NEW: Biden Attorneys in Talks With Special Counsel's Office Over Terms for Joe's Classified Documents Interview

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Imagine for a moment that you’re a member of the Biden administration, and you learn that the boss’s attorneys have been in negotiations with federal prosecutors over terms by which the bumbling president will sit for an interview to discuss his handling of classified documents after he left the vice presidency.


What would your reaction be? Other than panic and chills running down your spine, I mean?

Welp, that’s exactly what’s been going on for roughly a month.

Attorneys for Biden and Special Counsel Robert Hur have been in talks over terms for an interview with “the big guy” about his classified documents case. Negotiations with targets of investigations over what they’ll talk about and what they won’t have never made sense to me, but I digress.

The discussions are reportedly focused on how, when, and where the interview might take place, as well as what the embattled president might be willing to discuss and what he won’t. Sources said no agreement has been reached, which would suggest the investigation — now in its eighth month — is still ongoing.

Why? The issue of the troves of documents and where they were found has been well-documented. It doesn’t take a nuclear physicist to figure out how they got where they were found — including in Joe’s garage next to his prized 1967 Corvette Stingray. Again, eight months isn’t enough? Oh, wait — you don’t think Attorney General Merrick Garland‘s Justice Department could be slow-walking this thing, do you?

Here’s more:

For months now, Biden’s lawyers have been gaming out various scenarios for an interview, with the expectation that he would provide one once his legal team and the special counsel agreed on the specifics.

Negotiating those conditions includes, in part, settling on whether the interview would be in person and, if so, where it might happen — as well as the range of topics and questions that would be covered, said the people familiar with the negotiations.

Most of the classified documents discovered in November and this year were related to Biden’s time as vice president, according to his attorneys, though some also pertained to his time as a U.S. senator. The documents were found in an office Biden used after he left the vice presidency and at his home in Wilmington, Delaware.

The searches, however, also turned up a large number of notebooks Biden kept during his time in public office before he was elected president that could contain sensitive information.


Incidentally, Biden has pledged to obfuscate, lie, say “I don’t remember,” and stare vacantly “cooperate fully” with the investigation. Yeah, I’m sure his responses to specific questions will be incisive and clear as a bell.

Garland appointed Hur in January, just two months after he named Jack Smith as special counsel to oversee the investigation into former President Donald Trump’s handling of classified documents and alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. “Shockingly,” Trump has “already” been indicted in both cases, while the investigation into Biden speeds along like a slug leaving a trail of slime.

The worst part, of course, is that everyone from Joe Biden to Merrick Garland and the DOJ to the left-wing media sock puppets knows full well that the two-tiered justice system is alive and well, and they don’t give a damn who likes it, and who doesn’t — least of all, Republican voters.

The Bottom Line

When right becomes wrong and wrong becomes right, when justice is selectively weaponized against political enemies while intentionally neutered when it comes to members of political parties in power, what have we become as a nation?

The answers, of course, are not only chilling; they’re also likely to get even worse after the 2024 presidential election if the Democrats hang onto the White House.



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