Democrats have had a field day with these Donald Trump indictments. They have ignored historic norms to ram charge after charge down the former president’s throat. Despite obvious reasons that make these trials moot–like, nobody has even charged a president with a crime–they still claim that Trump’s status as a former leader protects him from scrutiny.
Yet, at the very same time, we are learning about much more troubling allegations against Joe Biden. The evidence suggests that not only did Joe use his influence as VP to help his son’s businesses, but that Hunter was interfering with government business. And now, Biden is making a move to protect himself that Democrats long denied Trump.
The White House asserted executive privilege over 200 records housed at the National Archives (NARA) concerning Hunter Biden’s business interactions with the Office of the Vice President during the Obama administration, according to America First Legal (AFL) on Wednesday…
In response to AFL’s records request, NARA refused to release the records, admitting the disclosure would reveal “confidential advice” between then-Vice President Joe Biden and White House advisers. NARA did provide 861 records that apparently did not fall under executive privilege.
How convenient. Joe Biden’s White House is refusing to release 200 documents from Biden’s vice presidency that concern his son, Hunter Biden. Biden is using “executive privilege” a vague policy that presidents often use to shield themselves from Congress or others.
Democrats have rejected executive privilege numerous times while they investigated, probed, and indicted Trump and his associates. But, the second Biden is in the hot seat, this policy suddenly matters.
Never mind that these documents were from when he was vice president. That could mean they are not protected by this policy.
Evidence is growing that Hunter Biden played a role in his father’s vice presidency. Despite having zero clearance or official title, newly released documents show Hunter advising his father while he was vice president.
That comes after years of hearing about how Biden used his vice presidency to help his son get rich. Recent testimony suggests they were conducting a bribery ring with Ukraine and other countries.
So… does executive privilege really apply, when the man might have been breaking the law?
Democrats constantly want one standard applied to themselves and another for everyone else. They throw Trump and his people under the bus while moving heaven and earth to protect their own.
When is it going to end?
- Biden is refusing to release 200 documents related to his son, citing “executive privilege.”
- This comes as reports reveal Hunter Biden was influencing Biden’s vice presidency.
- Republicans have accused Biden of receiving bribes while serving as vice president.