Biden’s Documents Scandal Much Worse Than Expected

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – The federal probe looking into the classified documents found in President Joe Biden’s and examining possible mishandling of those documents have expanded their investigation to include Biden’s time in the U.S. Senate.

Special counsel Robert Hur’s office has been conducting interviews for the past nine months with many senior advisers and executive assistants to White House attorneys. According to many sources close to the investigation, there have been approximately 100 witnesses that have already been interviewed, with some of them even requested to attend follow-up sessions.

While investigators have thus far found that during Biden’s time serving as Vice President, there were some instances of carelessness, and it was most likely that the classified documents he kept after leaving the White House in 2017 had been a simple mistake rather than a criminal act, there has not yet been a final decision made in the ongoing investigation.

Hur has previously stated that the investigation was impartial and fair, and has continued to quietly operate his investigation since his appointment in January. This is in contrast to the investigation of Special Jack Smith, which has made frequent appearances in the media.

Sources have noted that Hur has so far gathered evidence from the Obama administration’s early days to see what information the vice president had received on highly sensitive matters. The investigators have also been trying to determine the context behind certain email exchanges that date as far back as 2010. Investigators have also been trying to understand Biden’s system for processing classified documents as well as the way those were stored and handled.

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