By
Ryan E.
|
January 15, 2023

Kathy Chung Questioned About Classified Biden Documents

Joe Biden isn't the only one who stinks in this whole classified document scandal.

His family and friends reek as well.

That's why many people close or formerly close to Biden are being questioned by law enforcement in regards to how Biden removed classified documents from where they were supposed to be on at least THREE different occasions.

The latest to be questioned is Kathy Chung, Joe Biden's former executive assistant. Chung currently serves as deputy director of protocol for Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

Chung has been questioned in regards to her role in packing up then-Vice PResident Joe Biden's documents in January of 2017.

Kathy Chung is a person of interest because she was brought in contact with Joe by none other than Hunter Biden, who asked his father if Kathy could have the job.

According to emails from Hunter Biden's laptop, Hunter called Chung to offer her a role replacing Michele Smith working for Joe Biden sometime prior to May 14, 2012. That's the day Chung responded to Hunter:

"Thanks for calling and thinking of me. After the initial shock of taking in what you said…how could I pass up an opportunity to work for the Vice President of the United State!!!! I do have a few questions. What is Michelle’s primary job? I think I know what the job would entail, minus the scheduling part, which is a huge part of what I do now. But what would be my top 3 – 5 responsibilities be in the office? Do you know the salary? Again, thanks for thinking of me."

I'm not saying Chung is guilty of doing anything wrong. I'm saying she entered the Vice President's team via a favor from Hunter Biden. That alone is suspicious enough.

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