Steve Bannon says that Democrat US Attorney General Merrick Garland is in a ‘jam’, and his recent guest, attorney, and founder of Article 3 project, Mike Davis told Bannon on Thursday that impeachment could be even in the future for Garland.
The two discussed on the popular War Room program the recent developments around Joe Biden being caught with classified documents that Davis said Biden ‘stole’ when he was the Vice President in the Barack Obama administration.
“The Vice President, like anyone else, can not take any records, so that is the issue. Joe Biden absolutely stole records, including Presidential elections, and he moved them twice. The FBI needs to do a raid on his home and offices to find all of the documents,” Adams said, adding:
“Biden would know who had access to all of the documents at all of the unrestricted places he took them to,” according to Davis, FORMER: Chief Counsel for Nominations, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary and former Law Clerk, Justice Gorsuch.
As David pointed out, Garland opened a highly suspicious investigation into the way President Donald J. Trump handled Presidental documents after he left the White House.
Davis has been hammering Biden on this topic all week, pounding the fact that the behavior of Trump with classified documents is very different than the behavior of Biden with classified documents:
Classified Docs Are a HUGE Problem For Biden! https://t.co/uS6lcdCQbG
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) January 13, 2023
“Biden needs to put our national security ahead of the personal political agenda, ” Davis told Bannon about why Biden needs to cooperate, adding what is on the minds of many people about why Garland had a special counsel over what President Donald J. Trump as President and didn’t for Biden.
“Why do we have two systems of justice? Trump had the power under the presidential records act, as the President took his records with him and took them to a secure place with secret service protection. When Biden took papers as Vice president, he did not have permission to take them as Vice President. Biden is clearly compromised by taking money from foreign countries, so our nation’s security is clearly at risk,” Davis added.
“We know the Biden family committed unsavory actions. These facts surrounding the Biden family hiding top secret documents at their house in Deleware are very concerning and a danger to the country’s national security,” Joe Hoft reported for Gateway Pundit, adding more details about the segment with Davis and Bannon.
Attorney Mike Davis explained on Steve Bannon’s War Room that these documents at his home were stolen by Joe when he left office in 2017.
Steve Bannon asked Davis to clarify the word “stole.” He noted that no one has ever “accused President Trump of stealing records.”
Hoft went on, emphasizing the important – take away points of this situation:
The former Vice President Joe Biden did not have these same privileges as Vice President as Presidents do.
The President can take Presidential records when he leaves office, whether they’re classified or not. No one else can.
“Vice President Joe Biden absolutely stole government records. He absolutely stole classified records when he left office by the mere fact that they are in his possession. He moved them at least once when he left office, on January 20, 2017. He moved them again when he moved into the Biden Penn Office at 101 Constitution Avenue in February of 2018.
“Biden apparently has other stolen records at another location, and what is more frightening is that we have no idea who has visited the Biden homes in Delaware because the Secret Service claimed months ago that they have no records of visitors.,” Hoft added.
Watch the War Room footage of Bannon and Davis:
Fox News also reported on the differences between Trump’s actions and Biden’s actions as well, establishing that what Biden did as Vice President is not the same as what Trump is being accused of doing as President:
Republican Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson are pressing the White House over its interpretation of federal records laws after the discovery of classified records from President Biden’s time as vice president at the Penn Biden Center and another undisclosed location.
According to a letter Wednesday to Richard Sauber, special counsel to Biden, first obtained by Fox News Digital, the senators question whether Biden properly followed the Presidential Records Act.
“The discovery of these documents raises questions about whether then-Vice President Joe Biden properly followed the Presidential Records Act and the possibility that other documents have not been properly archived,” they wrote.
The senators state that in July 2021 and June 2022, they asked the White House about Biden’s use of a non-government email for government business and communication with his son, Hunter.
Grassley and Johnson said the White House responded on June 28, 2022, stating, “I can say that the Biden/Harris Administration recognizes and understands the federal records laws.”
“The Biden Administration may understand the federal records laws but it does not appear that they were properly followed by then-Vice President Biden,” they wrote.
“In light of the recent news regarding the inappropriate storage of classified documents, the White House must immediately provide transparency relating to then-Vice President Biden’s archiving of records,” they concluded, demanding all info by Jan. 25.