Media SILENT as Biden ADMITS How Many Pages of Documents Were Really Found in his Possession

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It seems like the mainstream media has gone silent once again when it comes to reporting on the latest developments surrounding documents found in Joe Biden’s home and former office. Recently, it was revealed that over a thousand pages of Biden documents were found at a think tank. While it’s undoubtedly concerning that so many documents were discovered, what’s even more alarming is that the media has barely reported on this story. 

There are more than 1,100 pages of vice presidential records in President Joe Biden’s former office at a Washington think tank, the Biden administration admitted this week.

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from America First Legal, a group founded by Stephen Miller from the Trump administration, was denied by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in full for approximately 1,170 pages from Penn Biden Center.

A March 29 letter from NARA blamed the rejection on the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Hur into whether Biden handled classified government documents illegally. Stephannie Oriabure, Director of Archival Operations Division, signed the letter, which explains the sheer number of pages investigators will likely examine.

In the days before the 2022 election, Biden’s team said they discovered about 10 classified records while clearing out Biden’s D.C. office. Since then, the FBI and Biden’s lawyers have searched Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, and his beach house in Rehoboth, Delaware, which have turned up more evidence of interest to investigators. In addition, NARA informed Congress that its staff had obtained nine boxes of materials that had been moved from the Penn Biden Center to a lawyer’s office in Boston.

Under the Presidential Records Act, NARA is responsible for taking custody of presidential and vice presidential records at the end of an administration. A lack of physical custody of certain records or Hur’s inquiry prevented the agency from providing any other new information in response to America First Legal’s FOIA request for vice presidential records.

Some of the documents uncovered go back to Biden’s time as a U.S. senator, beyond the scope of the FOIA request. In late January, CBS News reported that 25 to 30 classified documents had been found since November.

Attorneys for Biden and the White House have insisted they are cooperating with the National Archives and Justice Department. There are still frustrations in Congress about the lack of transparency of the Biden administration, even among Democrats. 

On this issue, Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), chairman of the Intelligence Committee, gave the Biden administration an “absolute failing grade” on this front.

In today’s society, it’s essential for the media to report on all relevant issues, regardless of how they may reflect on those in positions of power. The fact that more than 1,100 pages of Biden documents were found at a think tank is a concerning development that merits more attention. As voters, we deserve to know what’s in these documents and how they may impact our perception of the President. It’s time for the mainstream media to start doing their job and engaging in honest, unbiased reporting. The American people deserve nothing less.

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