Over the course of his presidency, Joe Biden has spent about 200 days at his beach house in Delaware. Despite spending much of his time there, according to the Secret Service, no records exist of anyone who visited him at this residence.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, the New York Post reportedly asked for the records of visitors to Biden’s Delaware home, but the Secret Service denied their appeal.
Secret Service deputy director Faron Paramore wrote a letter about the request, saying that “the agency conducted an additional search of relevant program offices for potentially responsive records.”
“This search also produced no responsive records,” Paramore insisted. “Accordingly, your appeal is denied.”
Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) expressed his frustration with this response to the New York Post, saying, “The claim that there are no visitor logs for President Biden’s Delaware residence is a bunch of malarkey.”
“Americans deserve to know who President Biden is meeting with,” Comer added, “especially since we know that he routinely met with Hunter’s business associates during his time as vice president.”
“The Biden administration must provide transparency to the American people.”
Other Congressional Republicans are vowing to pursue transparency regarding who Biden meets with and his current connections to his family’s consulting business.
Among these Republicans is Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.) who also expressed the necessity of transparency regarding who Biden meets with. “President Biden denies any involvement in his son’s business dealings, despite indisputable evidence of numerous meetings with his son’s business partners,” said Reschenthaler.
“I am deeply concerned by this blatant conflict of interest and its massive national security implications,” he continued. “It is absolutely crucial that visitor log records for Biden’s homes in Delaware, where he spends a quarter of his time, be released to the public.”
“This administration’s stonewalling and gaslighting must stop. Next year, House Republicans will conduct a fair and transparent investigation into the Biden family’s influence peddling and deliver the American people the answers they deserve.”
Last year, the Biden regime patted itself on the back for reinstating the partial release of West Wing visitor logs to uphold “the highest standards of transparency” for the American people.
“These logs give the public a look into the visitors entering and exiting the White House campus for appointments, tours, and official business – making good on President Biden’s commitment to restore integrity, transparency, and trust in government,” the White House press office said.
Despite touting their transparency, the Biden administration has insisted that releasing such records from Biden’s Delaware house would be an unnecessary intrusion into Biden’s life.
The Post is continuing to evaluate its legal options to obtain Biden’s visitor logs.