Biden Flips Dems Upside Down After 'Answer' About Special Counsel - WATCH

For months the press badgered former President Trump about the Mueller investigation. Now that the shoe is on the other foot it's throwing Democrats into a tailspin.

Remember, the Biden administration is supposed to be bigger and better than anything Trump ever was. They are supposed to be more transparent, honest, nad moral than Trump. However, now that a Special Counsel has been convinced over Biden's document debacle their actions speak louder than words.

It seems the Biden administration has something to hide. Last week, classified documents were found inside the Washington, D.C., offices of the Penn Biden Center think tank, followed by a second stash of classified documents in the president’s home in Wilmington, Delaware. To further complicate matters, additional classified documents were discovered over the weekend.

In response to these findings, Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed former U.S. Attorney Robert Hurt as Special Counsel to investigate the matter and determine if there had been any improper handling or retention of classified information by President Joe Biden. But when questioned about whether President Biden would consent to an interview with Special Counsel Hurt if asked, White House officials refused to answer and instead pointed back to their commitment for an independent Justice Department and their vow to provide as much information as appropriate – but what does that mean?

The American people deserve transparency and answers; this is not a game or something that can be ignored or swept under the rug in hopes it will go away. When classified materials are mishandled or retained inappropriately, this is not only an ethical issue but could also have serious security implications for our country, especially when Biden did not have the authority to declassify those documents.

Biden's answer is sending Democrats into a tailspin, and it's why people like Pelosi and Schumer won't discuss it.



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