The Biden administration is attempting to keep visitors’ records of President Joe Biden’s Delaware homes hidden from the public.
The U.S. Secret Service has refused to turn over emails identifying visitors in response to a Freedom of Information Act filed, citing a federal appeals court ruling in New York regarding visitor information for former President Donald Trump’s residences.
“Please be advised that emails reflecting visitors to President Biden’s residences in Wilmington, Delaware, and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware are not agency records subject to the FOIA. See Doyle v. U.S. Dep’t of Homeland Sec., 959 F.3d 72 (2d Cir. 2020) (finding that emails regarding expected visitors to the sitting President’s residence were not agency records subject to the FOIA.),” the officer said in a letter.
The NY Post reported it had submitted its own FOIA request and that the Secret Service had stated earlier in the year that “no records were located” about Biden’s visits to Delaware.
Despite this, Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson have requested the Secret Service provide them with visitor logs.
The situation becomes more suspicious when you consider that classified documents were found haphazardly stored in Biden’s garage at his Wilmington residence—as well as at private offices he used at the Penn Biden Center in Washington D.C.—amid a scandal involving potential illegal possession of classified documents by Biden himself and his son, Hunter, who appears from recently released WhatsApp messages to suggest that his family is “best” at doing the bidding of the Chinese government.
The Secret Service said earlier this year it was “gathering” information about who visited Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, amid a scandal involving the president’s potential illegal possession of classified documents.
The Washington Examiner reported the demand includes information on “all individuals” who visited the residence as well as other places where Biden stashed classified documents, including a private office he used at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C.
The outlet noted further:
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson wrote to the Secret Service on Monday in a letter first obtained by the Washington Examiner and requested the visitor logs. Now, the Secret Service said it is evaluating that letter and is “currently in the process of gathering” various information, as well as “working through appropriate channels” to locate what “may be responsive to Congressional inquiries.”
“We are in receipt of Senator Grassley’s letter and it is currently being…