Lawsuit could force release of Biden's special counsel interview

 May 18, 2024

A while ago, Joe Biden sat down for an interview with special counsel Robert Hur, and Hur determined that Joe Biden's mental abilities were showing signs of decline.

It appeared as though Hur was implying that Biden shouldn't be held accountable for his actions, but in the process brought doubt to the front of America's minds that our aging president is able to carry out his duties effectively.

Ever since the interview happened, America has been dying to hear the tape.

Obviously, Democrats have blocked it from ever going public, but that might change in the near future. reports that the Heritage Foundation's Oversight Project's lawsuit against the Department of Justice might be the thing that makes the audio go public:

Even before President Biden moved to formally block its release, the Heritage Foundation's Oversight Project sued the Department of Justice for the audio recording of Biden's interview with Special Counsel Robert Hur during the DOJ's probe of the president's mishandling of classified documents. After President Biden announced Thursday morning that he would invoke executive privilege to prevent the audio's release, the legal efforts by Heritage to obtain the tapes have become even more critical.

Let's pray this lawsuit accomplishes its goal, because we're all dying to hear what Biden said behind closed doors.