July 1, 2022

Delaware Superior Court rules that University of Delaware must explain seal on Joe Biden’s Senate records

President Joe Biden has been in public office for nearly half of a century. The majority of that time was spent in the U.S. Senate — so why are those records being concealed?

A Delaware Superior Court has ruled that the University of Delaware must defend its decision to seal Biden’s Senate records, the Conservative Brief reported. The institution previously agreed to store his archives and keep the contents under wraps.

The Daily Caller and Judicial Watch had made a Delaware Freedom of Information Act request in April 2020 for his records from Biden’s time in the senate, including correspondences. That request was denied and the parties filed suit in July 2020 to unseal the records.

The university has some 1,850 boxes of records from his tenure in congress. However, the institution has been cagey about how they were stored and who was footing the bill. The University of Delaware had only issued a half-hearted affidavit justifying it but now will be compelled to give more information.

“It’s absurd we’re having to sue the University of Delaware just to learn how they’re using taxpayer dollars,” Daily Caller News Foundation Managing Editor Michael Bastasch told Judicial Watch. “Rest assured, with Judicial Watch’s help, we are optimistic we will uncover the truth about why they are seemingly keeping President Biden’s records a secret.”

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton was equally determined to see the records released. “Joe Biden is being protected by the University of Delaware, and the courts are growing impatient with the shell games,” he said.

“Of course, President Biden could end the dispute by simply releasing the details about his Senate records. What is Biden hiding?”

The Biden family is used to having cronies cover up and conceal their misdeeds, so it’s not a far stretch to speculate there is something untoward included in those records. However, the university must now justify its decision to potentially use public funds to do Biden’s bidding.

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charles A wilkins (@guest_1288947)
11 days ago

Joe thinks thinks he has been elected king, WTF, when the impeachment hearing start, lets see just how much king bidenhas to have say about corruption.America has never elected kings, the oath of office taken is to protect and serve, we do not have kings anointed in this country and never will, hope the democrats understand that.

Heather (@guest_1288958)
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11 days ago

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3Xe1ioaiNITxtqNW5CaZEzpxpY4ggtEQJVxO4x0v98I= (@guest_1288948)
11 days ago

true
to protect and SERVE
doing just the opposite
endangering the country and the world
against everything and why is he still there
somebody(s) have been paid off pretty dam good

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11 days ago

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