Skip to comments.CNN: The Medal of Freedom Ate Biden's Document Homework!
Posted on 01/13/2023 9:36:44 AM PST by governsleastgovernsbest
Of all the lame excuses . . .
CNN This Morning came up with a laughable one today. CNN White House correspondent MJ Lee blamed Biden's "hectic, crazy" schedule during his final days as Vice President for classified documents winding up in Biden's personal possession.
Among the items on Biden's "hectic, crazy" schedule making it so, so difficult to handle the classified documents in a proper manner, Lee cited:
"the surprise Medal of Freedom ceremony that was given to him by the president then, President Barack Obama."
Seriously? How long could that take? In contrast with Biden's predilections, Obama presumably didn't even pause to sniff Joe's hair as he hung the medal around his neck
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Yup: the Medal of Freedom ceremony made Biden so busy, he was literally forced to stash top secret documents in the garage next to his ‘Vette.
Ping to Liberal Media Criticism list.
There is definitely a whole new genre of memes that can come from that photo now....
Most folks don’t know this. But Medal of Freedom winners are allowed to take secret documents home with them. It’s one of the perks.
(Okay, I just made that up. Maybe CNN will read my comment, and offer me a high-paying job. I could then spout silly nonsense without thinking all day long.)
JOE BIDEN has been in USA politics for over 40 years.
IF ANYONE should know the rules for WHOM can have classified materials——
WHOM can De-Classify such materials——
HOW such materials MUST be protected & STORED-—
It is BIDEN
He is wrong-—has been wrong—and will ALWAYS be wrong.
Trump had powers Biden didn’t have.
Still waiting for the word “sloppy”.
You’re right on every point.
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