t’s been weeks since the Biden classified documents scandal broke. In that time, Americans learned that Biden’s lawyers mysteriously ‘discovered’ them mere days before the 2022 midterm elections.
The classified documents were found in several stashes. The first were discovered in a “lock box” in a closet at the Penn Biden Center in Washington D.C. Another was found at Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware. Then another stash was found in his garage, apparently in boxes next to his beloved 1967 Corvette Stingray.
Biden’s classified documents had been shuffled out at the end of his vice presidency. One mystery woman, Kathy Chung, then a Biden aide, was questioned by law enforcement over her role moving the boxes of docs from the vice president’s office. Chung had so happened to have gotten her job from the recommendation of Hunter Biden. During her time at the VP’s office, she had given Hunter a “treasure trove” of phone numbers for the most famous and powerful people in the country. She also copied him on the Vice President’s “intelligence briefings.” She’s also a ‘ghost’ on the Internet.
The directors of the Penn Biden Center are a veritable who’s who of foreign policy influencers. The Penn Biden Center’s first managing director was none other than current Secretary of State Antony Blinken. He was succeeded in this role by White House counselor Steven Richetti. After him followed a managing director who gained prominence during the first Trump impeachment hearings: Dr. Michael Carpenter.
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