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  1. LibertyDefender Member

    What a pile of nonsense.  Richard A. Epstein, NeverTrumper, often complains about Trump, but never offers specifics.  To Richard’s credit, he recognizes that the entire Democrat/Media/Administrative State has a vendetta against Trump, but Prof. Epstein is never willing to weigh the “evidence” accordingly.

    Oh my, but how open and cooperative Joe Biden has been with the National Archives and the DoJ – why, they explained to us in January 2023 that on November 2, 2022, when they found the documents at the Penn Biden Center, they cooperated with the National Archives and the DoJ.  Just like the DoJ told the FISA Court that Carter Page was a Russian intelligence asset. Very cooperative.  Very above-board.

    What a pile of nonsense.  Richard Epstein has reduced his credibility to Andy McCarthy levels, which is to say zero.

    There’s much to the Joe’s Garage story that isn’t being told. According to Breitbart – and supported by video, Biden said, when responding to Peter Doocy’s question (“What were you thinking??!?”):

    I don’t know what’s in the documents. My lawyers have not suggested I not ask what documents they were.

    The official White House transcript claims Biden said the following:

    But I don’t know what’s in the documents. I’ve — my lawyers have not suggested I ask what documents they were. I’ve turned over the boxes — they’ve turned over the boxes to the Archives.

    Tell us, Richard Epstein, what does any of that mean?  What is it supposed to mean?  Why did Biden’s lawyers draft notes for him to read?

    The conventional wisdom is that Biden’s lawyers told Biden not to ask what is in the documents – that’s Byron York’s take.  But that’s the opposite of what Biden said, and it’s not what the transcript says that Biden said.

    The words from the transcript appear to me to be lawyers trying to tell anyone who asks, “we did NOT tell Biden not to ask what’s in the documents.” (Because that’s what mob lawyers tell their clients, and we don’t want to admit that we’re mob lawyers)

    There’s clearly probable cause to suspect a crime was committed. I want the lawyers who drafted the statement that Biden read to be questioned under oath regarding

    1. what they wrote; and
    2. what they meant by what they wrote.

    I then want them asked – under oath – if they advised their client that his possession of classified documents is a crime. I then want them to explain why none of this was communicated to the DoJ for over two months.

    Something is rotten in the state of Delaware.

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