Archive for January 11, 2023

Biden Classified Data Thoughts Under the Fedora

Posted: January 11, 2023 by datechguy in Uncategorized

The primary reason why anyone on the left is bothered by this is that it makes their case against Trump look phony, which it is.

This story will become, Unnewsworthy so fast to the left that by Friday people will be calling it “old news”.

This story pretty much came out of nowhere I’m also wondering if this is a “Squirrel” moment to turn our eyes and potential investigations by the new GOP house in a different direction.

This also may be related to the formation of the new China committee by the house. This committee was created with bipartisan support so it behooves Biden to get ahead of any direction it might consider going into: Don Surber explaines the connection:

“Most of the anonymous donations came after the university announced in February 2017 that it would create the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. Joe Biden, whose term as vice president had just ended, was to lead the center and was also named a professor at the university.”

Now you know why he stole and stored classified documents there.

As I’ve said many times, arms races are expensive but buying American academics and pols is pretty cheap and they stay useful a lot longer.

It may be that the reason this is coming out at all is that the deep state / Obama administration has decided they don’t want Biden in 2024 as the Democrat candidate so they intend to slowly leak stuff like this out until they can convince enough Democrats that he is no longer remains a viable candidate.

Of course as long as he maintains his support from those who count the votes he’ll be OK.

Of course President Joe Biden could just declassify these documents and that would be the end of it.

But the problem is once they are declassified then would come the FOIA inquiries to see exactly what they contain, which might or might not be embarrassing.

Then again with this administration how much more embarrassing can you get?