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Drip, Drip, Drip: Even More Classified Documents Found At Biden Residence Than Previously Disclosed

Drip, Drip, Drip: Even More Classified Documents Found At Biden Residence Than Previously Disclosed

“a total of six pages of classified documents were found during a search of Biden’s private library. The White House had said previously that only a single page was found there.”

Classified documents were found at Joe Biden’s U Penn office, then in two places at his residence, including the garage and a single document in his home office.

Now there is another batch just disclosed, found in the home office. AP reports;

Lawyers for President Joe Biden found more classified documents at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, than previously known, the White House acknowledged Saturday.

White House lawyer Richard Sauber said in a statement that a total of six pages of classified documents were found during a search of Biden’s private library. The White House had said previously that only a single page was found there.

The latest disclosure is in addition to the discovery of documents found in December in Biden’s garage and in November at his former offices at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, from his time as vice president.

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More from Wall Street Journal, this was a new discovery on Thursday, but was only disclosed today:

In a statement Saturday, Richard Sauber, special counsel to the president, said he accompanied Justice Department officials to Wilmington on Thursday to retrieve the initial document from the residence—and during that process “five additional pages with classification markings” were found among the material, bringing the total to six pages discovered this week.

Seems to make the case for a search warrant of Biden’s residence in Delaware and any other place he frequented and stored material. Even Biden’s lawyers are having trouble finding all the classified material. A team of federal agents should take charge and conduct a sweep.

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Comments

E Howard Hunt | January 14, 2023 at 1:34 pm

Corn Pop was a bad dude.

    Corn Pop was a Fig Newton of Joe’s imagination. The only thing real was the day he saw Corn Pop was the day it became clear he was suffering from Alzheimers.

      Corn Pop is turning out to be the leader of Red China who has Biden on a string. And Obama knew about it all along and did nothing, because the destruction of America cooincided with his own warped interests. So did Clinton. So did John Kerry. So did Mark Miley. So did Schumer and Pelosi. So did McConnell (who is also on a Chicom short leash).

    henrybowman in reply to E Howard Hunt. | January 14, 2023 at 4:14 pm

    Corn Pop used to mug Joe on his way to school for his lunch money and the nuclear launch codes.

    Peter Doocy reveals the question he would have asked in Friday’s White House briefing if Karine Jean-Pierre hadn’t skipped over him:

    “Why is President Biden going to Wilmington today, isn’t that a potential crime scene?”

    — Spencer Brown (@itsSpencerBrown) January 13, 2023

That is likely pure deception. According to other sources, none of his personal attorneys have current security clearances, so when they find a classified document, they immediately cease searching and notify DOJ. So any one of these “discoveries” could involve many documents, not just one.

Still waiting for the FBI armed raid and the snark from the National Archives.

    alaskabob in reply to NavyMustang. | January 14, 2023 at 1:46 pm

    They already have blamed the Archives….

    henrybowman in reply to NavyMustang. | January 14, 2023 at 5:39 pm

    Babylon Bee today: “WASHINGTON, DC — After multiple caches of highly classified government documents were found in different locations belonging to President Joe Biden, the United States Department of Justice acted swiftly to indict former President Donald Trump for the alleged crime.”

What was more disturbing to me than the documents was Joe’s inability to finish a single sentence earlier this week when he addressed the batch found in his garage. This man should not be seen conversing on the airwaves. We have a compromised President, in more ways than one, and he needs to be hidden from view. What an embarrassment.

Drip. Drip. Drip. The most transparent administration ever. The only thing that is transparent is that Joe is not going to run for re-election. He’s not even going to shuffle. According to Kamala Harris, he is preparing to shuffle out the door.

Impeach, impeach, impeach. Hold him to the same standards with same consequences they imposed on President Trump.

Hm. Wonder what the odds are for a quiet resignation, a blanket pardon from President Harris, and Hillary being brought in as VP. (a decision as dumb as bringing a timber rattlesnake into your house from the snow so it can warm up)

    Eagle1 in reply to georgfelis. | January 14, 2023 at 3:28 pm

    Appointment of a new Vice President requires majority approval of each house of Congress. Darn, that would be fun.

      The Gentle Grizzly in reply to Eagle1. | January 14, 2023 at 6:47 pm

      How many of the Republicans would knuckle under?

      Another Voice in reply to Eagle1. | January 15, 2023 at 12:20 am

      Should Harris be put in the position as POTUS, how much damage can she do and how long would it be allowed to continue. Her track record of working well with others is not very good being she in less than 2 years has replaced 12 (fired) of her V.P. Staff Aides. As it stands should that happen our new Republican Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy will be her “right hand man”. Question is how long would that last to carry Harris through the final months of the remaining term. Should she even survive the first weeks or months? I do not see McCarthy taking any kind of “fall” for her.

        Another Voice in reply to Another Voice. | January 15, 2023 at 12:29 am

        Amendment Required: MY Bad!
        As it stands should that happen our new Republican Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy will be her “right hand man”.

        “Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress,” Section 2 of the amendment explains.

        Though I stand by the rest of the post…How long would that last?

How nice of our government to grant lenience and courtesy to old Joe as he “does the right thing” (acc to press) and discloses and returns these documents, which makes it TOTALLY DIFFERENT LIKE DUH HOW CAN YOU EVEN COMPARE THE TWO???

Meanwhile, the rest of us not under the spell want to know what’s hiding with the documents and other items Dems won’t disclose and will never be grabbed by a raid because the dog (FBI) won’t bite the hand that feeds.

Trusting Democratic lawyers. Why not give them immunity and let them sit in on additional questioning? Deja vu all over again.

Next we will hear that Classified Documents were in the magazine rack next to the toilet in the upstairs bathroom which was secured by a lock on the door.

In my version of the story the Rehoboth Beach PD issues an “amber alert for an elderly gentleman last seen leaving Double Dippers with a cone of tutti fruity. He was seen wearing chinos, a blue short sleeved polo shirt and Bausch and Lomb aviator sunglasses. Answers to just about any name …”.

Joe will never be seen again and will attain near Amelia Earhart status. Every year on the anniversary of his disappearance the news will pay tribute and play “M.T.A.” by the Kingston Trio (in reference to his legendary million miles riding the rails of Amtrak and his possibly never returning).

More lies from the lying pedophile, no real news here.

These documents have all the classic earmarks of a Russian disinformation operation.

Professor Jacobson studied in Russia.

How is it permissible to have White House lawyer Richard Sauber continue to search for classified documents in Biden’s office and homes?

Where is the FBI?

Why is he and the other WH attorneys still conducting their own search and investigation on matters of national security and intelligence when they have no security clearances of any kind?

Is this a criminal case or yet another extreme example of double standards?

The choreography of these “discoveries” is incredible.

Next thing you know, they will discover illegal aliens coming across the southern border.

An interesting thing is that a case can be made that docs in a box in the garage are what happens when you move – stuff ends up all over the place and sometimes you do not see it for years, if ever. Something found in a library seems entirely different.

    The problem with that is the first excuse they used was the documents were used by Biden to prepare a book, but I don’t think that excuse lasted long before being zipped back inside the tent for surgery.

    The absolute easiest way for Biden to skate on this is for Obama to say he was aware of the documents taken by Biden and had declassified them during his term. That isn’t going to happen because that is exactly what Trump claims, and to free Biden in this way frees their most hated enemy. They’ll see Biden burn before Trump even gets warm.

      DaveGinOly in reply to georgfelis. | January 15, 2023 at 11:45 pm

      That and although Obama was liar-in-chief, I don’t think he’ll lie to cover for Joe. I don’t think he likes him well enough for that.

RepublicanRJL | January 15, 2023 at 6:54 am

Former Kansas AG Phil Kline has a spin on why Special Councel Hur has been chosen and given a very narrow scope of examination.

It cannot further than the documents and not the ‘why’ they are in Biden’s possession.

Trump’s special counsel can look at the w’s of why, when, where and why.

Biden document problem was probably known before Maralago raid. Just as Russia hoax was constructed to counter Hilary server problem

How did these lawyers know where to look, and why did they start looking in the first place? Why is the media not covering for Democrats like they always do and refuse to report these revelations? Something does not add up here.

    Pepsi_Freak in reply to randian. | January 16, 2023 at 11:27 am

    It’s the old “attorney-client privilege” dodge. If you ask the lawyers why they were looking there and what they were looking for, they’ll say “attorney work product” and “we can’t tell you what we were told or by whom because of attorney-client privilege”.

    You see, if the search were done by an administrative clerk or a moving company employee, they’d have to answer a lot of prying questions, but lawyers can avoid all that unpleasantness by uttering the magic words.