Joe Biden’s blood went cold after being betrayed by this key ally

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The hour is late for Joe Biden. And his list of friends grows thin.

And Joe Biden’s blood went cold after being betrayed by this key ally.

Joe Biden and his family have been under fire for years ever since the Hunter Biden laptop story was revealed by the New York Post in 2020.

And in recent months, President Biden himself has been scrutinized for his possession of classified documents for decades.

While the media has tried to spin Biden’s breach of protocol as a “mistake” and point to his “cooperation” with authorities, one aid has blown up the whole narrative.

President Biden’s former aide refuted White House statements that confidential documents discovered at Biden’s post-vice presidency DC office this past November were in a “locked closet,” and disclosed the White House sought to discreetly collect the files, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said Tuesday.

Comer (R-Ky.) added in a statement that Chung, who sat for an interview with the panel, “provided startling information that undermines the Biden White House’s narrative on the matter.”

“Today we learned that when Joe Biden left the vice presidency, boxes containing classified documents, vice presidential records, and other items were stored in three different locations around the Washington, DC, area, including an office near the White House, an office in Chinatown, and eventually the Penn Biden Center,” the lawmaker said.

“At some point, the boxes containing classified materials were transported by personal vehicles to an office location,” Comer went on.

“The boxes were not in a ‘locked closet’ at the Penn Biden Center and remained accessible to Penn Biden employees as well as potentially others with access to the office space. We must determine who had access to these documents.”

The University of Pennsylvania established the Penn Biden Center when Biden stepped down as Vice President in 2017.

According to images available online, its offices at the foot of Capitol Hill had spectacular vistas and much of the office space was partitioned by glass walls.

Chung’s testimony, according to Comer, also disclosed a previously unreported detail: Then-White House Counsel Dana Remus attempted to recover documents from the Penn Biden Center office in May 2022, months before the president’s lawyers reportedly discovered the data in early November.

“This story does not begin in November 2022, as represented by President Biden’s attorney,” Comer said.

“In the coming days, the Oversight Committee will follow up with persons of interest in this investigation.”

Special counsel Robert Hur is already looking into whether Biden or anybody in his entourage improperly handled secret documents.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said, “we learned that when Joe Biden left the vice presidency, boxes containing classified documents, were stored in three different locations” including at the Penn Biden Center.

Even though Trump’s alleged mismanagement of documents was a key election topic following an Aug. 8 FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago club, the revelation was kept quiet just six days before the midterm elections.

Further classified materials were discovered in Biden’s Wilmington garage on December 20, followed by a succession of other finds at the property, including by the FBI, who also examined Biden’s Rehoboth Beach, Del., vacation home and left with written notes.

In September, Biden chastised Trump for keeping confidential documents at his Florida estate, which is guarded by the Secret Service – in contrast to Biden’s Wilmington home and Washington office following his vice presidency.

Some of the sensitive materials discovered by the FBI are said to date back to Biden’s time as a senator.

Biden has attempted to dismiss the incident, telling PBS on Feb. 8 that “the kind of things they picked up are things that — from 1974, stray papers.”

At times, Biden lamented the focus on his behavior.

“There is no there there,” Biden told reporters Jan. 19 during a trip to California.

During a news appearance in Mexico City on Jan. 10, Biden publicly acknowledged the finding of sensitive documents at the Penn Biden Center — but only after CBS broke the story the day before.

Biden did not mention a second cache of sensitive documents discovered in his Wilmington garage weeks earlier, giving the appearance that only one set of records existed.

On Jan. 12, Biden admitted that certain confidential data were discovered near to his classic Corvette in Wilmington, but he denied being careless with the nation’s secrets.

“My Corvette is in a locked garage, OK? So it’s not like they’re sitting out on the street,” he said at the time.

Doesn’t that make us all feel better?

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