DAVID MARCUS: DOJ probe into Biden stinks to heaven – don’t expect liberal media to notice

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It must be nice to be Joe Biden.

When the Justice Department lost patience with Donald Trump, who was storing classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, they launched an unprecedented Hollywood-style raid on the former president’s home – with 30 federal agents and a full dig into Melania’s wardrobe.

But when it turns out Biden was keeping secret documents in his home office and Delaware garage alongside his prized Corvette — suddenly it’s like Seinfeld’s Uncle Leo stealing from the bookstore, “I am an old man!”

Save me.

Where was the raid on Wilmington?

Unfortunately the horses have now locked the barn. The opportunity for a credible investigation has passed. The special advocate investigation was bungled, and the clumsy Justice Department bungled another one.

You think I’m overreacting?

Hear from none other than Andrew Weissman, the FBI attorney appointed to help Robert Mueller lead the special counsel’s investigation into Trump:

“Why did Biden’s attorney do the searches of his home/garage, not the FBI/DOJ?” he tweeted last week. “Or at least invite them to participate, or consent to the FBI/DOJ doing the research? And why is there a delay in research and no rapid public disclosure? »

Now that Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed an independent investigator to handle this, Biden’s hand-picked document recovery team has reportedly been sidelined.

When it turns out Biden was keeping secret documents in his personal office and Delaware garage alongside his prized Corvette — suddenly it’s like Seinfeld’s Uncle Leo stealing from the bookstore, “I’m an old man!”

Unfortunately, the horses have now locked the bar.  The opportunity for a credible investigation has passed.  (Above) Access road to Joe Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware

Unfortunately, the horses have now locked the bar. The opportunity for a credible investigation has passed. (Above) Access road to Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware

But we are forced to demand: why has the DOJ taken so long to get serious?

Let’s go over exactly what’s happened so far – to demonstrate just how sloppy this whole ordeal has become.

On November 2, lawyers emptying Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington DC reportedly came across classified documents.

They alerted the National Archives, which informed the DOJ. No one said anything to the public when the country voted in the November 8 midterm elections.

On November 9, the FBI opened a preliminary investigation. In December, other documents appeared. This time at Biden’s home in Wilmington.

This apparently lit a fire under the US attorney assigned to look into this mess and he recommended that Garland appoint a special counsel.

Yet the American people had heard nothing until January 9, which is when CBS News reported on the November discovery.

On January 10, Biden faced questions from reporters for the first time and he was shocked, shocked like Claude Rains in Casablanca, to find that there were classified documents.

He played it as a bizarre accident, as the White House knew classified material had also been found in his Delaware garage.

It seems like the kind of thing a frank and honest administration might mention. But they didn’t.

On January 11, the garage documents were made public. And finally, on January 12, Garland announced a special counsel’s investigation.

So, from Nov. 2 to Jan. 11, Biden’s personal attorneys were given carte blanche to search, move, identify, disperse, and — maybe, just maybe — tamper with classified documents.

This weekend, the White House revealed that even more secret information had been found in Wilmington, even after White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Thursday that “the search is completed”.

How disorganized is this operation? Have nuclear secrets been mixed in with junk mail?

The American people have lost their patience with this law enforcement incompetence a long time ago.

Is Garland telling us he trusted Biden’s team to turn everything they had and spill all the beans no matter how damaging they might be?

I'm not a lawyer, but I know the concept of a clean crime scene.  A good investigator would probably object to his suspect handling the evidence for two months.

I’m not a lawyer, but I know the concept of a clean crime scene. A good investigator would probably object to his suspect handling the evidence for two months.

America knows how Hillary Clinton assumed this responsibility.

Clinton’s agents deleted more than 30,000 emails stored on her unsecured and unauthorized private server when she was secretary of state. Clinton claimed the emails were “personal and private”, an FBI investigation later determined many of them were not.

To this day, there are serious unanswered questions about this investigation – and here we go again.

Repeatedly, we’ve heard from the White House, Democrats, and many media outlets that Biden “cooperated” with the Justice Department. This is what differentiates Biden’s case from Trump’s, they say. That’s why it wasn’t necessary for the DOJ to get a warrant and enter Biden’s house.

It really looks like the DOJ cooperated with Biden and not the other way around.

I’m not a lawyer, but I know the concept of a clean crime scene. A good investigator would probably object to his suspect handling the evidence for two months.

Remember that when the FBI entered Mar-a-Lago, they recorded exactly where the documents they uncovered were found.

Federal agents found documents in Trump’s office. We were all treated to a tastefully photographed sample of top secret documents laid out on the floor. An FBI “property inventory” revealed a full list of what they found, how it was stored and where.

Where is the corresponding inventory for Biden? The answer is – there is none. Biden’s team made all the discovery.

Remember that when the FBI entered Mar-a-Lago, they recorded exactly where the documents they uncovered were found.

Remember that when the FBI entered Mar-a-Lago, they recorded exactly where the documents they uncovered were found.

Federal agents found documents in Trump's office.  We were all treated to a tastefully photographed sample of top secret documents laid out on the floor.

Federal agents found documents in Trump’s office. We were all treated to a tastefully photographed sample of top secret documents laid out on the floor.

This all stinks to heaven, but don’t expect our media to notice, notorious Democrat apologist Joy Behar pretty much summed it up on The View last week saying, “Trump is a liar and a thief. , so it’s not such a big leap to say he filibustered and lied. We don’t think Biden is a liar and a thief, so we’re giving him the benefit of the doubt.

Do you see how it works? It’s not very subtle.

Not to mention the fact that Joseph Robinette Biden is the most egregious fabulist in the history of American politics. He’s lied on his college grades, been arrested in South Africa, drives big trucks and is a civil rights warrior. Oh – and he’s a known plagiarist.

But this guy gets the benefit of the doubt?

It’s a body of water the Democrats are now trying to tread on, but it’s the same one they sought to drown Trump in.

As GOP Senator Josh Hawley said, “In the case of President Trump, this retention [of documents] unleashed an unprecedented raid on the home of a former president, rationalized by a thicket of partisan doublespeak, President Biden has experienced nothing like it.

Justice is supposed to be blind, but in today’s America, it seems to glance at Biden and the Democrats, even wink flirtatiously at them.

The cracks in the integrity of this investigation are too glaring to ignore. And the American people deserve good answers – now!