The White House continues to play games with the American people in regard to the classified documents that were being kept at Biden's home and office.
Because the White House refuses to release any visitor logs for Biden's home, questions are now being asked about visitors.
The obvious question is how many people would have had access to those garage files.
Sadly, the White House is refusing to address the question.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre continues to hide behind the phrase "ongoing investigation."
Now that Attorney General Merrick Garland has assigned a special counsel to investigate the case, we should probably not expect an answer from her on this subject anytime soon.
She also declined to answer any question as to whether "there was a third stop between a secure location and the garage."
I still cannot get over the fact that Biden, who slammed Trump for having documents at his Mar-a-Lago location, was keeping classified documents in his garage with his Corvette.
Garland, as noted above, has appointed special counsel Robert Hur, a Trump appointee, to oversee the investigation.
He stated, "Earlier today, I signed an order appointing Robert Hur a special counsel for the matter I have just described.
"The document authorizes him to investigate whether any person or entity violated the law in connection with this matter.
"The special counsel will not be subject to the day-to-day supervision of any official of the department, but he must comply with the regulations, procedures and policies of the department."
Even with this being a Trump appointee, my hopes are not exactly high that we will get an honest investigation. I would wager that Hur was given his orders for an outcome along with the assignment.
The good news for Trump is that the chances of him being indicted have significantly decreased due to Joe Biden's blunder.
Source: Fox News