March 7, 2021

Biden transition team freaks out, demands Pentagon briefings no longer be delayed

On Friday, reports emerged indicating that briefings and meetings between the Department of Defense and President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team would come to an immediate halt pending the upcoming Christmas holiday season and would resume afterward as part of a mutual agreement.

However, according to the Washington Times, Biden’s transition team reported that no such agreement was in place. Adding to that, the transition team demanded that the briefings and meetings immediately resume in order to prepare the incoming administration to resume business as usual when Biden takes the keys to the White House in January.

As the news of the paused Pentagon cooperation broke, acting Defense Secretary Christopher C. Miller pushed back on reports that they were intentionally stonewalling Biden’s team, releasing a statement in which he said that the Pentagon is heavily focused on COVID-19 vaccine distribution and other tasks, along with the coming holiday season.

“After the mutually agreed upon holiday pause, which begins tomorrow, we will continue with the transition and rescheduled meetings from today,” Miller said. “Again, I remain committed to a full and transparent transition —this is what our nation expects and the DoD will deliver AS IT ALWAYS HAS.”

Miller also indicated that the DoD has granted hundreds of interviews and other briefings, as well as having turned over thousands of documents, claiming that his department has gone above and beyond over prior presidential administration transitions.

Yohannes Abraham, one of the Biden transition team’s top officials, said that he believed the DoD would reverse their decision to halt the briefings and suggested that he believes they will resume “immediately.”

Abraham also added that while a number of DoD personnel they’ve worked with have been nothing but professional, some of the political appointees in the department have resisted working with the Biden transition team, according to CBS News.

The apparent rift between the two groups comes as President Donald Trump continues to insist that the 2020 election was “rigged” and “stolen” due to alleged ballot and voter fraud in a number of key battleground states.

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  1. What Constitutes a proven case of Voter Fraud?? They say Trumps team has not proven Fraud!! When a 114+ year old man that died in 1985 Votes in the 2020 Election, is this not Fraudulent Voting??

    1. When you have more ballots than registered voters and they’re all for Biden you have definitive proof of election fraud and that’s just the beginning of the litany of a tsunami of evidence being categorically denied as nonexistent by the Biden cabal.

  2. I hope they uncover all involved in the cover up and election fraud not only exposing all but locking everyone of them up. So sad when crooks and cheaters resort to this behavior and then the supposed MEDIA of AMERICA who claim to be unbiased not only showed their true colors but participated in the fraud. They should all be fined and lose their FCC license to all broadcasting. America might not be perfect but we are one not to be toyed with in anyway. We will root out the guilty and prosacute them!

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