G. McConway
January 14, 2023

White House Offers New Spin on Found Classified Documents

The White House is now taking the fan approach of explaining how classified documents wound up in Joe Biden’s Penn Biden Center office and home garage.

There is a new theory being floated.

This time, they want us to believe that the documents were “inadvertently misplaced” in a locked closet and garage.

The Fan Approach

If you are trying to figure out the fan approach, I was being delicate. This is when you throw as much sh** into the fan as you can to see what sticks to the wall.

I am sure that by now you have seen the news clips of Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA), who suggested that the documents may have been planted.

Since that did not go over too well, the White House is trying something else.

Richard Sauber, special counsel to the president, stated, “We are confident that a thorough review will show that these documents were inadvertently misplaced, and the President and his lawyers acted promptly upon discovery of this mistake.”

So, just to be clear, documents about Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom were “inadvertently” moved to an office about global relations that was, at least partly, funded by Chinese dark money where a slew of current Biden officials worked.

They were also “inadvertently” moved to Joe Biden’s garage and locked in the room with his Corvette.

Yes, that all seems accidental to me.

These people must truly believe we are all idiots if they expect us to believe this.

I can tell you this, however.

If the special counsel assigned to the case ultimately comes to that conclusion, we know the investigation was never on the up and up.

If Hur comes to that conclusion, we will know that he was appointed and given the resolution to the investigation by Garland right from the outset and honestly, Trump appointee or not, it would not surprise me one bit.

Source: The Hill

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