Joe Biden’s special assistant Ian Sams spoke to MSNBC after it was revealed DOJ investigators found 6 more classified documents at Biden’s Wilmington home on Friday.
Biden ‘consented’ to the search, according to reports.
There was no subpoena and no warrant.
The search was conducted by FBI agents under US Attorney for Chicago John Lausch.
Biden is currently huddling with several aides at his Rehoboth Beach vacation home so he threw his nervous spokesperson out to the wolves while he hides and refuses to answer questions from reporters.
MSNBC asked Biden’s spox how many classified documents have been recovered across all three locations.
Joe Biden stored top-secret files with the “sensitive compartmented information” (SCIF) designation at Penn Biden Center in DC (found on Nov. 2).
Lawyers discovered more classified documents at Joe Biden’s Delaware home – in the garage next to his Corvette (found on Dec. 20).
Additional documents stored in Biden’s library were discovered on January 12 and again on January 20.
We don’t know how many classified documents have been recovered because Joe Biden and the DOJ are hiding information from the public.
“Can you give us a sense of how many classified documents we are now talking about total across all three locations?” MSNBC asked Biden’s special assistant Ian Sams.
“Actually, the answer to it is a little bit complicated because of this point that I’m making of the integrity of an ongoing Justice Department investigation,” Ian Sams said.