Scandal Unveiled: White House Caught Pressuring Special Counsel To Conceal Biden’s Memory Lapses

(Republican Insider) – Last week, Special Counsel Robert Hur released a report regarding his investigation into the mishandling of classified documents by then-Vice President Joe Biden, noting that he suggested not bringing charges due to the possibility of the jury seeing Biden as a sympathetic elderly man who has memory problems. In other words, he’s not competent to stand trial. If he’s not competent to stand trial, then why is he allowed to continue serving as president?

The findings feature numerous examples of Biden’s failing memory and cognitive issues, but as it turns out, we still aren’t getting the full story. According to the Daily Caller, the White House applied pressure to Hur to take passages out of his report that talk of the president’s memory and physical condition. The information for this claim came from a piece published by Politico.

“Hur released his special counsel report Thursday which investigated Biden’s handling of classified documents though he declined to pursue criminal charges. The report notes that during an interview with the special counsel, Biden appeared to forget the timeline of his vice presidency and could not remember when his late son died. Ahead of the release of the report, the White House was reportedly in the dark about what the final copy would say but hoped their efforts to reach Hur ahead of its release would force edits,” Politico said in its report, as per the DC.

“Hur did not indicate whether he would make any changes,” a person familiar with the process told the outlet.

Biden’s legal team was none too happy with Hur’s report and the comments he made concerning the president’s memory, referring to them as not being “accurate or appropriate.”

“[Hur] uses highly prejudicial language to describe a commonplace occurrence among witnesses: a lack of recall of years-old events. Such comments have no place in a Department of Justice report, particularly one that in the first paragraph announces that no criminal charges are ‘warranted’ and that ‘the evidence does not establish Mr. Biden’s guilt,’” Biden’s lawyers stated.

“The 81-year-old faced the press after the report was released to dispel concerns about his age. But in the press conference, Biden blamed his staff for the classified documents debacle and then made several slip-ups reinforcing concerns about his memory,” the Daily Caller noted.

“I take responsibility for not having seen exactly what my staff was doing,” he went on to say.

“Things that appeared in my garage, things that came out of my home, things that were moved, were moved not by me, but my staff,” Biden added.

Someone needs to get this man a copy of podcast host and former Navy SEAL Jocko Willink’s book on the topic of extreme ownership. Real leaders are those who take responsibility for their actions, not those who play “Pass the Buck” and try to push the blame for their own failures onto staff members.

“The president then mixed up two foreign presidents and forgot the name of a parish during the press conference meant to push back on Hur’s characterizations of Biden’s memory,” the DC article divulged. Yeah, clearly this guy doesn’t have memory problems. Anyone who believes that is burying their head in the sand and working as a Biden apologist.

“In addition, I know there’s some attention paid to some language of the report about my recollection of events. There is even reference that I don’t remember when my son died. How in the hell dare he raise that? Frankly, when I was asked the question I thought to myself, ‘It wasn’t any of their damn business.’ Let me tell you something. Some of you have commented. I wear, since the day he died every single day, the rosary he got from our Lady of … ” Biden rambled before going quiet.

“Every memorial day we hold a service remembering him attended by friends and family and people who loved him. I don’t need anyone to remind me of when he passed away,” the president remarked.

There’s no way this man should still be in the Oval Office or allowed to run for a second term.

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