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MAR-A-LAGO RAID: Team Biden Weaponized Trump Docs AFTER His Own Docs Problem Came To Light

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Of course, you will be ‘shocked’ to learn this, but there’s a problem with the Joe Biden documents timeline — his administration has been lying to the American people.

One of the dirty tricks the Dems used to minimize the effect of the expected ‘Red Wave’ election that was predicted in 2022 was by painting Donald Trump (and by extention, the GOP) as criminally compromised and unworthy of governing.

They initiated a very public raid on the Mar-A-Lago and gave wall-to-wall coverage of how Trump was still Orange Man Bad and possibly selling out our most sensitive national secrets.

Only after the election were we told that Joe Biden ALSO had some problems with the ownership of classified documents. Republicans raged that Trump’s explicit Constitutional rights as President took precedence over the Presidential Records act that was being leveraged against him.

After some pressing, we learned that this problem became evident slightly BEFORE the 2022 election. (But miraculously, there was never any mention of it in the news!) The right, obviously, saw this as yet another example of election interference from law enforcement.

Little did we know just how badly we were being lied to.

The Joe Biden documents drama came to light LONG before Biden’s White House pushed the DOJ to criminalize the Donald Trump documents case. One might even wonder if deflection and distraction from Biden’s own problems was the precise reason it suddenly became so urgent for them to elevate what would normally have been a civil dispute into a criminal inquiry.

The direct involvement of the White House in the Mar-A-Lago matter has been traced back to at least April of 2022, possibly as early as February.

“The evidence further suggests that Biden officials in the Executive Office of the President and the Department of Justice unlawfully abused their power and then lied about it to the American people,” said Reed D. Rubinstein, America First Legal senior counselor and director of oversight and investigations, in a post on social media Tuesday. “This government, it seems, acknowledges no limits on its power to harass, intimidate, and silence its political opponents.”
Rubinstein’s comments come after a Freedom of Information Act request by America First Legal found the FBI initially obtained access to Trump records through a “special access request” from the Biden White House.
[…] Records show that John Laster, “the Archives’ official responsible for administering all access requests for Presidential records,” was involved in the request despite the Archives’ previously claiming it had “not been involved in the DOJ investigation.”
“On October 25, 2022, Acting Archivist Wall wrote to then-Ranking Members James Comer and Jim Jordan, claiming ‘NARA received the 15 boxes from President Trump on January 18, 2022, and then discovered that they contained classified national security information. Shortly after the discovery, NARA consulted with its Office of Inspector General (OIG), which operates independently of NARA. As DOJ has disclosed publicly in court filings, NARA’s OIG subsequently referred the matter to DOJ on February 9, 2022,’” America First Legal wrote.
According to America First Legal, the special access statute “authorizes special access requests to an incumbent president only when the records in question are needed for ‘the conduct of current business’ of the White House.”
“Providing documents to the DOJ for purposes of a criminal investigation is not the ‘current business’ of the White House,” the organization said. — FoxNews

It is important to keep THAT timeline in mind as we see what the Oversight Committee has been sharing with us about the true nature of the Joe Biden documents timeline.

Chair Comer’s full text from the tweet (included below):

We have discovered new information about the number of White House employees involved in President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents.

President Biden’s attorney stated that the discovery of classified documents at Penn Biden Center occurred on November 2, 2022.

Our Committee has developed evidence showing the timeline of relevant events began in 2021 and involved at least five White House employees.

President Biden and his legal team omitted months of communications, planning, and coordinating among multiple White House officials, a former VP staffer, Penn Biden Center employees, and President Biden’s personal attorneys to retrieve the boxes containing classified materials.

There is no reasonable explanation as to why this many White House employees and lawyers were so concerned with retrieving boxes they reportedly believed contained only personal documents and materials.

is demanding answers from White House Counsel Edward Siskel👇

If that wasn’t already sketchy enough, let’s add another wrinkle:

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., pressed the White House earlier this week on an “incomplete and misleading” timeline he said that they provided his committee with regard to who had searched through the papers at the Washington, D.C., office for the president’s think tank, the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.

Annie Tomasini, a senior Biden aide, had inspected the classified documents on March 18, 2021, two months after Biden had taken office and nearly 20 months before they were said to be found, Comer’s letter said, citing a letter from a Penn Biden Center employee.

“President Biden’s team has misled the American people about the series of events related to his mishandling of classified documents,” Comer told Fox News Digital. “Biden’s team told the American people that documents were unexpectedly found in November 2022, but now we know a White House official and close friend of Hunter Biden was tasked with taking inventory of President Biden’s documents and materials in March 2021.” — FoxNews (emphasis added)

Did that say March of 2021!? As in just ONE month after Biden took office… and wasn’t it also just about the same time that Biden was asking for an update on the progress in the investigation into Hunter Biden?

Wasn’t Trump’s team still in talks about complying with the records request until the Administration made a decision to escalate to a criminal complaint in MAY of ’22?

Well, at least Joe Biden can definitely assure us there is absolutely no way anyone could infer ANY connection between these classified government documents and the allegations that Hunter was leveraging his dad’s position for financial gain, right?

Hold on. Let’s go back and take a closer look at that first paragraph in the FoxNews story we just cited above…

A top aide to President Biden who has close ties to Hunter Biden, even referring to him as a “brother” in emails, was the first person to “take inventory” of Biden’s documents and materials at his think tank, according to a new timeline released by the House Oversight Committee.

There’s a lot to unpack.

It apparently took five FIVE White House staffers to handle Biden’s ‘problematic’ classified document situation.

Suspiciously, this happened LONG before the official day we have been told that classified documents were first ‘discovered’ to be at the Penn Center in November of ’22.

A timeline in the letter reveals that at least “five White House employees, including Dana Remus, Anthony Bernal, Ashley Williams, Annie Tomasini, and an unknown staffer,” in addition to Kathy Chung, a top aide to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, made multiple visits to the Penn Biden Center and were involved with the retrieval of boxes of documents and materials ahead of early November 2022, which was when Biden’s personal attorneys “unexpectedly discovered Obama-Biden documents” in a locked closet at the Biden think tank.

Questions are being raised about the need for a WH counsel’s experience to be wasted on doing office grunt work like the shuffling of boxes… unless they already knew there was a problem they needed to hide.

After all, Trump has some really strong arguments for why he — as President — has every right to have classified papers in his possession.

The fact that one of those five staffers was a VERY close friend of Hunter’s — whose emails with him ended with an abbreviation for ‘love you’, called him ‘brother’ and referred to him as ‘Hunt’ in at least one email.

The article outlines similar close ties to Hunter with other of those same five staffers.

Surely that’s just a ‘coincidence’… right? What other possible explanation could there be?

We’ll just have to pour ourselves a cup of Joe and ponder the possibilities.

We might even use one of our own exclusive mugs to help get the juices flowing.

Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck