New proof of Biden tampering with major evidence could completely change his case

The Biden family is willing to do whatever it takes to cover up their corruption. But everyone was shocked when they heard this news.

Because new proof of Biden tampering with major evidence could completely change his case.

In a shocking revelation, it has come to light that Joe Biden’s ghostwriter, Mike Zwonitzer, admitted to deleting audio recordings from interviews with the president.

This action was taken at least partially due to Special Counsel Robert Hur’s investigation into whether Biden mishandled classified documents after his tenure in the Obama administration.

The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project released a transcript on Thursday morning detailing Zwonitzer’s interview with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) last year.

During the interview, Zwonitzer acknowledged that his decision to delete the recordings was influenced by the ongoing investigation, although he claimed that deleting audio files was a routine practice for him.

“The outside observer is going to look at this and say, Mark Zwonitzer, President Biden’s friend, ghostwriter, collaborator learned of the special counsel’s investigation, saw this was happening and then deleted all these audio recordings,” the FBI agent said.

“I just need the truth on this one … That was part of your motivation, at least something you were aware of when you did this?”

“I’m not going to say how much of the percentage it was of my motivation,” Zwonitzer replied.

He admitted he was aware of the investigation and expressed concern about the possibility of being hacked. He worried that the audio could be spread across the internet, particularly due to the “personal stuff and emotional stuff about Beau,” Biden’s late son.

Zwonitzer said that out of an abundance of caution, he “took the audio files subfolder from both the G drive and [his] laptop, and slid them into the trash.”

Zwonitzer further claimed that deleting audio files was a standard practice for him, not just in Biden’s case.

“I generally save transcripts but I haven’t over the years ever saved audios,” he stated.

However, his admission that he deleted the files after becoming aware of the investigation raises significant concerns about the motivations behind his actions.

It has been alleged that Biden may have shared the contents of some classified documents with Zwonitzer during their interviews, potentially breaching national security.

In March, Special Counsel Robert Hur testified that Zwonitzer “tried to destroy the evidence,” adding weight to the allegations against Biden.

This revelation comes at a time when President Biden is already facing mounting criticism over his handling of classified documents and his administration’s transparency.

The fact that his ghostwriter felt compelled to delete audio recordings in light of an investigation only adds to the perception of impropriety and potential cover-up.

Republican lawmakers have seized upon this development, calling for further scrutiny and accountability.

Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH), a vocal critic of the Biden administration, stated, “This is a clear example of the lengths to which the Biden administration and its allies will go to protect themselves from scrutiny. The American people deserve to know the truth about what is in those classified documents and why they were mishandled.”

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) echoed Jordan’s sentiments, emphasizing the need for transparency and accountability.

“The deletion of these audio recordings raises serious questions about what the Biden administration is trying to hide. We need a thorough investigation to get to the bottom of this,” Cruz said.

The controversy surrounding Biden’s handling of classified documents and the subsequent deletion of audio recordings by his ghostwriter further undermines the credibility of his administration.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics for updates on this developing story and more.

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