2023-01-19 – Newest in on Biden classified documents – the U.S. Secret Service is prepared to offer the names of people who visited Biden’s Delaware home with one caveat. That being they will provide the names – if they are requested by Congress. This comes after the White House insisted there were no visitor logs. So how would Secret Serviced be able to provide visitor logs that do not exist? One thing after another, lie after lie, this whole situation is getting further out of hand.
According to Fox News:
While the White House has not kept a formal list, the Secret Service does collect information on guests with regular access to the home.
Retention of the names of those vetted by the Secret Service depends on a variety of factors, including proximity to the president and the nature of the background check.
“The Secret Service does not maintain visitor logs at the private residences of protectees,” said U.S. Secret Service chief of communications Anthony Guglielmi. “While the Secret Service does generate law enforcement and criminal justice information records for various individuals who may come into contact with Secret Service protected sites, we are not able to comment further as this speaks to the means and methods of our protective operations.”
Biden’s Reaction: Biden recently addressed this matter a couple times, as things came out. While at the North American Leaders Summit in Mexico City, according to Fox News, he stated “let me get rid of the easy one first … People know I take classified documents and classified information seriously. They [his personal attorneys] did what they should have done. They immediately called the [National Archives] … turned them over to the Archives, and I was briefed about this discovery and surprised to learn that there were any government records that were taken there to that office … but I don’t know what’s in the documents. My lawyers have not suggested I ask what documents they were.” Though regarding the documents that had been found at his home, Biden told Fox’s Peter Doocy that his “Corvette’s in a locked garage so it’s not like it’s sitting on the street.” Watch that clip below.
DOOCY: "Classified materials next to your Corvette? What were you thinking?!"
BIDEN: "My Corvette's in a locked garage so it's not like it's sitting on the street."
DOOCY: "So the material was in a locked garage?"
BIDEN: "Yes as well as my Corvette." pic.twitter.com/3bbCPNembL
— Danny De Urbina (@dannydeurbina) January 12, 2023
What were these Documents? The documents, which were from Biden’s time as Vice President, were discovered on November 2nd and now January 10th at the Penn Biden Center in an office Biden occupied during his time, between 2017-2019, as the Universities Benjamin Franklin Presidential Professor of the Practice at the University of Pennsylvania. The documents have been reported by CNN to be “Obama-Biden administration records,” with some of them being marked as top-secret with sensitive compartmented information. Then on Thursday January 12th, news broke more documents, of an unknown subject, were found at Biden’s Delaware home.
In addition: According to Fox, at least 10 senior Biden administration officials were hired to their positions, either current or former, after they had worked at the Penn Biden Center. And a few higher-up officials had ties to the center. “Spencer Boyer, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO policy, was a senior fellow; Jeffrey Prescott, the deputy to the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, was a strategic consultant; Ariana Berengaut, a senior adviser to the national security adviser, was a director; Michael Carpenter, the U.S. representative to the organization for security and cooperation in Europe, was a managing director; Juan Gonzalez, a special assistant to the president, was a senior fellow; and Carlyn Reichel, a special assistant to Biden and senior director for speech writing and strategic initiatives, was the director of communications at the Penn Biden Center. Brian McKeon was a senior director at the think tank and was the deputy secretary of state for management and resources until last month.“