Breaking: FBI Finds Notebook Containing Possible Classified Info In Biden’s Home, “Shady Characters In Foreign Countries”

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House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. James Comer is calling for President Joe Biden to be held accountable after another discovery at his Delaware home.

The FBI reportedly found additional potential classified materials at Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware. FBI agents allegedly found several notebooks containing handwritten information Biden wrote down while serving as vice president under Barack Obama.

Some of the information may be classified in the notebooks.

Rep. Comer wants to know since the investigation into Biden’s possession of other classified materials is of the “utmost importance.”

“Nothing that Joe Biden’s done with respect to mishandling these classified documents is normal,” Comer told “Fox & Friends First” Monday morning.

“Take into consideration that he’s also being investigated for influence peddling with our adversaries around the world, and it’s even more concerning. Look, more information comes out every day where his son, especially, as well as his two brothers, have had shady business dealings with our adversaries around the world, and part of what they would do when they would make a pitch to these shady characters in these foreign countries is proving to them that they actually had direct access to their brother and that they had direct access to people at the highest levels of our federal government,” he continued.

Comer also mentioned that Hunter Biden lived in the house where the documents were found, adding that he became extra concerned when he learned that information.

The notebooks were seized because Biden’s writing on some of the pages related to his official business as vice president. They possibly include details of his diplomatic engagements during his time in the Obama administration and may refer to classified information.

The notebooks do not have classified markers on them, but given the nature of some of the notes could be considered such given the sensitive content.

NBC News reported:

Other pages in the notebooks, while they may not contain potentially classified information, could still be considered government property under the Presidential Records Act because they pertain to official business Biden conducted as vice president, according to the person familiar with the investigation.

The notebooks include a mix of handwritten notes from Biden on various topics, both personal and official, according to the person familiar with the seizure. On some pages, Biden wrote down things about his family or his life unrelated to public office, said this same person. On other pages, he memorialized in writing some of his experiences or thoughts as vice president at the time, according to this same source.

The report also said that Biden’s possession of the notebooks raises questions about whether he appropriately followed procedures for preserving presidential records.

It also raises questions for other vice presidents and presidents who have kept similar notebooks and how they have handled theirs.

Federal law allows presidents and vice presidents to keep diaries of a “personal” nature as long as they don’t share the material with anyone in the time they held office.

Mike Pence and Donald Trump have also had classified documents in their homes. However, Trump is the only one who was raided by the FBI.

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