Staggering Report: DOJ Purposely Decided to Have Biden’s Personal Lawyers Conduct Classified Doc Search Instead of Sending FBI


The Biden administration’s Justice Department deliberately kept the FBI out of the picture in the search for classified documents tucked away at President Joe Biden’s residences, according to a new report.

The report in the Wall Street Journal cited sources it did not name, who said Biden’s personal lawyers and Justice Department officials jointly came to the conclusion that the FBI should not be present when searches were conducted.

Although classified documents were found at the Penn Biden Center on Nov. 2, the public was not informed of this until January. Since the initial documents were found, more documents have been found at Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware — both in the house and in the garage.

The Journal report said that Biden’s attorneys and Biden’s Justice Department agreed that the attorneys would conduct the searches, tell the DOJ what they found, and then have law enforcement authorities secure any documents that were discovered.

The Journal report said that the collaborative approach helped the Biden team “avoid more aggressive actions by law enforcement.”


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The report noted that the Justice Department’s approach with Biden’s classified documents issues contrasts with its approach to classified documents in the possession of former President Donald Trump. FBI agents raided Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in August and seized boxes of documents, including some private papers.

John Fishwick, who was a U.S. attorney for the Western District of Virginia during the Obama administration, said the piecemeal revelations of classified documents found at Biden’s home and a garage do not mesh with the administration’s efforts to paint Biden’s scenario as different from that of Trump.

“He is the sitting president; there’s no reason for him to hold back anything about this. It makes it harder to say it’s apples and oranges, and it undercuts the argument that you were different,” he said.

Some Republicans are irked with the difference between the two investigations and the lack of answers.

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