Emails from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop show he listed his father’s Wilmington, Delaware, address as his own permanent residence for his credit card and Apple account in 2018 and 2019, respectively. In a background screening document from 2018, Hunter Biden also listed his father’s Delaware house as his own.
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) January 12, 2023
This same address is where Joe Biden stored classified documents from his vice presidential office. The president admitted he had kept the documents in his garage next to his Corvette, which happens to be the same Corvette Hunter Biden helped renovate in 2016.
Hunter DID HAVE ACCESS to the garage where President Biden stored his Corvette–and presumably classified docs.
Biden told @JayLeno in 2016 that Hunter "decided as a Christmas gift to have the engine rebuilt for me."
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) January 12, 2023
The Justice Department launched an investigation into Biden’s mishandling of classified documents this week after it was reported that the documents were found in the president’s Delaware garage and his Washington, D.C. thinktank, the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special prosecutor to oversee the matter. Republicans, however, said they are not going to wait for Biden’s own administration investigate Biden.
“The American people deserve transparency and accountability from our most-senior executive branch law enforcement officials,” a letter from the House Judiciary Committee reads.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who chairs the committee, said he is particularly concerned with why it took the DOJ so long to launch an investigation into the matter, considering the White House reportedly notified the DOJ of the classified documents last November.
“It is unclear when the Department first came to learn about the existence of these documents, and whether it actively concealed this information from the public on the eve of the 2022 elections,” Jordan wrote. “It is also unclear what interactions, if any, the Department had with President Biden or his representatives about his mishandling of classified material. The Department’s actions here appear to depart from how it acted in similar circumstances.”