Top Secret Corvette Security
Top Secret Corvette Security
UPDATED: As long as there is a classic Corvette in one’s garage, any government documents stored there are super secure folks. Even those that are classified or Top Secret!
Yessiree bub. We shouldn’t be worrying about all the places these documents have been since January 2017. Nope. We shouldn’t be worried about the information contained in those documents either. Moreover, we shouldn’t be worried about how many people traipsed through Biden’s house or had access to the documents at the Penn Center, which is now facing additional questions.
The America First Legal Foundation, led by former Trump White House official Stephen Miller, submitted an IRS Form 13909 complaint asking tax authorities to look into whether the center illicitly paid Biden and others for no work, among other possible violations.
“As fiscal sponsor, the University of Pennsylvania (‘Penn’) was obligated to conduct appropriate oversight of the Penn Biden Center’s activities,” the filing says. “This obligation included … preventing prohibited private benefits (e.g. ‘no show’ jobs), prohibited campaign intervention activities, unlawful political lobbying, and illegal influence peddling.”
Meanwhile, where is Joe Biden this weekend? Why, he’s hanging out at his Delaware home. Yes, THAT home with all its fabulous Corvette security!
“Like a car, only better.” That slogan for Corvette sold a lot of cars, but, until last week, it was never used with regard to classified documents. President Joe Biden responded to a question Thursday from Fox’s Peter Doocy about the disclosure of additional classified documents found in his garage next to his corvette at his home in Delaware. The president responded “My Corvette is in a locked garage, OK? So, it’s not like they’re sitting out on the street.”
Yet, that is essentially what was going on! They weren’t secured, and they were moved multiple times. Yet, we are supposed to buy into the fact that the Biden docs issue isn’t the same as the Trump Mar-A-Lago document issue because REASONS. Said reasons also include running a ‘but Hillary!’ defense??
Based on what we know now, Biden’s sloppy retention of a smattering of classified documents looks more like former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s inadvertent retention of classified material on a private email server than former President Donald Trump’s stubborn refusal to return hundreds of classified documents to the DOJ despite repeated demands from federal officials.
Yeah, no. Sell that crap elsewhere. As we’ve written on multiple occasions, Hillary PURPOSEFULLY had not one but two servers in her homes. She ran multiple email accounts even while Secretary of State (which had major national security implications) and used Bleach Bit and hammers to wipe her Blackberries clean of any incriminating evidence. There was not one damned inadvertent thing about Hillary’s mis-dealings of Top Secret and classified information.
MORE: Between the DC and Delaware locations, the total number of known docs marked classified is roughly 20.— Ed O'Keefe (@edokeefe) January 13, 2023
Is that all? Are we sure that’s all? This information has been sent out in little dribbles and drabs over this last week. Joe’s insistence on his Corvette security is laughable yet concerning. Karine Jean-Pierre’s refusal to take questions that might make Grandpa Joe look bad only makes the situation worse.
How many people have wandered in and out of that Delaware home since early 2018?? How many people have visited Joe and his Corvette since he became President? If, as Jonathan Turley notes, Biden had those documents while working on his book, the inadvertent Corvette security defense goes right out the window.
The now-52-year-old began listing the Wilmington home as his address following his 2017 divorce from ex-wife Kathleen Buhle — even falsely claiming he owned the property on a July 2018 background check form as part of a rental application.
Hunter also listed the home as the billing address for his personal credit card and Apple account in 2018 and 2019, respectively, Fox News Digital reported Friday after reviewing emails from his abandoned laptop.
Yes, that Corvette security is sure loose as a goose! But hey, at least the Corvette was keeping guard given that there were multiple occasions prior to 2018 where the security system for the house was turned OFF because it was faulty. Was it upgraded after that or are there still issues?
Oh wait, we aren’t allowed to ask THOSE questions either!
LEMON: "Misleading statements created…impression…Biden's team had something to hide…Doesn't sound that much different than the former President.— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 13, 2023
SEN. SCHUMER: "Let's see what they have to say."
LEMON: "You seem much more measured about THIS than with the Trump Documents." pic.twitter.com/hU00kC97HC
How DARE they practice journalism and question ‘The Big Guy?!’
"is it frustrating that some potential light treason has distracted from all the wondrous things you have accomplished?" https://t.co/gATNF96UrP— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) January 13, 2023
Given Schumer’s response to the questions, somehow I think we’ve only scratched the surface of Joe’s Corvette security and Classified/Top Secret documents.
UPDATE: Evidently Biden needs to rethink his Corvette security strategy.
The president’s attorneys announced the find on Saturday, stating that they found five additional pages that were marked classified inside his home on Thursday evening.
It brings the total to six classified documents to have been found at Biden’s home in Delaware, as the first one was found in the garage. It also brings the grand total of classified documents from Biden’s days as vice president up to two dozen.
Biden’s personal attorneys, who do NOT have security clearances were running the search? This just gets better and better doesn’t it?
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