Blinken Finds Himself in the Middle of Biden Scandal


Minister of State Antony “Blinky” Blinken suddenly found himself in the middle of the Biden classified documents scandal. He never saw this one coming. Before he was in charge of the Saigon-like botched pullout of Afghanistan and hard at work antagonizing Xi Jinping, Blinky had a job running Joe’s little think-tank. The one where the first batch of classified records were found. He didn’t put them there, he insists. He had no idea they were there and no idea why they even would be in the first place. That’s a good point.

Did Hunter stash the documents?

When Blinky Blinken was asked point blank on Tuesday, January 17, about his involvement with the classified documents found at the Penn-Biden Center, where he served as managing director, he gave a shockingly short and concise answer. That’s a rare event in politics, which makes it noteworthy.

NBC talking head Andrea Mitchell inquired if Blinken “was aware of any reason why classified documents would have been packed and brought to the center while he was there?” He didn’t even blink. “The short answer is no.” That made Mitchell blink so he continued.

Just like Joe said last week, “I was surprised to learn that there were any government records taken to the Penn-Biden Center.” What for? Joe was never even around. “I had no knowledge of it at the time.” He’s probably telling the truth. Likewise, Joe could probably pass a polygraph denying knowledge of classified documents at the site. Or, in his garage and elsewhere in his home.

There’s a glaringly obvious solution and nobody is mentioning it. Hunter put them there. That would prompt the next question, what was Hunter Biden doing with classified records. The crackhead definitely does not have adequate clearance.

Blinken has enough problems on his own so dismissed the whole thing. Pin classified documents on the guys who hid them. He got cornered at a press conference with Britain’s foreign secretary and didn’t like being on the spot over something not his fault.

Glaring at the press, he declared “no knowledge of government records discovered at the Penn-Biden Center at the University of Pennsylvania.” Merrick Garland is handling it and Blinky promises to cooperate fully.

Blinken was there

The only reason he’s being asked is also the only reason he’s got his current job. “Blinken served as the center’s managing director in 2018.” The documents were found at the Washington office on November 2. That was six days before the crucial midterm election but we didn’t hear about it until an investigative journalist broke the news last week. Biden didn’t disclose anything until after the public already knew all about it.

While Blinken had no use for any of the wayward records, and Joe was hardly ever there, others could have been storing the paperwork on the premises. None with proper clearance. Hunter is top of the suspect list.

Fox News recently reported that “On April 25, 2016, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) agent Craig Gering emailed Hunter with ‘confidential notes from our meeting,’ in which Gering listed apparent plans that were discussed for the vice president upon leaving office.

As part of those plans, University of Pennsylvania “has an existing office in DC that will be expanded to house a DC office for VP Biden (and Mike, Hunter and Steve?). Operates like The Clinton Global Initiative without the money raise.” They didn’t need to “raise” money, it was lining up. So apparently, “Mike, Hunter and Steve” also had access to the classified documents. There is a question mark there but…

As Delaware Online wrote back on February 17, 2018, “Biden’s brief discussion about his 2020 deliberations came as he brought foreign policy staffers together to set the 2018 agenda for the newly opened Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement – where many of them are now working, including Colin Kahl, his vice presidential national security adviser, and Steve Ricchetti, his former chief of staff. Eli Ratner, his former deputy national security adviser, and Mike Carpenter, the former Pentagon and State Department official who’s now the center’s senior director.

That nails down who Mike and Steve are and both have an office. Neither of them had access to Joe’s garage.

Logically, the only person with motive, means and opportunity to commit the crime of mishandling classified documents, as currently alleged, would be Hunter Biden. That would also mean that Joe mishandled the same documents by letting Hunter get his hands on them. The timing works out. The records were found when the new legal team was trying to do damage control on Hunter Biden’s image.

They could have been going through Hunter’s boxes of stashed crap when they came across them. Joe isn’t sure if it’s a good thing or not. On one hand it gets him off the hook for leaving them lying around but on the other hand it incriminates him in much more serious crimes.


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