New evidence in the case against President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents as a Senator indicates the White House’s story may not be accurate.
“From the outset, many of us flagged problems with the account that had been given by Biden, who insisted that he had no knowledge or involvement in the removal or use of the documents.”
Evidence shows that the documents were repeatedly moved and divided up, with documents surfacing at Biden’s Penn Center office, his library, and even his garage.
Biden has claimed he had no knowledge of such documents, but evidence suggests he did.
“It appears that a critical claim by the White House in the scandal may not only be false but was knowingly false at the time it was made.”
Biden’s lawyers maintain he immediately notified authorities after classified documents were discovered, but that most likely was not true.
“The committee now alleges that the White House “omitted months of communications, planning, and coordinating among multiple White House officials, [Kathy] Chung, Penn Biden Center employees, and President Biden’s personal attorneys to retrieve the boxes containing classified materials. The timeline also omitted multiple visits from at least five White House employees, including Dana Remus, Anthony Bernal, Ashley Williams, Annie Tomasini, and an unknown staffer.”