October 11, 2023

Special Counsel Interviews Joe Biden in Classified Documents Probe

It has taken a few months, but the Special Counsel tasked with investigating Joe Biden's mishandling of classified documents has finally gotten around to talking to Joe.

This explains why Joe Biden was still in DC this weekend as well as why he had disappeared out of sight.

Spokesperson Ian Sams stated, "The voluntary interview was conducted at the White House over two days, Sunday and Monday, and concluded Monday."

More Lies

So, something that nobody is picking up on this yet is what we were told Joe Biden was doing on Monday.

When they called a lid on Monday, the White House never mentioned that Joe was being interviewed.

This was clearly why that happened, so we were lied to again, which should not be too surprising to anyone who is reading this.

Sams added, "As we have said from the beginning, the President and the White House are cooperating with this investigation, and as it has been appropriate, we have provided relevant updates publicly, being as transparent as we can consistent with protecting and preserving the integrity of the investigation."

We need to be realistic about what is going to happen here.

When this investigation is over, even though Joe Biden was the VP and had no right to declassify material or remove it from the White House, he is going to get off scot-free here.

I would bet just about anything the conclusion by the Special Counsel will be that they found no purposeful or nefarious intent, just that Joe Biden was being sloppy in handling classified information.

Mind you, Robert Malley, Biden's former Special Envoy to Iran was relieved of his duties for that same thing and we are now finding out that he may be tied to a spy ring, but it is okay if Joe did it.


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