Comer: Biden’s Three Strikes Against Transparency Will Be Met with Swift Congressional Oversight
WASHINGTON—House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) issued the following statement on more classified documents found stashed at President Biden’s Wilmington residence:
“President Biden’s three strikes against transparency will be met with swift congressional oversight. The White House, the National Archives, and the Justice Department failed to promptly inform Congress and the American people about mishandled classified documents from Joe Biden’s time as vice president. We first learned about the Penn Biden Center classified documents months after they were found in an unsecure closet. Then it took the White House weeks to inform the public about the documents found in President Biden’s Wilmington garage. And now days later, we are learning that there are more documents at the Wilmington residence. Are there more classified documents to be found?
“The Biden White House’s secrecy in this matter is alarming. Equally alarming is the fact that Biden aides were combing through documents knowing there would be a Special Counsel appointed. Many questions need to be answered but one thing is certain: oversight is coming.”
Comer Demands Answers from NARA and Biden White House About Classified Docs Stashed at Penn Biden Center
Comer Demands Answers from White House About Classified Docs Found at Wilmington Residence