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Biden’s Top Secret Documents Found To Include 2013-16 Ukraine, Iran and the United Kingdom

Jan. 14, 2023, 2022 (EIRNS)—Contrary to the appearance that a few classified documents were misfiled and accidentally turned up in President Joe Biden’s private office, it might well be that the documents were very precisely selected by Biden’s team in January 2017, when he left the Vice Presidency, due to Biden’s extreme exposure in Ukraine in 2013-16. He was Obama’s designated point man on the Ukraine file, before and after the neo-Nazi overthrow of the elected government in Kiev in February 2014.

CNN reports that their “source familiar with the matter” describes the “10 classified documents including U.S. intelligence memos and briefing materials that covered topics including Ukraine, Iran and the United Kingdom.” The only other information is that there was also a memo from Biden to President Barack Obama, as well as briefing memos preparing Biden for phone calls with a) the British prime minister, and b) then President of the European Council Donald Tusk. Further, the source says that the documents were in a folder marked “Personal.” Finally, among this cache of documents, at least some of them are at the highest of three category levels, that of “Top Secret.”

Biden’s activities in the timeframe of the documents, 2013-16, and involving those three countries, circumscribe some very dirty matters. Certainly the trail of Burisma energy company, the company that paid Hunter Biden royally for a largely no-show position, precisely involves Ukraine and Iran. But the inclusion of the U.K. suggests much bigger geopolitical crimes, of the type that might address the present showdown between nuclear powers.

Otherwise, none of the documents so far being located in the garage at Biden’s Delaware home is said to be “Top Secret.”

Documents can be misfiled. And the Department of Justice could have weaponized the issue with their raid on former President Donald Trump’s residence. But if CNN’s “source familiar with the matter” is correct, the substantial issue is whether Biden and/or his team deliberately made off with highly incriminating material, pertinent to the creation of the present showdown of nuclear powers.

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