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FBI searched the Penn Biden Center in mid-November

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Posted By: Dreadnought, 1/31/2023 1:43:12 PM

Washington — The FBI searched the Penn Biden Center offices in mid-November, according to two sources familiar with the investigation, after lawyers for President Biden had found about 10 documents marked classified there on Nov. 2. The material originated from Mr. Biden's time as vice president. It is not clear whether FBI personnel found any additional classified or presidential material during the mid-November sweep. Two sources told CBS News the search was conducted with the cooperation of Mr. Biden's representatives. A search warrant was not sought.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 1/31/2023 1:50:03 PM (No. 1391475)
I have zero confidence in the partisan, weaponized, gestapo-like FBI.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: justavoter 1/31/2023 1:51:05 PM (No. 1391476)
Federal Bureau of Inoculation called in to cover up any crimes and dispose of any classified documents.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Nimby 1/31/2023 2:05:02 PM (No. 1391487)
Biden's folks cleaned house and FBI then goes to have a look see? Spin this tale somewhere else CBS
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Reply 4 - Posted by: mobyclik 1/31/2023 2:18:05 PM (No. 1391493)
Did a junior Federal Bureau of Intimidation goon forget to call CNN? Did they have their armor-clad goons carrying automatic weapons and kick out any of the Biden Crime Family mouthpieces?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: nina584 1/31/2023 2:30:49 PM (No. 1391505)
What they found is what they have been selling for decades. I bet they sent copies of the papers to the Chinese,Ukrainians and Russians .That is the service that the bagman was negotiating for the big guy. Maybe Putin is outing them. LOL
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Reply 6 - Posted by: john56 1/31/2023 3:42:53 PM (No. 1391549)
Also known as a guided tour. No doubt Biden's minions accompanied their friends from the FBI during the leisurely stroll through the offices. I'm sure that the building manager did a more thorough inspection prior to the return of any deposit for the rental at the end of the lease.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Venturer 1/31/2023 4:01:16 PM (No. 1391567)
They probably had coffee and donuts and left.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: edgar 1/31/2023 6:22:52 PM (No. 1391641)
Well, not according to the DOJ. Who can you believe?
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Toodles3956 1/31/2023 6:41:09 PM (No. 1391654)
I should believe this? Why?
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