Rep. Matt Gaetz Torches DOJ for Protecting Senile Joe Biden Over Classified Documents Crimes

Special Counsel Robert Hur testified before Congress after effectively saying that Joe Biden is too old and senile to be charged with any crimes related to his mishandling of classified documents and Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz used the opportunity to EXPOSE Joe Biden and the DOJ.

Gaetz pointed out that Special Counsel Hur had discovered Biden LIED when he claimed he has “not shared” any of the classified information with his ghostwriter.

He also pointed out that Hur discovered that Joe was lying when he said he had stored all of the documents “locked away in filing cabinets.”

Biden stole classified documents from the Obama White House and stored them all over the place – wherever was easiest for him to profit off of them.

This meant he kept the documents in unlocked drawers at the CCP-linked Penn Biden Center and laying around in his Delaware garage where Hunter Biden lived.

 

Despite doing this, and then enlisting White House staff to help him cover it up – Biden was given a pass.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump was indicted for securely storing classified documents in his Mar-a-Lago estate – despite LEGALLY being allowed to do so because he is a former president.

Gaetz went on to say, “So here’s what I’m understanding right… you find in your report that the elements of a federal criminal violation are met. But then you apply this “senile cooperator theory” that because Joe Biden cooperated and the elevator doesn’t go to the top floor, you don’t think you can get a conviction.”

Pointing out how the government’s treatment of Biden contrasts SEVERELY with the way Trump is being treated, Gaetz asks Hur, “Isn’t it frustrating that Biden continues to go out and lie about the basic facts of the report that lay out a federal criminal violation?”

Gaetz continued, tearing into Hur and his efforts to help the DOJ protect Joe Biden. Watch the video here to see the fiery exchange.


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