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National Archives Protects Biden’s Secret


This all seems so criminal.

In an even more suspicious turn of events, the National Archives is now saying that they will speak to President Biden’s Department of Justice before they share any information about the classified documents which were found in President Biden garage and personal office.

According to Newsmax, acting Archivist Debra Steidel Wall refused to tell Republican and House Oversight Chairman James Comer anything about Biden’s record and said, “DOJ has advised it will need to consult with the newly appointed Office of Special Counsel (SCO) in DOJ, to assess whether information can be released without interfering with the SCO’s investigation.”

This refusal to tell Republicans any details about Biden’s documents comes immediately after Comer ordered the National Archives to turn over all documents and communications between the agency, the White House, the DOJ, and Biden’s lawyers.


Comer responded by attacking the National Archives and wrote, “For months, NARA failed to disclose to Committee Republicans or the American public that President Biden — after serving as Vice President — stored highly classified documents in a closet at his personal office.”

Comer added, “NARA learned about these documents days before the 2022 midterm elections and did not alert the public that President Biden was potentially violating the law. Meanwhile, NARA instigated a public and unprecedented FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago — former President Trump’s home — to retrieve presidential records. NARA’s inconsistent treatment of recovering classified records held by former President Trump and President Biden raises questions about political bias at the agency.”

The double standard in Trump and Biden’s cases is astounding. More Americans than ever before are losing faith in the American justice system and its all President Biden and the Democrats’ fault.