BREAKING: House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan Launches First Investigation into Biden Classified Documents – #GarageGate

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House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) launched the first congressional investigation into classified documents stored at Joe Biden’s private office and home.

It was revealed this week that Joe Biden improperly stored stolen classified documents at his private office and in his garage next to his Corvette.

Joe Biden stole the classified documents.

“The former Vice President Joe Biden did not have these same privileges as Vice President as President’s do. Vice Presidents, like anyone else, cannot take government records. They can’t take Vice Presidential records when they leave office and they certainly can’t take classified records.” Attorney Mike Davis explained on Bannon’s War Room.

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Fake news outlets have incorrectly stated that President Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago was raided by the FBI for the same “crime.” #GarageGate is different: Unlike President Trump, then VP Joe Biden wasn’t the President when he took classified records with him. Presidents have the constitutional and statutory power to declassify and take records when they leave office, VPs do not.

According to CNN, the classified documents were found in a folder labeled “personal.”

On Friday, Chairman Jordan sent a letter to US Attorney General Merrick Garland informing him of the investigation and asked him to provide a list of documents related to #GarageGate.

Rep. Jordan asked for all documents and communications relating to the appointment of special counsel Robert Hur (scope memo).

Jim Jordan also asked for other communications between the Department of Justice, FBI or the Executive Office of the President related to the classified materials found at Penn Biden Center and Biden’s Delaware garage.

Merrick Garland has until January 27 to respond.

Read the letter from Reps. Jim Jordan and Mike Johnson here:

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