CNN Uses Dem Rep Cover For The Biden Crime Family's Pre-Midterm Secret
It's becoming increasingly clear that the Biden administration has something to hide. Reports now emerging that Biden's own lawyers failed to disclose the discovery of several classified documents—some of which related to Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom—until after the midterm elections, in a move that many suspect is an intentional cover-up.
CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins asked Democratic New Jersey Rep. Mikie Sherrill if she thought it was concerning the Biden administration hid the discovery of classified documents from President Biden's tenure as vice president until after the midterm elections. Sherrill said it was a “huge concern” to see “classified documents not behind handled correctly” but argued the situation was being handled differently from the case involving former President Donald Trump and the raid on Mar-a-Lago for documents.
However, the two cases may not be so different after all. Vince Coglianese, Daily Caller Editorial Director and WMAL host, pointed out that the government may have purposely kept the story hidden until after the midterms because then “the damage of such a revelation is gone.”
It's not hard to see why the Biden administration would want to keep this under wraps. After all, the timing of the discovery was suspicious, coming just six days before the midterm elections. The White House has yet to comment on the matter.
The American people deserve to have answers. It's not enough for the Biden administration to just say "trust us" and move on. The public needs to know if Biden was aware of these documents, and if not, why not? What was the purpose of hiding them until after the midterm elections? And what steps is the Biden administration taking to ensure that this never happens again?
On a side note, the White House needs a better record-keeping system. Biden was able to hold on to these records for how many years without raising concerns? Either US archives were fully aware that Biden was holding top-secret documents and didn't care or they're all terrible at their jobs.