Report: Biden DOJ Won't Charge Biden for Mishandling Classified DocumentsChris Menahan
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Special counsel Robert Hur, who was appointed by Biden-appointed Attorney General Merrick Garland, will not be charging President Biden for mishandling classified documents, according to the Washington Post.
Such charges are reserved only for Donald Trump.
From The Washington Post, "DOJ report on Biden classified documents coming soon; no criminal charges":
The Justice Department is preparing to release a special counsel report in coming days that is critical of President Biden and his aides for mishandling classified documents in Biden's private home and former office, but prosecutors do not plan to pursue criminal charges in the case.As a reminder, whereas Trump had the authority as president to declassify anything he wanted, Joe Biden as vice president did not.
Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Hur in January 2023 after aides to Biden found the sensitive government materials. The discovery came as a separate special counsel was investigating Trump's alleged mishandling of classified documents -- an investigation that led to 40 federal criminal charges against Trump, including willful retention of national defense secrets and obstruction of justice.Indeed, Biden is the real victim here, folks! Trump is facing life in prison but Biden was mildly inconvenienced!
That said, one could imagine a scenario in which this document probe was used to pressure Biden behind-the-scenes to go along with the Gaza genocide, the same way the impeachment trial was used against Trump to pressure him to assassinate Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
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