The Washington Post reported this last year.

The headline in the Washington Post said it all:

Joe Biden’s Senate records could answer questions about his past actions — but they’re being kept secret

Joe Biden’s effort to make his lengthy experience the central issue of his campaign has been confounded by questions about his actions during almost four decades as a U.S. senator, on issues including criminal justice, busing and the hearings into the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Those questions might be answered in the massive trove of Senate records he donated eight years ago to the University of Delaware under an agreement that they could be made public by early this year.

But the records are being kept secret, following new terms the university posted on its website just before Biden made his presidential campaign official in April.

 In 2011, the then-Vice President Biden donated his Senate papers — he served from his election as senator from Delaware in 1972 until his election as vice president in 2008, a total of 36 years — to his alma mater, the University of Delaware.

The Post reports that the records amounted to “1,875 boxes and also includes 415 gigabytes of electronic records. It includes committee reports, drafts of legislation and correspondence.”

The story then zeroes in on an abrupt change in the agreement between Biden and the university, again with bold print supplied:

Starting in 2011 and for years after, the university had described the terms of the agreement as keeping the papers sealed “for two years after Biden retires from public office.” But this year, on the day before Biden announced his presidential campaign, the university changed the way that it described those terms.

Instead of citing his departure from “public office,” the university said the documents would not be made public until two years after Biden “retires from public life” or after Dec. 31, 2019, whichever is later. It did not define what is considered “public life.”

Got that? Suddenly, with his presidential campaign about to begin, Biden’s Senate papers are now being deliberately hidden from public view. In the Watergate scandal, hiding documents — audio tapes in that case — was quickly and accurately labeled as “stonewalling.” Today, Joe Biden is stonewalling.

This game of hide-the-papers is decidedly relevant in all the brouhaha surrounding President Trump’s phone call to the president of Ukraine, the transcript of which was released Wednesday morning. The transcript shows no “quid pro quo” whatsoever. There was no Trump threat to withhold U.S. aid until information was released on Joe Biden’s efforts to protect his son Hunter from an investigation by a Ukrainian prosecutor.

It is worth noting that on December 8, 2015, no less than the New York Times was raising the very same issue of Biden corruption that President Trump mentioned in his conversation with the Ukraine president.

The headline on the Times story was this:

Joe Biden, His Son, and the Case Against a Ukrainian Oligarch

The Times story said, in part, this:

But the credibility of the vice president’s anticorruption message may have been undermined by the association of his son, Hunter Biden, with one of Ukraine’s largest natural gas companies, Burisma Holdings, and with its owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, who was Ukraine’s ecology minister under former President Viktor F. Yanukovych before he was forced into exile.

Recall Biden’s own account of his dealings with Ukraine, as recorded on video at an appearance before the Council on Foreign Relations. The Hill’s John Solomon reported that story this way:

In his own words, with video cameras rolling, Biden described how he threatened Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in March 2016 that the Obama administration would pull $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, sending the former Soviet republic toward insolvency, if it didn’t immediately fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.

“I said, ‘You’re not getting the billion.’ I’m going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours. I looked at them and said: ‘I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money,’ ” Biden recalled telling Poroshenko.

Well, son of a bitch, he got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time,” Biden told the Council on Foreign Relations event, insisting that President Obama was in on the threat.

Note well that, as Solomon reported, Biden was “insisting that President Obama was in on the threat.”

What we have is an exploding scandal centered on the blatant corruption of the Obama-Biden administration with its dealings in Ukraine. Unlike the Trump release of the transcript of his call with the Ukrainian president, there has been no release of the Obama-Biden papers dealing with Ukraine.

And, it is now evident, with the realization that Biden is stonewalling — after taking steps to hide his own Senate records from public scrutiny — there is every reason to believe that the Obama-Biden Ukraine records will be hidden from the public as well.

Corrupt administration all the way. Obama. Biden. Clinton. Kerry. And more.

Corruption is one of the reasons Laura Loomer decided to run for Congress. She’s planning to take the fight to DC. You can support her here. >

Jewish journalist, Laura Loomer, made her name investigating corrupt politicians such as the Clintons, James Comey, Mad Max, and many others. She was the first reporter to investigate Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib before they were elected. She was deplatformed from Twitter for a post she made stating that Ilhan Omar was anti- Jew and pro Sharia. CAIR (Hamas) lobbied Twitter to remove her. Because a group of Saudi investors own a large chunk of Twitter stock, Loomer was booted from the platform. Facebook and Instagram did the same several months later. Loomer attempted to fight back, but the MSM and RINO’s were to PC to help her out. Michelle Malkin remained in support of her and called out the MSM. Loomer realized if she was going to effect change in this country, she would have to run for Congress to take the swamp head on. She announced a run for Congress last August in President Trump’s home district.

Loomer has filed lawsuits against Big Tech for bias against conservatives, monopolistic behavior through anti-trust, and election interference as they refuse to let her back on social media even as a candidate. Some might say, ‘This doesn’t affect me,’ but I’d say you’re wrong. Another post of mine is about a long term police officer in Florida who got suspended for ‘liking’ a post of his wife’s on Facebook that criticized Omar and Tlaib. Loomer has been suspended from more than just social media for being outspoked. She’s banned from Uber, Uber Eats, Lyft, PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe, medium and several others. She also had her bank account at Chase Banks temporarily closed down.

On 12/28/19, President Trump retweeted a tweet of mine in support of her. This week he’s renting her emails out for fundraising. We’re hopeful that a full fledged endorsement is coming soon as he’s been taking incremental steps. Judge Jeanine, Michelle Malkin, Brandon Straka, Roger Stone, and the Limbaugh teams have endorsed her because of her relentless pursuit of the truth. If you want to help her, please donate anything you can afford. Small amounts are welcome and add up. Some videos below if you’re not familiar with Laura Loomer.

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