National Archives Blows Off Comer Over Biden Classified Documents
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, is NOT happy that officials inside the federal government seem to be the only people in America not taking Joe Biden's classified document scandal very, very seriously.
Comer recently requested information relating to Biden's mishandling of the documents, the deadline came and went, and the National Archives Records Administration (NARA) is doing absolutely nothing.
James Comer called NARA's decision to ignore him "very disappointing, very disappointing."
Conversation then turned to a THIRD 2024 hopeful who seems to have accidentally ended up with some documents in his possession that shouldn't have been: Mike Pence.
"Pence is cooperating. We're gonna treat Pence the exact same way we treat Biden. There's a big difference as far Pence offered to cooperate and is showing signs that he's gonna be fully cooperative with our investigation," Comer said.
Pence's cooperation is in stark contrast with the White House, who hid Biden's classified document fiasco for about two months in order to make it through the midterms with as little damage as possible.