**Biden in Hot Water: Why No Special Counsel After Admitting to Possessing a Classified Document Since 1974?**
Joe Biden finds himself in a tight spot, admitting back in February that he has been illegally holding on to a classified document from 1974 at his home. Meanwhile, President Trump faces investigation for handling classified documents during his time in office. How is it that despite Biden’s confession, the media is silent and no special counsel is yet at his doorstep?
The Biden DOJ’s ongoing investigation into Trump’s handling of classified documents only magnifies the glaring difference in legal treatment between these two political figures. It is common knowledge that the US President can declassify any document as per their executive authority, but the same privilege does not extend to senators and vice presidents, leaving Biden in a precarious position.
This disparity was brought to light when Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appeared on Newsmax with Carl Higbie, discussing the deep state assault on Trump. Gaetz argued that the controversial Jack Smith witch hunt shows a clear weaponization of the justice system, driving an unfair narrative against Trump. He pointed out that other presidents have had classified documents at their homes without scrutiny, while Biden himself has had a classified document at his residence for decades.
At the core of this contrasting legal treatment lies one crucial fact: Trump’s continuous victories and potential re-election. Gaetz believes that Trump’s ongoing success is the force driving these attacks on him, with opponents seeking to bring him down and prevent a resurgence of the prosperity he once brought to the country.
**It’s Time for Fairness and Transparency: Let’s See Some Equal Legal Treatment for Biden and Trump**
The revelation of Biden’s illegal possession of classified information demands immediate attention and a thorough investigation by the same legal system that continues to doggedly pursue Trump. The American