No one is taking the fall for Biden’s blunder.
In a surprising turn of events, it now looks like the National Archives is refusing to take the fall for President Biden’s documents scandal and is saying that they did not mishandle documents from the Obama-Biden administration.
They went on to say that reports about them mishandling any documents were simply “false and misleading” weeks before the first set of classified documents were found in President Biden’s Penn Biden Center.
According to Fox, on October 11th the National Archives responded to questions about classified documents even before Biden’s docs were found and they noted that all documents from Obama’s presidency were “securely moved” to locations that adhered to “strict archival and security standards.”
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) openly admitted, “Reports that indicate or imply that those Presidential records were in the possession of the former Presidents or their representatives, after they left office, or that the records were housed in substandard conditions, are false and misleading.”
NARA then refused to answer when asked if they thought President Biden’s garage was secure location that met their “strict archival and security standards.”
What’s even funnier is that these bombshell statements were made nearly three weeks before the classified documents were even found in Biden’s possession. This means that President Biden can’t even make the National Archives his fall guy even if he tried to.
Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed special counsel U.S. Attorney Robert Hur to oversee this major lapse in National Security.