Joe Biden and his Democrat criminal family are under unprecedented scrutiny, and it is unlikely that anybody – even the corporate media – will be able to spare him from what is soon to be revealed to the public as a result of this secret document disaster. This is in no way comparable to the allegations against Donald J. Trump, and the specifics that are emerging illustrate conclusively that Americans are subject to an unlawful two-tiered system of justice.
Due to the multiple investigations into Biden’s activities and Hunter’s laptop, investigators know what to look for to construct their case; nevertheless, they do not appear to be as eager in investigating Biden for actual evidence as they are in punishing Trump with fabricated proof.
According to a writer who has closely covered this topic, however, Biden exhibits symptoms of recognizing that time may be running short.
“An astonishing fifth trove of classified documents was discovered in the president’s Delaware mansion Friday, not by his own lawyers this time, but during a more thorough, 13-hour search by the Department of Justice while he holed up in his beach house in Rehoboth, which ought to be next on the DOJ search list,” Miranda Divine reported for the New York Post about what is coming out of this newest Biden scandal, adding harsh details:
“Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland has had the audacity to appoint a special counsel to investigate Biden. His long-term trusted factotum Ron Klain is bailing out.”
Devine went on:
And someone at the White House is throwing his trusted longtime executive assistant Kathy Chung under the bus. The Washington Post quoted an anonymous insider last week saying that Chung “has confided to associates that she is distressed that she might have inadvertently been involved in moving or storing classified material at the center, planting the seeds of the current uproar.” The fact that the loyal Chung was personally poached by Hunter Biden in 2012 to work for his father in the VP’s office apparently counts for nothing when it comes to offloading blame from the president.
That’s why Biden looked like a cornered rat in California last week (with aspiring heir Gavin Newsom leering over his shoulder) and lied through his teeth.
First, he snapped at a reporter who asked about the scandal and then dismissed the question as “a handful of documents were filed in the wrong place.”
Then he effectively issued a warning to Garland.
“I think you’re gonna find there’s nothing there,” he told reporters. “I have no regrets … There’s no there there.”
Is no there there? What a joke.
Devine argued that Garland’s inaction in light of FBI whistleblowers and Hunter Biden’s laptop leaks appears to be “a cover-up of staggering proportions.”
How long will he be able to hold out with Democrats pushing back and the public fully aware of what is happening?
“The first tranche of at least 10 classified documents reportedly was found in the fall at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement at the University of Pennsylvania and were kept secret by the White House until after the midterm elections. They were dated between 2013 and 2016 and included US intelligence memos and briefing materials on Ukraine, Iran and the United Kingdom, according to CNN,” she added.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Citing the long-running Delaware federal investigation into his son’s foreign business dealings, she smacks Biden again with allegations of Biden’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party, saying that the investigation exposed the most “frenetic influence-peddling activity overseas by his son Hunter and brother Jim Biden, who made millions of dollars from shady interests in Ukraine, China, Russia and elsewhere.” CONTINUE READING…