Well, well, well, it looks like the Secret Service has had a sudden change of heart and done an “about face” over Joe Biden’s Delaware house, where a stash of classified documents were housed for at least 6 years. At first, when the GOP demanded the visitor logs for everyone who had come and gone on the property, the Secret Service claimed they didn’t keep records. Really? You expect us to believe that? Well, apparently they realized nobody actually believed that nonsense, and suddenly, they magically found information on visitors to Biden’s Delaware house…They must’ve got a call from Obama telling them to release the info…
It’s time to take Grandpa Joe out.
The New York Post reported that three days makes a big difference, apparently…
The Secret Service admitted Thursday that it does, in fact, have information on visitors to President Biden’s Wilmington, Del., residence during the time he kept classified records in the home’s garage.
Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi claimed Monday that “we don’t independently maintain our own visitor logs because it’s a private residence.”
But Guglielmi’s tune had changed Thursday, when he said that “the Secret Service does generate law enforcement and criminal justice information records for various individuals who may come into contact with Secret Service protected sites.”
Meanwhile, Fox News quoted an unnamed source as promising that “the Secret Service is prepared to provide available background information on vetted guests to Biden’s residence if requested by Congress.”
The agency’s initial statement that it had no information to provide to journalists or members of Congress caused an uproar, with Republican lawmakers floating subpoenas for Biden’s family members and staff to plug the gaps in documentation.
“There are several avenues to obtain information on who had access to classified documents at the Wilmington residence,” a spokesman for the House Oversight Committee told The Post, “and the Oversight Committee will pursue those avenues.”
Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, which also is looking into the controversy, had said Monday afternoon that if no records existed, “we’ll have to seek it through testimony with family members or those who have been at the residence.”
Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) and other GOP leaders in Congress had demanded Delaware visitor logs last week as the classified documents scandal grew.
The Secret Service claimed in April that “no records were located” showing logs of Biden’s Delaware visitors in response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by The Post. In late September, the Secret Service denied a FOIA appeal, telling The Post again that “no responsive records” were found after an “additional search of relevant program offices.”
On Oct. 10, The Post filed a more broadly worded FOIA request asking the Secret Service for “[e]mails that refer to visitors to President Biden’s residences” during his time in office. The agency has not yet provided a substantive reply, with a Secret Service FOIA staffer telling The Post Tuesday that “your request is currently being processed.”
And the guy who claims to have so much respect for “classified docs” now says he has “no regrets” regarding his classified docs scandal, where he had top-secret docs stored in a box next to his car, where is crackhead son lived.
Jill and the other nursemaids should probably tape Joe Biden’s mouth shut at this point.
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