(GoRealNewsNow.com) – UPDATE: As it turns out, Biden was correct to be scared of this as the report proved devastating when it comes to, once again, proving Biden is not mentally fit for the job of president.
The 2024 re-election campaign for Joe Biden is feeling anxious about an upcoming Justice Department report that could bring to light some troubling facts.
On January 12, 2023 Merrick Garland the Attorney General named Robert Hur as special counsel to investigate how Biden managed classified documents.
This move came after the FBI conducted searches at Biden’s properties in Washington, DC, and Delaware to retrieve these sensitive documents.
Now more than a year later, it looks like Hur’s team will soon release their final findings on this investigation. According to Axios, there’s worry in the Biden camp that the report will have info and photos that could make the president’s campaign for re-election tougher.
Lawyers found at least a dozen classified files at his Penn Biden Center think tank office in DC on November 2. These files had information related to countries like the United Kingdom, Ukraine, and Iran.
More intelligence documents were found later in December at Biden’s home in Wilmington in the library and garage and between November 2022 and February 2023 the FBI searched Biden’s office and another house in Rehoboth Beach finding more classified documents in Wilmington.
Photos on Hunter Biden’s laptop show he had access to these files. One photo taken on July 30, 2017, the same day he sent a threatening text to a Chinese business contact, shows the files next to his dad’s 1967 Corvette Stingray. Another photo from earlier that year labeled “Important Doc’s [sic] + Photos” though it’s not clear what was inside. Joe Biden probably used some of these materials while working on his 2017 memoir “Promise Me, Dad.”
At 81, Biden has downplayed the issue, calling it a matter of “stray papers” and saying everything was locked up securely. He has stated he’s “cooperating” with Hur’s investigation. Both he and his son Hunter have been interviewed as part of this probe which has talked to over 100 witnesses.
House Republicans are looking into whether Joe Biden misused his position as vice president or gained personally from Hunter’s deals with foreign companies. The House Oversight Committee plans to interview Hunter and Joe’s brother James later this month for more insight into their foreign business deals which supposedly brought in over $17 million for the Biden family and their close associates during and just after Joe’s vice presidency.
Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump faces his own legal troubles for keeping classified materials at his Mar-a-Lago estate after his presidency ended in January 2021. Special counsel Jack Smith charged Trump with 40 counts related to holding onto US intelligence files and trying to hide them from the Justice Department and FBI. Some of these documents were marked “Top Secret.”
Federal agents had to search Trump’s Florida home on August 8, 2022, finding 102 classified documents not given voluntarily. Photos from the indictment show these documents stored in various parts of the house including a ballroom and a bathroom.