(RoyalPatriot.com )- Last Thursday, the harpies from “The View” took explaining away Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified records to Tinfoil Hat-level, accusing Republicans of somehow being behind the discovery of the classified records found in the garage of Biden’s Wilmington home.
Co-host Sunny Hostin suggested that the revelation felt like “oppo research” to her. She asked co-host Whoopi Goldberg if it feels “like the Republicans are behind it.”
Goldberg said she thought it felt that way at first, but since Biden admitted that some of the documents had been removed from the White House during the transition, she doesn’t think it was a Republican plot.
Just how insane is Sunny Hostin’s conspiracy theory that even Whoopi Goldberg thinks it’s bonkers?
One of the harpies complained that the discovery of classified documents in Biden’s possession will make it harder for the Justice Department to prosecute former President Donald Trump over the classified documents found by the FBI during the August 8 raid on Mar-a-Lago.
Supposed “conservative” co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin suggested that Joe Biden is helping Trump build his defense, prompting Joy Behar to point out that she has never seen anyone luckier than Donald Trump.
Behar added that just as the Justice Department was “close to getting” Trump, “somehow” the documents appear in Joe Biden’s possession.
But the ladies from “The View” weren’t the only ones to suggest that Biden’s classified documents were planted.
Georgia Democrat Congressman Hank Johnson told Fox News last week that the timing of these documents being “conveniently” discovered was “suspicious”. Johnson said he is aware that “things can be planted,” and while he wasn’t saying that was the case, “I’m not ruling it out.”
Last Thursday, after the White House acknowledged another set of classified documents were found in Biden’s home, Attorney General Garland announced that he had appointed a special counsel to investigate the matter.
Garland announced that Robert Hur, the former Trump-appointed US Attorney in Maryland, will take over from the top DOJ prosecutor in Chicago, John Lausch, who had previously been assigned by the DOJ to investigate the classified documents found.