There is new evidence on the sensitive documents in Joe Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center, and the bombshell could potentially affect more than just Joe Biden.
A private attorney who was shutting out an office in the Penn Biden Center at the University of Pennsylvania discovered the records. Why are they shutting the office in November 2022 if Biden has not worked for Penn since he launched his presidential campaign?
The attorney observed a manila packet labeled “personal,” opened the package, and discovered secret information therein. The lawyer closed the package and phoned NARA, the person claimed. A source informed ABC that the package contained 10 secret papers, including intelligence memos and briefing materials pertaining to Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom, with dates ranging from 2013 to 2016. The secret materials were found in three or four crates that also contained unclassified files.
Most of the boxes in the office were documents connected to personal Biden family items, such Beau Biden’s burial preparations, according to the source.
Notice what the source doesn’t state if the papers were safeguarded in any way.
How safe was it, given that it occurred in a public building and in Biden’s former office, where he has probably not been for some time? Biden has just stated he was unaware of their presence. If we are to trust him, he admits that he had no idea how secret materials ended up in his office or how they were obtained. What else could he possibly have in all of his residences and offices? Who may have accessed the documents?
Since Biden founded the think tank in 2018, at least ten top Biden administration officials have worked at the Penn Biden Center, including Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Colin Kahl, and White House advisor Steven Richetti. Blinken and Richetti both served as managing directors of the Center, while Kahl was a strategic consultant.
Spencer Boyer, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO policy, was a senior fellow. Jeffrey Prescott, the deputy to the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, was a strategic consultant. Ariana Berengaut, the senior adviser to the national security adviser, was a director. Michael Carpenter, the U.S. representative to the organization for security and cooperation in Europe, was a managing director.
Prior to last month, Brian McKeon was a senior director at the think tank and the deputy secretary of state for management and resources.
In addition, as previously mentioned, the National Legal and Policy Center, a government watchdog organization, filed a complaint with the Department of Justice in October 2020 regarding the lack of transparency of the Center’s funding and raising many questions about the millions of dollars in Chinese donations to the University of Pennsylvania.
James Comer (R-KY), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, has requested that the White House give over all records and correspondence pertaining to the classified material by January 24.