These are going to be short(-ish) pings. OSINT research is all over the place right now – God bless us, every one – and my intention is to focus. So I’m not going to do a comprehensive treatment.
Conservatives are justifiably disgusted with the media for double-standard coverage on the reportedly recent discovery of classified documents loosed upon the world by former Vice President Biden when he left office in January 2017. The documents have been somewhere for the last six years; in November, we’re told, some of them turned up in a search by Biden’s “personal” lawyers of his one-time office at the digs of the Chinese-funded (U.) Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington, D.C. In December, more were found at a “separate location” where Biden had office space. And In January, another discovery was made in Biden’s Wilmington garage, where his vintage Corvette lodges.
Update: More material was reportedly (14 January) just found Continue reading “Two pings: On POTUSes with classified docs, and the riddle-wrapped mystery of George Santos”