G. McConway
September 29, 2022

Emails Show Biden Worried About Sensitive Nature of Senate Papers

We are finally starting to discover why Joe Biden did not have his Senate papers released during the election.

It turns out, there are some things in there that he did not want anyone to see.

Biden was reportedly concerned about the "political sensitivities" that could be used against him during an election.

What Is He Hiding?

Katherine Oyama, who was serving as Biden's associate counsel and later deputy counsel, had emailed Eric Schwerin, one of Hunter Biden's business partners, about the records.

She wanted some "flags" in the Senate papers to be reviewed.

She wrote, "As you can see, the terms contained in the current draft are very favorable to the University.

"Cynthia [Hogan] also asked me to note that due to the political sensitivities associated with any public release of the Vice President's Senate papers, both the Office of the Vice President and the White House will have strong views on some of these items, especially those related to the timing and scope of any public release."

Cynthia Hogan was serving as Biden's counsel at the time.

Some of the key sections that she wanted to be reviewed included, "Property ownership," "Timing of archival processing and public release," "Opportunity for review prior to release," and "Scope."

They had also requested that archival staff that reviewed the documents sign non-disclosure agreements.

Now, I don't know about you, but this all sounds pretty shady to me in terms of the information in Biden's Senate papers.

If you recall, when former Biden staffer Tara Reade made her sexual assault allegations against Biden, he pushed back against personnel files being included in his Senate papers and refused access.

At the time, he stated, "There's a lot of things that of speeches I've made, positions I've taken, interviews that I did overseas with people, all of those things relating to my job.

"And the idea that they would be made public and the fact while I was running for public office, they could be really taken out of context."

"The papers are position papers, they are documents that existed and that for example when I go, when I met with Putin or when I met with whomever.

"And all of that to be fodder in a campaign at this time."

The papers are supposedly being held by archives and will not be released until two years after Joe Biden has left public office.

Something tells me that argument is no longer going to hold water.

Do you think Biden's papers should be accessed and reviewed now?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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