House Oversight Reacts to Report Special Counsel Will Shut Down Biden’s Classified Docs Case

According to new reports, Special Counsel Robert Hur will not seek charges relating to the mishandling of secret data at two locations connected to President Joe Biden.

The House Oversight Committee on Thursday reacted to the brewing development.

“Our investigation has revealed key facts that contradict the White House’s and President Biden’s personal attorney’s narrative about the discovery of classified documents found at Penn Biden Center.”

The timeline begins in early 2021, not in November 2022 as alleged by the Biden team. The classified documents were kept in unsecured locations. President Biden used significant federal resources, including five White House employees and a Department of Defense employee, to access and secure items at the Penn Biden Center. Additionally, Special Counsel Hur has denied providing information to our committee about whether any of the classified documents mishandled by President Biden involved countries or individuals that had financial dealings with Biden family members or their related companies.

“This case is not closed. @RepJamesComer has issued a subpoena and requested multiple transcribed interviews with current and former White House staff involved in this scandal.”

“Accountability is here,” the Oversight Committee stated.

Hur and his colleagues are reportedly putting up a full



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