After more than a year, Attorney General Merrick Garland has announced that the investigation into Joe Biden's mishandling of classified documents is over.
He further stated that he plans on releasing as much of the report as he can over the next few days.
Garland stated, “As I have made clear regarding each Special Counsel who has served since I have taken office, I am committed to making as much of the Special Counsel’s report public as possible, consistent with legal requirements and Department policy.”
And, just as we all knew, there will be no charges filed against Joe Biden.
This investigation was over before it began, as I pretty much nailed the outcome in my report about the investigation being launched.
I had stated that they would find that Biden had been sloppy in his handling of the documents, but they would find that he had no nefarious purpose behind it.
That, of course, is total nonsense, especially regarding the documents that were found at the Penn office, which were directly related to what that organization was doing.
Biden was far from transparent on the matter, with it only becoming public news when a media report hit months after the documents were “discovered” in Biden’s office and home.
Even then, details only dripped out, more or less being forced when something else was leaked.
Also, keep in mind here that Biden was only the vice president and did not have permission to take any documents, nor did he have the ability to declassify, so any reasonable person would assume this was a purposeful act.
But, in the world of “rules for thee, not for me,” Biden will not get so much as a rap on the knuckles for breaking the law… again.
Biden’s attorneys are currently reviewing the report and are expected to have that completed by the end of the week, at which point we would expect the White House to issue its statement on the matter.