has accused Joe Biden of past sexual assault while Biden served in the Senate — alluding to “problems” her daughter faced while working as a staffer for the then-U.S. senator from Delaware.
In a telephone interview with Fox News, Reade confirmed that her mother called into the show. Joe Biden’s presidential campaign has adamantly denied Reade’s allegations but the video may be cited as evidence supporting Reade’s allegation – even though her late mother, in the clip, does not specifically refer to a sexual assault claim.
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