New Report Reveals Bombshell About When FBI Actually Searched Biden’s Office At Penn Biden Center

New information has emerged revealing that federal law enforcement officials searched the private office of President Joe Biden located at the Penn Biden Center months ago, after his legal team reported finding classified documents there. So this is something that was known a long, long time ago, yet there was no mention of it made anywhere, nor was there an investigation launched into the president upon finding the material. It’s almost like the FBI was trying to cover the mess up instead of doing their jobs.

As we all witnessed first-hand when classified documents were discovered at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, the bureau wasted no time seizing the documents, announcing their discovery to the world, and then following up with the DOJ to appoint a special counsel to investigate. And there are still folks out there who do not think this was politically motivated? Seriously?

According to The Daily Wire, a report from CBS News stated that the search of the Penn Biden Center office was conducted with cooperation of Biden’s legal team and thus, a search warrant was not required. Biden’s attorneys, the White House, and the Justice Department have not previously revealed that the FBI was at the building conducting a search.

“Classified documents connected with Biden were first found in his private office at the Penn Biden Center, a think tank in Washington, D.C., on November 2, less than a week before the 2022 midterm elections. Since then, Biden’s attorneys have located more classified documents at Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, on several separate occasions: an unspecified number found in the garage on December 20, one document found in Biden’s study on January 11, and five more found in the study on January 12,” the report said.

“Federal officials confirmed two weeks ago that they found more classified material during a 13-hour FBI search of Biden’s home on January 20,” the DW report continued.

“CNN reported last week that while Biden’s team claimed they were cooperative in dealing with the Department of Justice, federal investigators were prepared to get a search warrant if Biden did not consent to being searched,” it added.

Attorney General Merrick Garland, a man who has made it clear he has it out for Trump, appointed former U.S. Attorney Robert Hurr — who served in his former position during Trump’s time in office — to be the special counsel in the investigation after John Lausch, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, was assigned to perform an initial review of the case, recommended to Garland that a special counsel be appointed. Which you know made him grind his teeth to the quick.

CNN has gone on to describe the special counsel investigation being performed by Hur as a full-blown criminal investigation.

President Biden made his first comments about the investigation two weeks ago, telling journalists that it “quite frankly bugs” him that they were asking him about the situation, which is, you know, their job and all. Remember when the president stated he would be striving to operate the most transparent administration in history? Hate to tell the guy, but if you have a problem with reporters asking you about a scandal that could involve potential breaches of national security, that’s kind of the opposite of transparency.

“We’re fully cooperating, looking forward to getting this resolved quickly,” President Biden claimed. “I think you’re gonna find there’s nothing there. I have no regrets. I’m following what the lawyers have told me they want me to do — that’s exactly what we’re doing. There’s no there, there.”

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