Joe Biden wouldn't qualify for a CIA or FBI security clearance

Here's a very interesting question:

If President Joe Biden weren't president, could he still get a security clearance if he applied for a job at the FBI or the CIA?

The answer is a very clear "no."

Biden has been involved in the following:

  • A pressure campaign to get communist China energy executives to pay money.
  • Classified memos improperly stored in an insecure garage.
  • An FBI informant’s allegation of bribery in Ukraine.
  • A false claim of Russian disinformation to sway an election.

"I put it this way," former CIA analyst and National Security Council chief of staff Fred Fleitz said. "If Joe Biden was applying for a job in the CIA, he wouldn't get a clearance given all these ethical conflicts and payments from China."

The reason, Fleitz said, is "because there would be the concern that he might be compromised.”

"Retired FBI Assistant Director for Intelligence Kevin Brock said Biden wouldn’t be an attractive candidate for an FBI agent’s job either, at least from a security perspective," reported JustTheNews.

"Anyone who wants to become an FBI agent has to pass a polygraph specifically designed to determine if the applicant has any compromising entanglements with a hostile foreign power,” Brock said. “If Joe applied and said he had none, the machine might not recover. The closest he’d come to being an agent are those aviator sunglasses."

"Biden continues to deny any wrongdoing, though many of his claims dating to 2019 now conflict with public evidence. His son is prepared to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges later this month, according to court records," reported JustTheNews.