Another Batch Of Classified Documents Discovered In Joe Biden’s Garage

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Joe Biden may gave a bit of egg on his face after a second set of classified documents were discovered in a personal garage that housed his 1967 Corvette Stingray. The documents were discovered among a stack of papers next to his car with an additional classified document reportedly discovered in an adjacent room.

The classified material came to light during a review of Biden’s personal residence, conducted by his lawyers, after a set of classified documents had already been discovered hidden amongst Biden’s personal documents at a previous office location.


Keep in mind that this comes on the heels of Joe Biden criticizing President Donald Trump for his handling of classified documents. In Trump’s case, the National Archives was aware of what documents he had, the FBI had taken a tour of the residence to examine how the documents were stored, and the documents themselves were on a secure compound complete with an armed security force, round the clock surveillance, and multiple locks on the room where the documents were stored.

That did not stop the Biden administration from conducting an FBI raid on Trump’s compound and posting images of the documents laid out on the ground as if it were some sort of major drug sting operation. What do you suppose the chances are of the FBI performing a similar raid on Biden’s compound now that they know the former Vice President has been caught, twice now, mismanaging confidential documents?

We can already tell you there is a zero chance of this happening. The FBI has been weaponized to go after political enemies of the Democrat Party and it is seemingly no longer within their job description to enforce the laws equally.

After all, during the 2016 presidential election, it had come to light that Hillary Clinton had a secret server hidden in a bathroom within her personal mansion. This information came about as a result of the investigation into the terrorist attack in Benghazi in which four Americans lost their lives.  A congressional subpoena was issued to discover exactly what was on that secret bathroom server. Three weeks after the subpoena was issued, Hillary had hired an independent firm to bleach bit the information on the server so that it was deleted forever. This was a very sophisticated and very expensive method of ensuring nobody, including the congressional body that issued the subpoena, would ever find out what she had hidden on the server.

Afterwards, Hillary claimed that she had only deleted stuff that was not pertinent to the investigation including information on Chelsea’s wedding and Yoga classes.

When the husband of Hillary’s chief aid, Anthoney Wiener, was involved with engaging in sexual acts with a minor, a probe into his laptop found copies of some of these deleted emails and it turned out that these were classified and confidential State secrets.

Rather than raiding her compound, as they did with Donald Trump, the FBI “invited” Hillary Clinton in for an unrecorded conversation about her server. The agency also allowed Hillary’s former Chief of Staff, Cheryl Mills, to sit in on the discussion.

If you remember, it was Loretta Lynch who was supposed to have decided whether or not to prosecute Hillary Clinton, but she recused herself after a local reporter caught wind of a secret meeting between the former Attorney General and Hillary’s husband, Bill Clinton. According to the former president and the AG, the meeting, where the Secret Service was ordered to stand outside the plane, was simply to discuss golf and the grandkids. Lynch then said she would defer to the FBI to make the decision whether or not to prosecute Hillary.

In the end, the FBI made the decision that Hillary should not be prosecuted. Former FBI Director James Comey said that no reasonable prosecutor would take the case and that there was no evidence of intent. Apparently, deleting 30,000 subpoenaed emails with an expensive and sophisticated method and lying about what was on the server is not evidence of trying to hide anything.

All of this is to say that, when it comes to the FBI handling people who are accused of mishandling classified documents, it makes a big difference whether there is a “D” or an “R” after your name when it comes to how the FBI will treat you. When it is a Democrat in question, we will see “invitations” for a conversation to be had while, if it is a Republican in question, we will see early morning raids while refusing to show the warrants to attorneys and demanding that all witnesses leave the premises so that the FBI can poke around. Don’t forget to tip off the corporate media about the raids so that you can get those great photos of the cops pouring all over your political enemys’ residence. We still have not had confirmation as to whether or not the agency was digging around in Melania Trump’s underwear drawer, but that is a discussion for another time.

When Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked Biden about the classified documents found sitting next to his car, Joe Biden testily said,

“My Corvette is in a locked garage, OK? So it’s not like they’re sitting out on the street.”

It is also interesting to note that Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, had been living at the Biden residence where the classified documents were stored and that Hunter Biden is, based on the multiple felonies he has recorded himself committing on various abandoned laptops, a very sketchy character.

What do you think? Do you think the FBI would ever hold Joe Biden to the same standard or treat Joe Biden the same way that they treated Donald Trump, or do you think this is yet another example of, “Rules for thee, but not for me.”

Andrew, political analysist of “Don’t Walk, Run Productions,” has a great breakdown on the events surrounding Joe Biden’s classified documents scandal. You can check it out below:

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