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DOJ Officially Lets Biden Off The Hook


This screams corruption!

The Department of Justice special counsel Robert K. Hur’s office is reportedly not planning to press charges against Joe Biden for mishandling classified documents during his tenure as vice president. WOW!

According to two unidentified sources who spoke to CNN, Hur and his team are in the process of conducting a comprehensive review that criticizes the current president for his handling of classified materials. The anticipated completion date for the report is by the end of the year, but it is not expected to result in referrals for charges.

According to Newsmax, the files in question were discovered at Biden’s residence in Greenville, Delaware, and his office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C. The Wall Street Journal, citing anonymous sources, was the first to report earlier in the day that charges against Biden were unlikely as the investigation concludes.


This development comes as former President Donald Trump faces charges for mishandling classified files at his Mar-a-Lago residence in South Florida. Trump, along with his legal team and supporters, has criticized the Department of Justice for targeting him while seemingly overlooking Biden’s alleged infractions.

While Biden criticized Trump for mishandling classified documents, Representative James Comer, R-Ky., chair of the House Oversight Committee, accused Biden of hypocrisy, stating that Biden was well aware of possessing classified documents himself. Comer expressed concerns about transparency and the perception of a two-tiered system of justice in America.

Biden’s legal team reportedly discovered approximately 10 classified documents from the Obama-Biden administration in a locked closet at the Penn Biden Center office in Washington, D.C. The National Archives was subsequently alerted, and the documents were voluntarily handed over.

In a separate development, a federal judge recently denied a request from Trump’s legal team to delay the pretrial hearing scheduled for May 14 and the trial start date on May 20, as reported by NBC News.