Author of Cosby book: #MeToo lost credibility by not supporting Biden's accuser

The author of a popular book on the Bill Cosby sexual assault case says the Me Too movement lost stature by failing to defend Tara Reade last year when the media attacked her for her sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden.

"I think the Me Too movement suffered a huge credibility gap when they threw the Joe Biden accuser, Tara Reade, under the bus last year and wouldn't support her," Nicole Egan, author of "Chasing Cosby" told the John Solomon Reports podcast on Thursday. "What happened to 'Believe all women'? They did not support her, they threw her under the bus. The media went after her with all they had. I was reading the coverage, and I was shocked."

The Me Too movement began when sexual assault allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein were made public in 2017.


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