Newly released transcripts from Hur investigation expose chilling Biden secrets

Everyone knows that Joe Biden is hiding secrets. But no one could have predicted this.

And now, newly released transcripts from Hur investigation expose chilling Biden secrets.

During his five-hour interview with Special Counsel Robert Hur, President Joe Biden displayed a number of memory lapses that required the intervention of White House lawyers.

For example, he was unable to recall when he was vice president, when his son Beau passed away from cancer, the election of former President Donald Trump, or even the definition of a fax machine.

Prior to Hur’s hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, the whole transcript of the interview—during which Hur questioned Biden about his handling of sensitive information discovered in his possession—was made public.

It seemed to validate some of Hur’s justifications for not pursuing legal action.

Hur said he thought a jury would judge Biden to be just too old and forgetful when he originally released his report.

When Biden was describing the arrangement of his library during the interview, he had trouble remembering the word “fax machine.”

One of the White House lawyers had to step in and help him out.

Later in the conversation, he discussed the death of his son Beau Biden from cancer in 2015.

Although he seemed to know that his son’s illness was the reason he had not run for president while serving as the outgoing vice president, he was unable to pinpoint the exact date of his son’s death.

The transcript reads:

Biden: Well, um … I, I, I, I, I don’t know. This is what, 2017, 2018, that area?

Hur: Yes.

Biden: Remember, in this timeframe, my son is — either been deployed or is dying … And, and so what was happening, though — what month did Beau die? Oh, God, May 30

Lawyer: 2015

Biden: Was it 2015 he had died?
Just shortly after this exchange, Biden couldn’t seem to remember when exactly it was that Trump was actually elected as President.

He said, “Trump gets elected in November of 2017?”

Two people had to correct him and inform him that Trump was elected in 2016.

This appeared to make Biden confused and he replied, “16, 2016, all right, so why do I have 2017 here?”

White House Counsel Ed Siskel stepped in again and said “That’s when you left office.”

Aside from forgetting the name of a fax machine again, Biden also asked, “When did I announce for President?” and, “Well, if it was 2013 — when did I stop being Vice President?”

This is the terrifying reality in America right now:

We have a President who cannot even remember the simplest dates and times and facts.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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