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Former Vice President Mike Pence is “concerned” that the Justice Department has reportedly failed to take into account information about Biden’s alleged crimes. improper handling of classified documents before the November midterm elections.

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“I welcome Attorney General Garland’s decision to appoint a special counsel. If we have a special lawyer looking into the classified material found in Mar-a-Lago, we need a special lawyer for this case, and that’s progress,” Pence said “Kudlowon Thursday: “I don’t understand why it took two months to come to this conclusion, and I’m disturbed by the fact that there are reports that these classified documents were discovered more than a week before the November elections.”

As former Vice President Pence explained that Biden did not have the authority to declassify documents, despite some speculation, and detailed the process he went through at the White House to verify sensitive information.

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“Early in the morning at the vice president’s residence, I got the president’s daily brief,” he recalled, “I got up early. I went to the safe where my military assistant put these classified materials. I would get a presentation of (about) them and then frankly most of the time… I would just put them back in the folder I got them in. called the incineration bag, which my military assistant collected and then destroyed these secret materials – the same goes for the materials that I received in the White House.

The procedure, carried out with a military aide, was a “formal process” for Pence, and he said the “unequal treatment before the law” prior to the appointment of a special counsel “deeply disturbed” him.

“Treatment secret materials and national secrecy is a very serious matter, and as a former vice president of the United States, I can tell from personal experience how much attention should be paid to these materials when you are in office and after you leave it. he told FOX Business, “And clearly that didn’t happen in this case.”

Pence contrasted the Justice Department, which was reportedly considering Biden’s alleged mishandling of classified documents for two months, with “gross abuse” committed on former President Trump during the Mar-a-Lago raid.

“The fact that we have information is that the first batch of classified Biden documents were discovered more than a week before the election and … not only were they not disclosed to the American people who went to the polls on Election Day, but also for two months supposedly the DOJ sat on this information before it was made public to the American people, I don’t understand that,” he said.

“This doesn’t feel like equal treatment before the law to me, and I think those are the questions I expect leaders in the House and Senate will be asking.”