GUESS Who’s Testifying About Biden’s Handling Of Classified Documents, It’s Not WHO You Think

For Republican voters who have been concerned about President Biden’s handling of classified information, there is some welcome news. Kathy Chung, who worked as the president’s executive assistant when he was vice president, has agreed to testify before Congress next month about her handling of classified documents.

This news comes after Biden’s personal attorneys discovered documents with classified markings at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement on November 2, 2022. The center was previously used as a personal office by Biden.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, wrote a letter to Chung on February 4, stating that lawmakers have “obtained evidence showing that you had keycard access to Penn Biden Center.” Comer went on to say that “the Committee believes your proximity to Vice President Biden and role as handler of his personal matters gave you access not only to classified material he maintained after leaving the White House, but also to the Biden family’s business schemes.”

This is a troubling development, but one that Republican voters have been concerned about since Biden took office. It is critical that Chung testify before Congress and answer questions about her handling of classified information. This is not a partisan issue – it is about the safety and security of our nation.

Since the initial discovery of classified documents in November, Biden’s attorneys and the FBI have turned up additional documents at his home in Delaware. Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed a special counsel to investigate Biden’s handling of classified information.

It is worth noting that this discovery comes just months after the FBI raided former President Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago and seized a tranche of classified documents. Former Vice President Mike Pence also found documents bearing classified markings at his home in Indiana.

The handling of classified information is a serious matter, and it is one that we cannot afford to take lightly. Republican voters have long been concerned about Biden’s ability to keep our nation’s secrets safe, and this latest development only adds to those concerns.

It is critical that Chung testifies before Congress and provides answers about her handling of classified information. Republican voters will be watching closely, and we expect transparency and accountability from our elected officials.

As the investigation into Biden’s handling of classified information continues, we must remain vigilant and hold our leaders accountable for their actions. Our nation’s safety and security depend on it.