Mike Pence, the former Vice President of the University of Pennsylvania, criticised the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI’s) “double-standard” after it was revealed that Biden had kept classified documents while he was vice-president.
Hugh Hewitt Show: Former vice president appeared in public. He criticised the FBI’s “double-standard” approach to Trump’s Florida home investigation. Trump was searched to see if any classified material had been left from his time at White House. Ten classified documents that Biden had been using as a vice-president were not discovered.
Pence reiterated his criticisms against the FBI in their raid on Mar-a-Lago last summer, saying he was “deeply troubled by that action” before adding that he is “troubled” that they now have “a double standard.” ”
Pence claimed that the FBI had overstepped their bounds. Pence also stated that an FBI search warrant was executed at the home of a former President.
Pence was referring to the FBI agents’ raid on Trump’s Florida home last summer. CBS News Monday reported that documents marked classified were discovered at Biden’s Vice-Presidential Office at Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement Washington. This is close to Capitol Hill.
According to the report:
Sources familiar with the inquiry stated that Attorney General Merrick Galrland sent the U.S. attorney from Chicago to examine classified documents at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomatic and Global Engagement in Washington. CBS News discovered that the FBI was also involved.
Richard Sauber, special counsel to the president, confirmed that the material had been identified by Mr. Biden by his personal lawyers Nov. 2, just before the midterm election.
Sauber claimed that the National Archives were informed by the White House counsel Nov. 2, the day after the discovery of the material. They took possession of the material the following morning.
Shortly after publication of the report, Trump responded via his Truth Social account. He then asked: “When will FBI raid Joe Biden’s many homes?” Trump replied that documents taken from Biden’s home were “declassified” and that Biden’s “documents weren’t declassified.”