Hunter claimed to own a house where classified documents were found

What’s worse than being the vice president and storing stray secret documents that you shouldn’t have locked in a garage next to a Chevrolet Corvette? Keeping them both locked up in a house owned by your drug addict influential son.

It was first reported Thursday that a second batch of classified documents from President Joe Biden’s time as Vice President were found “in a storage room in the garage” of the Biden family home in Wilmington, Delaware.

The revelation came just days after it was announced that more classified documents were found at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, DC, where Biden had an office, in November.

At least that was in an office manned by a former Veep, meaning there had to be some level of security as to who could enter, right? Not so much when those documents share a garage with a Corvette.

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In fact, most people might have felt safer if the documents were out on the street. As the New York Post’s Miranda Divine noted, the documents weren’t just in the Biden family garage. There’s also the question of who Biden owned the house where the Corvette and classified material were kept:

Yes, not only did Hunter Biden claim that he owned the property, he also stated to the Delaware DMV that the property was his primary residence:

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It’s unclear what was in the documents found in Biden’s garage. However, CNN reported that classified documents found in his office contained “US intelligence memos and briefing materials on issues including Ukraine, Iran and the UK.”

the BBC reported on Friday that some of the documents were marked “top secret,” the highest level of classification.

However, none of the garage documents were reportedly classified as top secret, only marked.

Still, this raises obvious questions — aside from why Joe Biden would allow his son access to a property with a rare 1960s Corvette in the garage. (Why not just leave a bottle of Crown Royal and a crack pipe in the passenger seat while he’s at it?)

After all, secret briefings about Ukraine would not necessarily disinterest Hunter. In case you’ve forgotten, the president’s wayward son was once on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma, presumably because of his last name in contrast to his expertise in the energy sector. (Which happened to be basically null.)

And Biden wasn’t above meddling in Ukraine’s politics, either — as evidenced by this infamous clip in which he boasted he would withhold aid from the country unless a senior prosecutor was fired.

The dismissed Attorney General Viktor Shokin once investigated Burisma. Accounts vary as to whether Shokin was still investigating the energy giant, and few knowledgeable observers could keep a straight face when forced to say that Shokin wasn’t corrupt. The fact remains that Biden interfered in matters indirectly affecting his son.

Were these documents related to Shokin or Burisma? And, perhaps more importantly, even if they didn’t, why on earth would unsecured, classified information be kept in a place where Hunter Biden could access it?

I understand a father’s love, really. However, Joe Biden had no misunderstanding that his son was an addicted, compromised man — someone who couldn’t stay sober, was prone to public controversy, and frequented sex workers.

And yet, if these reports are to be believed, these documents were located in a garage on property owned and resided by Hunter Biden.

But it was in a locked garage with a Corvette, so it was all good. Meanwhile, the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago for classified documents not held at the stated home of a known crackhead.

We don’t have all the details yet, but one thing is for sure: Joe Biden is in deep trouble.

C. Douglas Golden is a writer who divides his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he has written for the Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014.

C. Douglas Golden is a writer who divides his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he has written for the Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014. Aside from politics, he enjoys spending time with his wife, literature (particularly British comics and modern Japanese literature), indie rock, coffee, Formula One and football (both American and international variants).

Place of birth

Morristown, New Jersey

education

Catholic University of America

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English Spanish

Topics of expertise

American politics, world politics, culture

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