Two GOP senators are finally trying to expose the corruption of the Biden family.
Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa have asked for the Secret Service’s full travel records on Hunter Biden.
They also called out the agency for not being transparent.
They called them out for “Extensive And Improper Redactions.”
Two top Republican senators want the Secret Service’s full travel records on Hunter Biden and are criticizing the agency for years of missing documents and “inappropriate redactions” — especially related to a controversial Kazakhstan trip plan.
Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa have long sought access to the records on President Joe Biden’s son “and his use of government-sponsored travel while he conducted private business” during Biden’s vice presidency under President Barack Obama. They have specifically zeroed in on records between the Secret Service, Hunter Biden, and his business associates at Rosemont Seneca.
In a new letter to James Murray, the director of the Secret Service, the senators noted that the Secret Service had handed over 259 pages of records but with “extensive” and improper redactions.
“These inappropriate redactions impede our offices’ ability to understand the full scope of the interactions between Hunter Biden, his associates, and the USSS,” Johnson and Grassley wrote. “The USSS hid names and other information contained in email conversations regarding Hunter Biden without any proper legal justification.”
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