G. McConway
January 12, 2023

Trump Appointee Named to Review Biden’s Classified Documents

I would love to have been a fly on the wall when Attorney Merrick Garland named U.S. Attorney John Lausch to review Biden’s classified documents.

Lausch is a Trump appointee working out of Chicago.

I have to admit, I was stunned when I heard his name mentioned by Garland, as I am sure Joe Biden was as well.


Garland tapped Lausch to lead the probe of 10 classified documents that were found in Joe Biden’s old University of Pennsylvania office.

The office was being cleaned out when attorneys found the documents.

Included in the documents were US intelligence memos and briefing materials on Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom.

And you better believe when the word Ukraine was mentioned, the entire GOPs ears started to twitch.

In fact, there are already calls for a special counsel to be named to put this on a level playing field with the Donald Trump investigation.

The papers that were found were reportedly among several boxes of papers that would fall under the Presidential Records Act of 1978, which Donald Trump has already been accused of violating.

The documents were reportedly discovered back in November, but it has not yet been made clear why this information is only now being made public. It is also unclear when Merrick Garland was informed that the documents were located in Biden’s office.

The key date that everyone is looking at here is the November 18 appointment of Jack Smith as special counsel in the Trump investigation.

If you recall, Joe Biden did a “60 Minutes” interview in September stating that it was “totally irresponsible” of Donald Trump to store classified documents at Mar-a-Lago. Yet, thus far, the media has accepted Joe Biden’s excuse that he has no idea how they got there.

Source: New York Post

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