What a hack.
Democrat Representative Adam Schiff said Sunday that he would “reserve judgment” on Biden’s classified records scandal.
Joe Biden classified documents during his time as Obama’s vice president and improperly stored materials in his private office and Delaware home.
ABC’s “This Week” host John Karl said Biden’s lawyers found the first batch of classified documents on Nov. 2 — just days before the midterms but not until two months later.
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Biden never announced that the documents were found in his office and home.
The scandal was leaked to CBS News.
Joan asked Carl Schiff if Joe Biden should have come more and revealed the information earlier.
“I’m going to reserve judgment,” Schiff said, immediately jumping to Biden’s defense and snubbing Trump.
Joe Biden’s lawyers contacted the National Archives right away.
As Vice President, Joe Biden did not have the authority to take classified documents in the first place.
In addition, the materials are stored in top-secret files designated “Sensitive Section Information” (SCIF) at the Penn Biden Center in DC.
Biden stored classified documents in his garage next to his Corvette.
Adam Schiff defended Biden anyway.
Fortunately Speaker McCarthy removes Schiff from the House Intel Committee.
Asked whether the Biden White House should have been more forthcoming with information about the classified documents discovered, Rep. Adam Schiff says @John Carl: “I think the administration needs to answer that question. I’m going to reserve judgment until they do. https://t.co/ndQmL4Gr7U pic.twitter.com/2qD5HQtJ1v
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) January 15, 2023