The House Oversight and Accountability Committee has made an announcement on the existence of evidence implicating a group comprising a minimum of five White House officials, President Joe Biden’s personal attorneys, a Department of Defense employee, and others in a prolonged cover-up of the president’s papers problem.
Furthermore, it has been alleged that this group deliberately provided false information regarding the matter.
According to the president’s legal team, classified documents originating from the period when Joe Biden served as vice president were reportedly found at the Penn Biden Center on November 2, 2022.
However, the House Oversight Committee has gathered evidence indicating that the sequence of pertinent events commenced in 2021 and implicated a minimum of five White House staff members.
Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer expressed his perplexity in a letter addressed to White House attorney Edward Siskel, stating that “There is no reasonable explanation as to why this many White House employees and lawyers were so concerned with retrieving boxes they believed only contained personal documents and materials.”
The correspondence outlines the manner in which White have personnel orchestrated the logistical processes of “the organizing, moving, and removing of boxes [at Penn Biden Center] that were later found to contain classified materials,” commencing in March 2021.
Nevertheless, it was not until November 2, 2022, more than a year later, that the Biden administration officially notified the National Archives about the discovery of sensitive materials that were being stored inappropriately.
According to the letter, on March 18, 2021, Annie Tomasini, who held the positions of assistant and senior adviser to the president and director of Oval Office operations, visited the Penn Biden Center “to take inventory of President Biden’s documents and materials.”
According to the Federalist, “on June 28, 2022, at the direction of Dana Remus, former White House counsel and assistant to the president, Biden’s former assistant Kathy Chung “pack[ed] up President Biden’s documents and materials.” Notably, Remus contacted Chung on a personal phone number and private email address, “thus evading potential Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) disclosures,” Comer wrote.”
The day of that communication, May 24, 2022, was also “the exact same day the Department of Justice (DOJ) subpoenaed former President Trump for classified documents,” he added.”
According to the letter, two days later after Chung packed up Biden’s documents, Remus; Anthony Bernal, an assistant to the president and senior advisor to the first lady; and a White House employee whose name is unknown went to Penn Biden Center to haul away as many boxes of documents and other materials as would fit in their vehicle.
Several months passed, and on Oct. 12, 2022, Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Oval Office Operations Ashley Williams and Biden’s personal attorney Pat Moore went to the center to do “the next wave of assessing of files and looking at boxes.” The next day, Williams went back to retrieve “a few” of Biden’s boxes, and another of Biden’s personal attorneys, Bob Bauer, texted Chung to say Moore had started sifting through the boxes at the Penn Biden Center.”
Bauer asserts that the discovery of Biden’s confidential documents took place at the Penn Biden Center on November 2, 2022. However, the chronology of events presented by Bauer fails to account for the preceding preparation and interference associated with those documents.
Additionally, the White House and Bauer asserted that the National Archives assumed “possession of the materials” on the next morning after being notified. However, it should be noted that the White House and Bauer neglected to acknowledge the fact that on November 2, 2022, Moore had “scheduled a FedEx pickup with Penn Biden Center employees.” On that same day, a delivery driver arrived to “load the documents and then [take them] down to the loading dock” for shipping.
Comer expressed concern regarding the potential removal of boxes of papers from the Penn Biden Center before the arrival and evaluation by NARA, which the committee thinks “it troublesome that boxes of documents were potentially removed from Penn Biden Center prior to NARA’s arrival and assessment.”
The Federalist added: “In his letter, Comer requested more information from the White House to shed further light on the administration’s troubling actions and apparent deceit regarding Biden’s mishandling of classified documents. The committee is asking for “all documents or communications” between or among the National Archives and White House workers related to Biden’s documents and other items at Penn Biden Center. The committee is particularly interested in communications between the White House and Remus.”
Comer is also requesting transcribed interviews with five top Biden aides who worked to retrieve boxes of documents, including Tomasini, Williams, Bernal, and Remus.
So far, Biden has received no criminal charges for his mishandling of classified documents. Meanwhile, Biden’s DOJ has mercilessly prosecuted Trump, the president’s primary political opponent and GOP front-runner for the 2024 election, for Trump’s alleged mishandling of classified documents.
Moreover, Margot Cleveland, a writer for The Federalist, provides information regarding the Penn Biden Center. According to Cleveland, the center “is located at a busy D.C. office building that spanned some 10 stories and included numerous public areas, including a reception area on the roof that hosted weddings and other private events.” Additional individuals were discovered within his garage. In contrast, it can be observed that “Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was private and protected by the Secret Service.”
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