Joe Biden reportedly spent 163 days in his Delaware home since becoming president, residing alongside his “mishandled” classified documents. Still, the Secret Service claims no visitor logs exist.
Since becoming president in 2020, Breitbart reports that Biden has spent an astonishing 163 days at his Delaware beach home. While this amount of time spent away from the White House may seem excessive, it is made more concerning due to documents reportedly being mishandled at the private residence, and the Secret Service’s lack of visitor logs during those stays.
Despite spending nearly half a year at his personal residence where “mishandled” classified documents happened to reside, the Secret Service now says it did not keep visitor records at the home due its status as Biden’s residence. This lack of transparency has raised eyebrows among critics who worry about what activities were taking place when Biden was away from the White House.
Separately, the White House has confirmed that neither it nor Biden kept its own records of visitors during Biden’s time in Delaware.
Due to the lack of oversight at Biden’s home, it will likely become impossible to know exactly who had access to the classified documents that were discovered throughout his residence – including in his garage, next to the 80-year-old’s Corvette – and when they had access.
Video that appeared to show boxes of documents stored in Biden’s garage went viral in recent days, with many wondering if Biden inadvertently revealed where he kept the classified documents.
The documents themselves date to the Obama administration, and it has been reported that they contained foreign policy information including about Ukraine.
It has also been reported that Hunter Biden, the president’s drug addled surviving son, had extensive access to Biden’s residence, and portrayed himself as a resident on at least one occasion.
On Hunter Biden's recent Delaware Driver's license, his current residence is listed as "BARLEY MILL RD"— the SAME address where Joe Biden kept troves of stolen classified documents pic.twitter.com/rIMqz0wUXw
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) January 12, 2023
Fox News reported late last week that Hunter seemed to have access to the garage, per emails recovered from his infamous abandoned laptop.