According to a report by Fox News, Joe and Hunter Biden were seen entering the president’s Delaware residence just four days before classified documents were found in his home.
The revelation was made during an episode of “The Five” when Fox News host Dana Perino said Fox received word that Hunter Biden was in the Delaware home just four days before classified documents were found.
“And we have this other information that Hunter was [at the home] just four days before,” Perino said.
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This is the most recent eyebrow raising moment surrounding the growing classified document scandal.
What did Joe and Hunter Biden know and when did they know it?
It seems that the Department of Justice is covering for the Biden family as the refused to monitor Biden’s personal attorney’s as they searched through his home. We also reported earlier today how Federal agents ditched a “302” summary letter when interviewing the Biden attorneys.
CNN sources have revealed that Patrick Moore, a lawyer who initially discovered classified materials while packing up an office for former think tank of Biden, was interviewed by a team led by U.S. Attorney John Lausch during the initial review of the President’s handling of documents. The report stated that the absence of a “302” form to document the interview highlights the informal nature of the inquiry at the time.
Are we witnessing a cover up?
According to a different report, the Department of Justice (DOJ) opted out from sending FBI agents to President Joe Biden’s Delaware home where classified documents were found.
The DOJ decided to look the other way as Biden’s personal attorneys searched the home for top secret documents.
“The Justice Department considered having FBI agents monitor a search by President Biden’s lawyers for classified documents at his homes but decided against it, both to avoid complicating later stages of the investigation and because Mr. Biden’s attorneys had quickly turned over a first batch and were cooperating, according to people familiar with the matter,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
The report is shocking to say the least considering sensitive information was found in Biden’s home and instead of taking the situation seriously, the Department of Justice looked the other way, leaving Biden’s lawyers to use their own judgement with the classified documents.
The Department of Justice doesn’t seem to serious at getting to the bottom of what is going on with the Biden family.
On Tuesday, the Biden White House was hit with an ethics complaint over the ongoing classified document scandal. Government watchdog, Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT) filed a complaint with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
“The American public will not tolerate a two-tiered system of justice – with well-connected insiders subject to a lower standard of scrutiny than the normal citizen,” PPT director Mike Chamberlain said to Fox News.
“President Biden promised the most ethical and transparent administration in history,” Chamberlain said. “If the White House compounded a scandal involving possible mishandling of classified documents by improperly using taxpayer resources for his personal benefit and putting White House attorneys in positions that created conflicts of interest, we could be witnessing a serious betrayal of the public’s already-plummeting trust.”
“It also creates the spectre of possible obstruction of a congressional investigation, depending on the legal basis for the intervention and any future privileges claimed by the White House on this escalating scandal,” he continued.
PTT claims that “taxpayer resources may have been inappropriately used by senior White House lawyers, including Special Counsel to the President Richard Sauber, to personally benefit Joe Biden.”
“We further believe that the apparent representation of Mr. Biden by the White House Counsel’s Office in this matter creates an untenable conflict of interest for that office,” the complaint stated.
“The result, intended or not, could be to reduce transparency into the mishandling of state secrets and foreclose disclosure of communications between White House Counsel staff while acting on behalf of Joe Biden in his capacity as a citizen facing the prospect of criminal prosecution,” it added.