Tuesday, January 31, 2023
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REPORT: DOJ, White House Conspired to Hide Document Scandal from Public

'Early on, Biden’s attorneys and Justice Department investigators both thought they had a shared understanding about keeping the matter quiet...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) President Joe Biden and his administration conspired with Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Department of Justice to hide Biden’s document scandal from the public, Breitbart reported.

Despite their repeated claims that they would be transparent, both the White House and the DOJ both failed to report the initial discovery, just days prior to the Nov. 8 midterm election, until it was leaked to media in early January.

Both also flat-out refused to release a second load of classified documents after they were found at Biden’s home.

Things are so bad for Biden that even the far-left Washington Post, admitted that there was an agreement to hide the truth.

“Early on, Biden’s attorneys and Justice Department investigators both thought they had a shared understanding about keeping the matter quiet,” the Post noted, alluding to the second bundle of classified documents discovered at the Biden residence.

“White House officials confirmed the scoop, but since the investigation was ongoing, they decided not to offer any additional details—including the critical information that a second batch of documents had been discovered at Biden’s home.”

Of course, the Biden administration has repeatedly promised transparency as the investigation ensues, with White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre leading the way.

“There was transparency in doing what you’re supposed to do when these items were discovered,” she lied during a Jan. 12 press conference.

When asked about the ongoing investigation earlier this week, Jean-Pierre stuttered through a non-answer, then announced that she would never address the topic.

“I’m just going to continue to be prudent here. I’m going to let this ongoing review that is happening—this legal process that is happening—let that process continue under the special counsel. We’re not—I’m not—going to comment from here,” she said.

“Look, guys, you guys can ask me this 100 times, 200 times, if you wish. I’m going to keep saying the same thing,” she added. “I hear your question. It’s been asked. It’s been answered. It’s been noted.”

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