Over the course of the last several weeks, it has become rather apparent that Joe Biden’s administrations, (both his current one and his Vice Presidential team), have a pretty difficult time following the rules when it comes to secure government documents.
You wouldn’t know this by watching the mainstream media, however, as the outrage that they chose to display during the scandal involving keepsakes from the Trump administration ending up at Mar-a-Lago has not been present for Joe’s follies.
Now, in addition to sensitive materials having been discovered in a number of his personal offices and in his home garage in Delaware, important security details regarding Biden’s trip to Ireland have been found simply laying in the streets of Belfast.
Just how bad was it?
The five-page document reportedly contained information on how police officers were deployed around the city and other security plans for Biden’s visit. It was discovered by a listener who called into the BBC’s The Nolan Show.
The caller, who was only identified as “Bill,” said he found the document down the street from his house. He also said it included phone numbers and other “sensitive” information.
This incredibly irresponsible behavior has been a hallmark of Biden World for years, but this latest flap is simply unacceptable.
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