This Biden ally made a shocking confession that left Biden pale as a ghost

Joe Biden’s presidency is hanging by his thread. His list of friends is growing thinner by the day.

And this Biden ally made a shocking confession that left Biden pale as a ghost.

Joe Biden’s administration will go down as one of the most scandal-ridden in American history.

Under his watch, the FBI has targeted Americans for their political views, raided Donald Trump’s home, and attempted to influence political opinions through social media.

The border is the most porous it has ever been, with over 6 million illegal immigrants flooding over since Biden took office.

Worst of all, Biden is embroiled in a classified documents scandal that seems to be growing by the day.

It’s common knowledge now that Joe Biden possessed Top Secret information in multiple locations, including a think tank and his home’s garage in Wilmington, Delaware where his son Hunter Biden had access.

Biden came down with an iron fist on Donald Trump for supposedly bringing classified information to Mar-a-Lago only to have an even worse scandal blow-up in his face.

And now major allies in the Democrat Party are jumping for life from Biden’s sinking ship.

According to the Associated Press, Democratic senators scheduled to appear on Sunday television shows were grilled about the newest developments in Biden’s presidency.

Most were discovered less than 24 hours after the FBI raided Biden’s house in Wilmington, Delaware, on Friday, discovering more documents with classified markings and seizing some of his handwritten notes, according to Breitbart News.

Biden should be “embarrassed by the situation,” said Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the Senate’s second-ranking Democrat, telling CNN that the president has given up the moral high ground on an issue that has already implicated former President Donald Trump.

Durbin went on to argue that blame for the litany of lies and half-truths ultimately falls on Biden’s shoulders:

“Well, of course. Let’s be honest about it. When that information is found, it diminishes the stature of any person who is in possession of it because it’s not supposed to happen. … The elected official bears ultimate responsibility,” Durbin said.

Attorney General Merrick Garland has assigned special counsels to investigate the most recent cases.

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va said the president “should have a lot of regrets. … You just might as well say, ‘Listen, it’s irresponsible.’” 

The president told reporters on Thursday he had “no regrets” over how and when the public learned about the documents and that there was “no there there.”

The US Justice Department is not convinced by that statement and has stated that it will continue to look for more classified intel.

The new chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., who was interviewed on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” said he took Biden “at his word when the first set of documents were found. … But now this is gone from just simply being irresponsible to downright scary.”

White House officials are reportedly skeptical about how Biden’s classified document problem was released to the press so rapidly after only a small group of White House and DOJ officials were aware of the initial transgression(s).

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