A special counsel investigation into President Biden's illegal storage of classified documents continues...
"Amid a special counsel investigation into the storage of classified documents, The New York Times heralded Joe Biden's 'decades-long reputation for integrity and honesty' compared to former President Donald Trump, while omitting the current president's lengthy history of plagiarism and fabrications," reported JustTheNews.
Classified documents collected during Biden's tenure as vice president were found in Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware and at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C.
Biden Cover Up
"Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed Special Counsel Robert Hur to investigate possible mishandling of the classified material," reported JustTheNews.
"White House officials say Mr. Biden draws on a decades-long reputation for integrity and honesty while Mr. Trump is seen by many as having lied frequently throughout his tenure in office," the New York Times reported.
"68 Days of Silence: Why the White House Stayed Mum on Classified Documents," the New York Times headline reads.
"Still, current and former White House officials said Mr. Biden's aides focused too much on making that comparison and not enough on ensuring that all the relevant facts were revealed all at once," according to the New York Times.
"Biden made 78 misleading claims during his first 100 days in the Oval Office," according to the Washington Post. "Over that time period, two Biden statements earned a 'Four Pinocchio' rating from the Post, meaning they were complete whoppers."
"The Post also labeled a Biden claim with a 'Three Pinocchio' rating as a 'Bottomless Pinocchio,' which is a statement that 'had earned a Three or Four Pinocchios rating and been repeated at least 20 times,'" reports JustTheNews.
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