By
Ryan E.
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January 14, 2023

Special Counsel Assigned To Investigate Biden Documents

Joe Biden just got some seriously bad news, and it looks like things could be getting worse for him.

By now, everyone in America has heard of his tremendous blunders in regards to removing classified documents from sensitive locations on at least three different occassions.

But on January 12, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced an investigation into Joe Biden.

Garland started by appointing a special counsel to investigate the president after classified documents were found from his time as vice president in Barack Obama's administration.

It's also been revealed that Joe Biden took files he wasn't supposed to from his time in the Senate.

Sticky fingers with the documents Joe.

"I concluded that under the special counsel regulations, it was in the public interest to appoint a special counsel," Garland said while announcing U.S. attorney from Maryland Robert Hur was going to be investigating the matter. "Mr. Hurr has a long and distinguished career as a prosecutor, I will ensure that Mr. Hur receives all the resources he needs to conduct his work."

Garland thinks that the Special Counsel is necessary because the place where Joe's forbidden documents were found "was not authorized for the storage of classified documents."

Joe Biden certainly has a lot to answer for, especially after the way he talked about Donald Trump when Donald was accused of doing something similar.

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