As if Joe Biden’s scandal where he is being investigated for mishandling classified documents couldn’t get any worse, a new discovery was made today by the New York Post.
The report originates from the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, which the New York Post was the first to report on before being censored by social media giants such as Twitter.
A picture from Hunter Biden’s laptop shows a box of documents labeled ‘important’ laying out in a table in Joe Biden’s Delaware residence just days before Joe Biden hosted a birthday party for children.
In the picture taken on Hunter Biden’s laptop, the box of documents was clearly opened, meaning that the Vice president at the time and his staff did not even take care to seal it with packing tape.
The latest development is one among many showing that Biden’s mishandling of important and classified documents may be significantly more careless than many initially thought.
The New York Post Reports–
So car loads of federal agents went charging into Trump's home for documents in a vault BUT Biden just had documents sitting around.
— steve lowe (@jslowe1949) January 21, 2023
This can’t really be where Joe Biden kept classified documents he took from the White House — or can it?
A box labeled “Important Doc’s + Photos” was left unsealed on a table ahead of a child’s birthday party in the Delaware home where the 80-year-old president has been discovered to have stashed sensitive government records, a photo from his son’s laptop, discovered by The Post Friday reveals.
Another image on the infamous laptop reveals that Hunter Biden apparently made more than 160 trips to the sprawling, lakeside house in just 52 days during the same time he was involved in controversial business dealings with a Chinese energy conglomerate — and while the home contained the discovered classified documents.
During one visit, the first son — who has a history of drug and alcohol addictions — texted “Mom,” aka first lady Jill Biden, hours after midnight and asked “R u awake.”
“Open the door plz” he added at 2:37 a.m. on March 8, 2017, according to a screenshot of the exchange.