It was just made official. Former Vice President Joe Biden has gone into hiding — he doesn’t want you to see his entire career exposed. He knows the political game would be over.
“Thousands of documents pertaining to Joe Biden’s nearly 40-year career in the U.S. Senate are still unavailable to the public after one of the preliminary release deadlines … passed on Tuesday,” reported Breitbart.
This deadline was agreed to by Biden himself, which allowed for his papers to be made available through the University of Delaware on December 31, 2019, but the parameters changed.
According to Breitbart, the day before Biden announced his presidential campaign on April 15, the university issued a statement that left the situation significantly more open-ended.
The university said Biden’s papers would be available on Dec. 31 or “two years” after he “retires from public life,” and no details were given on what “public life” even meant.
For many people, this will only confirm their skepticism of Biden — who served in Congress from 1973 to 2009. He is acting like someone with a lot to hide, is he not?
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