Shrouded In Mystery: Secret Service Claims No Records Exist Of Biden’s Delaware Visitors

(Patriot Insider) – There are usually mysteries involving every president who occupies the White House, as there’s a lot of things that go on behind the scenes that the American people just can’t know about due to the fact that it could threaten our national security or other logical reasons for secrecy. We’ve all come to expect that and acknowledge its existence.

However, there must be a balance between top secret information that must be kept under wraps and the transparency that must exist in a presidential administration in order for people to hold their leaders accountable. This is what is lacking from the Biden administration right now, especially as it pertains to visitor records for the president’s Delaware residence, where he’s spent nearly ¼ of his time in office.

The New York Post revealed that the Secret Service has confirmed that it checked once again and still cannot find any sort of records that identify the visitors who have come to President Joe Biden’s Delaware residence. This is a big problem, folks. Very big. We’re talking about national security.

“The agency made the baffling claim in its denial of a Freedom of Information Act appeal from The Post. Secret Service deputy director Faron Paramore wrote in a letter dated Sept. 27 that ‘the agency conducted an additional search of relevant program offices for potentially responsive records,'” the Post reported.

“This search also produced no responsive records,” Paramore stated. “Accordingly, your appeal is denied.”

The Post is currently looking into potential legal options to get their hands on records of who might have paid the president a visit during the almost 200 days he’s spent at both his Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach residences. Biden has spent a whopping 28 percent of his days in office during the first year of his presidency in Delaware, out of the public view. It’s been the same story with his second year.

What is he doing there? Who is visiting him? Is it possible he could be doing more of those deals he did with Hunter Biden that the now infamous laptop alludes to? We need to know.

“Transparency advocates of varying political stripes have fought in court for decades to identify presidential influencers, saying it’s important for the public to know who shapes government policy,” the Post went on to say.

“Congressional Republicans are vowing to aggressively pursue transparency, including with regard to Biden’s link to his family’s consulting businesses, if they retake control of one or both chambers in the November midterm elections,” Steve Nelson, writer for the New York Post, wrote in his piece.

Kentucky Republican Congressman James Comer, who might be the head of the Houses Oversight Committee next year should the GOP take control of the House in the midterm elections next month, says that the Secret Service needs to hand over the records pertaining to the president’s guests.

“The claim that there are no visitor logs for President Biden’s Delaware residence is a bunch of malarkey,” Comer told The Post, co-opting a phrase often used by Biden himself.

“Americans deserve to know who President Biden is meeting with, especially since we know that he routinely met with [first son] Hunter’s business associates during his time as vice president,” Comer announced emphatically. “The Biden administration must provide transparency to the American people.”

Just last year, the Biden administration promised the people of the United States that they would uphold “the highest standards of transparency” and the White House then congratulated itself right after he took office for releasing partial West Wing visitor logs.

In a press release put out by Biden’s press office the administration said, “These logs give the public a look into the visitors entering and exiting the White House campus for appointments, tours, and official business — making good on President Biden’s commitment to restore integrity, transparency, and trust in government.”

“But the White House has firmly refused to release similar records from Biden’s Delaware residences, saying that doing so would amount to an unnecessary intrusion into the president’s private life,” the Post noted.

“Presidents can pick and choose what they reveal about White House visitor logs thanks to a 2013 DC Circuit appeals court ruling written by then-Judge Merrick Garland, who now serves as Biden’s attorney general. Garland wrote for a three-judge panel that the president’s constitutional right to confidential communications means that FOIA doesn’t apply to visitor logs kept by the Secret Service — even though they otherwise would seem to meet the definition of ‘agency records,'” the report detailed.

Garland’s decision concerning White House visitor logs has not been ratified by the Supreme Court, which means that federal courts outside of D.C. are able to come to a different decision.

Given the fact that we have a mountain of evidence to suggest that the current president might have been involved in the selling of political influence along with his own son, it’s critical that the visitor logs for Biden’s residences in Delaware be released so that we can hold him accountable for any corruption he potentially could be involved with.

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  1. Once again the Emperor has set himself above the law, while accusing everyone else of the same thing. Isn’t everybody tired of this moron by now? Behind every questionable thing like this there is always somebody like Garland telling everyone it’s perfectly normal and fine, when it probably was never done before or those who tried failed. That’s because these guys don’t know what obeying the law means. They just do what they want. Bouncing off of the walls of justice when they have to, but then hurtling on to the next collision with reality, seemingly, without a care in the world.


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