The recent discovery of dozens of classified documents found inside a closet at Biden’s office at the UPenn Biden Center has networks such as CNN calling the discovery “embarrassing.”
However, the bigger story in the midst of the Biden Doc Scandal is the timing of the report being released to the public.
The documents were initially discovered on November 2nd, just six days before the midterm election.
After discovering the documents Biden’s attorneys would turn them into the National Archives who would then hand over the documents to the DOJ who kept the matter silent until Monday.
President Trump noticed the strange timing of the documents being released and took to Truth Social to write: “Why didn’t the “Justice” Department announce the Highly Classified documents found in the Biden Office before the election?”
Trump Raises Interesting Question Regarding The Timing of the Biden Doc Scandal pic.twitter.com/s52Cvstiyr
— The Triune Times (@TriuneTimes) January 12, 2023
Trump wasn’t the only person to raise the question regarding the DOJ’s timing of announcing the discovery.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden took to Twitter to write, “The real scandal isn’t that Biden had classified documents coming out of his socks, because sadly they’ve all been doing it.”
Snowden would continue, “The scandal is that the DOJ found out about it a week prior to the midterm elections and chose to suppress the story, conferring a partisan advantage.”
The real scandal isn’t that Biden had classified documents coming out of his socks, because sadly they’ve all been doing it.
The scandal is that the DOJ found out about it a week prior to the midterm elections and chose to suppress the story, conferring a partisan advantage. https://t.co/Zgx5FEpPeH
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) January 12, 2023
Snowden is right, if the scandal had been revealed six days before the mid-term election, Democrats would have seen a major hit at the polls.