An episode of “Larry King Live” which is said to include the Biden sexual assault accuser’s mother has gone missing.
While the details are limited both the timing and the location of the caller all match up with the accounts given by Biden’s accuser Tara Reade.
The existence of the video surfaced last week and has now gone missing from the archive of Larry King episodes.
According to The Daily Caller:
The CNN “Larry King Live” episode that apparently shows Tara Reade’s mother calling about her daughter’s alleged sexual assault doesn’t appear to be available on Google Play’s catalog.
The August 11, 1993 episode appears to show Reade’s mother calling in and asking King about her daughter having “problems” with “a prominent senator.” Reade publicly accused former Vice President Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her in the early 1990’s last month.
The episode was first reported with a transcript by The Intercept Friday. Media Research Center then unearthed CNN’s video of the segment and Reade confirmed that the voice was her mother’s.
King’s episodes typically appear to be shown in five-day chunks. For the week of August 9-13 in 1993, however, one day is missing – August 11, 1993. This is the episode where Reade says her mother called in to talk about the “problems” her daughter was having.
The Caller was directed to a CNN Exec’s tweets on the matter:
The listings on the Google Play site clearly state they are provided by Wikipedia. pic.twitter.com/VmbrvBnJLG
— Matt Dornic (@mdornic) April 26, 2020
CNN has been criticized for failing to uncover the evidence they were in possession of. However, the caller does not allude to a sexual assault but rather asks for advice for what a staffer can do in Washington other than take the issue to the press.