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Anti-Kavanaugh Women’s March commends Joe Biden for ‘addressing this issue head-on’


Less than two years ago, the Women’s March led the charge against then-Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh with its “Believe Survivors” protests, but the feminist group took an entirely different tone Friday with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden.

The Women’s March issued an upbeat statement shortly after the former vice president appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to deny former Senate staffer Tara Reade’s allegation of sexual assault.

“We are glad to see @JoeBiden take a step in addressing this issue head-on,” tweeted the Women’s March. “This is what is necessary to create a culture where survivors can come forward without fear of reprisal. We’ve come a long way on this, but still have a long way to go.”

SEE ALSO: Joe Biden denies allegation of sexual assault: ‘This never happened’

The left-wing feminist group also released a statement saying it was important to treat sexual assault survivors with respect and “take their allegations seriously” without mentioning Ms. Reade by name.

The Women’s March did address the 2020 election, saying that Mr. Biden’s appearance would help the Democratic Party’s chances.

“To those concerned about what this means for the election: By addressing these allegations, we

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