Joe Biden has spent a massive amount of time back home in Delaware. As of August 2022, he had spent 150 days at his beach house. I am sure it’s more than that by now. What in God’s name is he doing there? Trust me, there are a lot of questions and mysteries surrounding those trips, and much speculation as well. For starters, many people believe Biden goes home so often because that’s where he gets IV bags filled with “magic medical cocktails” to help him with his deteriorating mental health. Others believe Biden is suffering from dementia, and like most dementia patients, he craves to be at home, in familiar surroundings.
We’ve all heard the rumors of Joe being uncomfortable in the WH and “wandering around” lost and confused.
But one thing most people can agree upon is whatever is happening, it’s taking place at that Delaware beach house because Biden can keep the names of people who visit private. Many people believe whatever is happening there, Biden doesn’t want anyone to know about. Could it be his “puppet masters” making a visit? Maybe, but I doubt it, why would they feel the need to meet with Joe Biden, of all people?
My guess is that it’s “medical” related. After all, nobody really cares what Joe Biden thinks on any issue, but they do care that he looks and sounds like he should be in a nursing home.
But these trips have gotten to be so frequent, that now Republicans want to know exactly what’s going on… So the GOP is now asking the Secret Service for records identifying visitors to Joe’s beach house… and guess what?
The Secret Service can’t find any…
Gee, how convenient.
The New York Post reported that the Secret Service says it checked again and still can’t find any records that identify visitors to President Biden’s Delaware residences — where he has spent roughly one-fourth of his presidency — outraging Republicans and prompting one congressman to say “the stonewalling and gaslighting must stop.”
The agency made the baffling claim in its denial of a Freedom of Information Act appeal from The Post.
Secret Service deputy director Faron Paramore wrote in a letter dated Sept. 27 that “the agency conducted an additional search of relevant program offices for potentially responsive records.”
“This search also produced no responsive records,” Paramore wrote. “Accordingly, your appeal is denied.”
The Post is evaluating legal options to acquire records of who visited the president during the nearly 200 days he was at his Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach homes.
Biden spent about 28% of the days during his first year as president at least partially in Delaware, largely out of public view. He has spent an almost identical share of his second year as president in Delaware.
Transparency advocates of varying political stripes have fought in court for decades to identify presidential influencers, saying it’s important for the public to know who shapes government policy.
Biden’s detractors, meanwhile, note that he made a habit of meeting with his family’s influence-seeking international business partners before he took office and question whether that remains the case.
Congressional Republicans are vowing to aggressively pursue transparency, including with regard to Biden’s link to his family’s consulting businesses, if they retake control of one or both chambers in the November midterm elections.
Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), who is poised to lead the House Oversight Committee next year if Republicans retake the House, said the Secret Service should hand over records of the president’s guests.
“The claim that there are no visitor logs for President Biden’s Delaware residence is a bunch of malarkey,” Comer told The Post.
I agree. How many amazing coincidences can one man have? He gets magically elected during a pandemic, with a tsunami of mail-in ballots, and now, when Americans want to know what he’s up to in Delaware, we can’t, because the visitor logs have up and walked away…
Things like this always seem to work out in Joe’s favor, don’t they? 🙄
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