Here is the two-tiered ‘justice’ system at work.
The National Archives responded to House Oversight Chairman James Comer’s request for information related to Biden’s documents scandal.
Joe Biden stored top-secret files with the “sensitive compartmented information” (SCIF) designation at Penn Biden Center in DC.
Government officials discovered more classified documents at Joe Biden’s Delaware home – in the garage next to his Corvette.
Rep. Comer last week requested:
1. All documents retrieved from President Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center
2. All internal documents and communications regarding the documents retrieved from President Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center
3. A list of all people who had access to President Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center
4. All documents and communications related to the handling of the classified material by President Biden’s personal lawyers — including but not limited to their security clearance status
5. All documents and communications between or among the White House and the Department of Justice or NARA [National Archives and Records Administration] regarding the documents retrieved from President Biden’s personal office at the Penn Biden Center
.@CBS_Herridge Has the National Archives responded to your request for records?@JamesComer None. No, we haven’t even, we’ve requested a briefing as well. A simple briefing. I have not heard back from the National Archives. pic.twitter.com/wQ2FTIlYzx
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) January 14, 2023
The National Archives FINALLY responded to Rep. Comer on Tuesday night and said it has to consult with the Justice Department before sharing any information on the Biden documents scandal.
“DOJ has advised it will need to consult with the newly appointed Office of Special Counsel (SCO) in DOJ, to assess whether information can be released without interfering with the SCO’s investigation,” Archivist Debra Steidel Wall wrote in the letter sent Tuesday night.
Ms. Wall lashed out at Republicans for accusing the National Archives of treating Biden’s document scandal differently than Trump.
Trump lawfully stored presidential records at Mar-a-Lago while Biden stole the classified documents and improperly stored them in his garage.
“Our action and responses with respect to both of these matters have been entirely consistent and without any political bias,” Wall wrote.
“NARA receives only the Presidential and Vice Presidential records that the departing administration provides us; we are never able to know whether we have ‘all’ such records,” Wall said.
Debra Wall also absurdly claimed the National Archives “played absolutely no role in the FBI’s August 2022” raid of Mar-a-Lago.
The National Archives was DIRECTLY involved in the raid and instigated the criminal investigation into Trump’s handling of the documents according to a memo obtained by John Solomon.
The Justice Department is also covering up Biden’s crimes.
The Justice Department actually decided against having FBI agents monitor a search by Joe Biden’s personal lawyers for classified documents.
Joe Biden’s personal lawyers do not have security clearances yet they were allowed to rummage through Joe Biden’s boxes of documents in search of top secret materials.
Biden’s White House Counsel was then allowed to facilitate the handing over of the documents to the DOJ.
Rather than machine gun-toting FBI agents descending on Biden’s Delaware homes, the Justice Department and Biden’s lawyers came to an agreement on how the searches would be conducted.
“[The] two sides agreed that Mr. Biden’s personal attorneys would inspect the homes, notify the Justice Department as soon as they identified any other potentially classified records, and arrange for law-enforcement authorities to take them.” – The Wall Street Journal reported.
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