Since his Democratic nomination, Joe Biden can’t help but brag about his decades of experience from helping the African community to standing up for women’s rights. It’s interesting though that Biden would be so fast to discuss women’s suffrage when back in 2017, a former Secret Service official claimed agents had to protect women from the former VP due to “Weinstein level stuff.”
An article published by The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks recounts several incidents involving Joe Biden. The anonymous Secret Service agent stated, “We had to cancel the VP Christmas get together at the Vice President’s house because Biden would grope all of our wives and girlfriend’s asses. He would mess with every single woman or teen. It was horrible.”
The source recalled another altercation where a “Secret Service agent once got suspended for a week in 2009 for shoving Biden after he cupped his girlfriend’s breast while the couple was taking a photo with him. The situation got so heated that others had to step in to prevent the agent from hitting the then-Vice President.”
Seeing as an agent was suspended, Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act, hoping some type of paper trail would appear. After waiting, a response finally came: The file had been destroyed.
What the Secret Service failed to realize was by saying the file had been destroyed was admitting the file existed in the first place. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, “We had not been able to confirm whether the report about the alleged altercation might be true until the Secret Service itself suggested it destroyed records about the incident.”
The exact response to the Judicial Watch’s FOIA states, “[T]here are no responsive records or documents pertaining to your request in our files. The above mentioned file(s) has been destroyed” due to “retention standards.”
Not satisfied by their response, Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit testing the theory to substantiate if the Secret Service did destroy all records of the 2009 incident and why. While the Secret Service stands by its “retention standards,” others are wondering if it wasn’t part of a larger coverup.