Surprise! Visitor Logs to Biden’s Delaware Home Actually Do Exist
Remember the game show “To Tell the Truth?” That’s what the Biden Administration is playing every time White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre steps behind the podium for a press briefing.
Recently, when several classified documents were found in one of President Biden’s offices as well as his garage in his Delaware home, Karine Jean-Pierre had trouble getting her story straight.
The documents next to the Corvette in Biden’s Wilmington garage were especially troubling because of the amount of time he has been there during his presidency.
So several reporters have asked if the White House had access to the visitor logs from that location. They have also asked if that information will be released to the public.
The White House press secretary at first told them that the visitor logs did not exist.
Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked KJP, “When will the White House release a log of visitors to the Wilmington house?”
When KJP said the logs didn’t exist, Doocy pressed again, “There are no visitor logs chronicling who comes and goes from the president’s house in Wilmington.”
Well, well, well, it turns out that the logs do exist and the Secret Service knows exactly who has come and got from the Biden home this whole time. They are now ready to turn them over.
Fox News reported, “The U.S. Secret Service is prepared to offer names of individuals who visited President Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware, home if requested by Congress.
The White House continues to insist that there are no “formal” visitor logs for the personal residence, but that is not the information coming from the Secret Service. They collect information on all guests who have access to the home.
So mark this down as just another bungling of Jean-Pierre’s information as press secretary and another mistake in Biden’s classified information scandal. All we seem to get is more and more misinformation and stonewalling from the White House.