Classified documents were recently found in the garage of Joe Biden’s Delaware home, stored right next to his Corvette and completely available to anyone who was at the home, including Hunter Biden and whatever characters the drug-addicted son of the President may have had over.
Although Biden insisted that the documents were properly secured, recently released photos show Hunter, who has done significant business dealings with foreign entities, driving the Corvette that was kept right next to the classified documents, potentially posing a significant threat to national security.
In one of the images, Hunter is seen posing with his niece Natalie Biden and another young woman, who has not been identified, in the Corvette in 2017. At this time, Biden was negotiating a highly lucrative business deal with the now-obsolete Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC that paid Hunter $6 million in consulting and legal fees.
U.S. Rep. Wesley Hunt (R-Texas) condemned Biden for placing the classified documents in such an irresponsible location. He posted to Twitter saying, “Classified material, locked up so securely, that everyone from Jay Leno to the women posing in Joe’s Corvette with his son Hunter may have had access to them. This is a level of recklessness that is incomprehensible.”
Classified material, locked up so securely, that everyone from Jay Leno to the women posing in Joe’s Corvette with his son Hunter may have had access to them. This is a level of recklessness that is incomprehensible. pic.twitter.com/kYwXQT6k4l
— Wesley Hunt (@WesleyHuntTX) January 19, 2023
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis also commented on the classified documents, criticizing the hypocrisy with which the situation has been handled.
“You can’t have two different sets of rules based on your political party,” DeSantis said.
DeSantis on Biden’s classified documents:
“He had them stashed behind his corvette at his house that Hunter had access to… You can't have two different sets of rules based on your political party."pic.twitter.com/XOEJen6nI4
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) January 18, 2023
Hunter also lived at his father’s Delaware property in 2018 and 2019, for which he paid Joe nearly $50,000 per month, which coincidentally did not show up on Joe’s tax returns.
Kentucky Rep. James Comer (R), chair of the House Oversight Committee, insisted that there must be an investigation into the visitor log at the Bidens’ Delaware property during the time the documents were stored in the garage.
“In light of the Biden family’s suspicious business schemes with foreign adversaries, Americans need to know who visited the President’s Wilmington residence and had access to the classified documents Joe Biden stashed in his garage for years,” said Comer. “According to reports, Hunter Biden has indicated the Delaware residence was a personal asset and his residence as recently as 2018. We need to know if Hunter Biden’s shady business partners located in China and Russia had access to these classified documents.”
“President Biden promised the American people to have the most transparent administration in history, but refuses to be transparent when it matters most,” added Comer. “Oversight Republicans will continue to push for answers and hold this administration accountable.”