Has Biden Been Keeping Classified Docs for 50 Years? Watch

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President Joe Biden just fumbled again in a new interview with PBS’s Judy Woodruff. It’s no wonder his handlers limit this one on one opportunities.

He’s facing some tough criticism for the way he handled the Chinese spy balloon and that is on top of his growing classified document scandal.

After Biden did his usual blaming of other people, he nonchalantly shared a very troubling fact about his classified documents.

After blaming the FBI for not cleaning out his office very well, he said this: “And to the best of my knowledge, the kinds of things they picked up were things that were from 1974 and stray papers,” Biden said. “There may be something else, I don’t know.”


How in the world does he have documents from 1974 in his possession? This is from the time when he was in the Senate where they are required to view such documents in a SCIF and are not allowed to remove any classified documents.

And does this mean that this has been going on for all those years with Joe?

It is entirely legitimate to ask how many people could have seen those documents over such a long period.

It’s not just documented for a long time ago either, much more recent documents have been found including from when he was vice president. There have also been documents found regarding Ukraine.

And with the scandal now covering his Senate career through his vice presidency, it’s impossible to blame the crew that cleaned up his office.

Somebody on Biden’s team must have realized that he was in troubled waters and he tried to backtrack by saying he did not want to prejudice the investigation.

Woodruff said: ”You said just possessing classified documents is ‘totally irresponsible’? So, what was totally irresponsible about the fact that you had some?”
Biden responded, “They’ve informed me not to speak to this issue”