(FixThisNation.com) – The House Oversight Committee is focused on investigating the Biden administration’s plan that led to the concealment of the discovery of classified documents in President Biden’s possession from the American public prior to the midterm election. As part of the investigation, Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) told the Breitbart report that they would also be examining the extent to which the U.S. Department of Justice had also cooperated in the concealment.
On Wednesday a Washington Post report alluded that the White House along with the Department of Justice had cooperated in order to stop any allegation of classified documents being mishandled from reaching the American public. That is until CBS News contacted the White House to receive information about the first batch of classified documents which had been found in Biden’s private office in the Penn Biden Center, Washington, D.C.
Comer, who is the chair of the House Oversight Committee, noted that the whole incident was alarming and there were still many questions that remained unanswered.
While the White House, Department of Justice, and the National Archives have been relatively quiet and have not disclosed a lot of the case information to the media there are many speculations that the three had colluded in hiding the reports about the classified documents.
Comer and Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the new chair of the House Judiciary Committee, have been vocally critical of the timeline that the White House has provided regarding the discovery of the documents, including their recovery and informing the media and public of the case.
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