President Joe Biden, who has never accepted responsibility for any wrongdoing, is continuing that tradition by telling reporters that he deserves absolutely “no” criticism for mishandling secret documents.
The FBI has discovered countless sensitive papers strewn over the Acela corridor, the Penn-Biden Think Tank and even Biden’s personal garage in Delaware, as Americans are well aware. Hunter had access to both sites, raising concerns that Biden the elder didn’t take proper care of America’s secrets after stepping down as vice president in 2017.
When questioned if he was responsible for the mishandling of the materials, Biden said flatly, “No.”
Biden has previously stated that he had “no remorse” over the incident and that critics were going in circles.
“I believe you’ll discover nothing there. I have no regrets,” he said in late January to reporters. “I’m doing precisely what the attorneys have ordered me to do – that is exactly what we are doing. There isn’t anything there.”
So, if Joe Biden does not deserve to be scrutinized, who does? According to a CNN report from January that seemed more like a press release written by White House departing Chief of Staff Ron Klain, it was the responsibility of Biden’s staff.
Biden, you are supposed to assume, was too busy gallivanting around the world, putting an end to his lifetime of dedicated public service as characterized by his CNN fan club. As his crew prepared to leave, more and more paperwork began to flood his office, creating a chaotic situation.
“Those competing goals – to utilize his office until the final few minutes even as it was forced to close – made for a convoluted and hasty procedure that left aides packing up boxes of documents and files late into the night,” CNN said.
Who did Biden meet with? Surprisingly, he was racing out to conclude deals with the World Economic Forum, Ukraine and China. What he was doing on such a trip is unknown, but the answer may be buried deep within Biden’s own pockets.
Regardless, one thing should be obvious to all Americans by now. The president wants to take all of the glory and avoid all of the criticism. As RNC worker Kyle Martinsen pointed out, there’s a bit of a pattern with the commander-in-chief.
Biden appears to be blameless on everything from inflation to COVID fatalities and all in between:
I'm starting to sense a pattern with this guy… pic.twitter.com/y5GM1tHBSE
— Kyle Martinsen (@KyleMartinsen_) February 6, 2023