Former FBI assistant director of Intelligence says the FBI should do a damage report on Biden family
'This is very important from a counterintelligence standpoint,' Kevin Brock said.
Former FBI Assistant Director of Intelligence Kevin Brock said that the FBI should do a damage report on President Joe Biden due to the mishandling of classified documents.
"It's not just a good idea," said Brock on the Thursday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "It's imperative. It has to be done. Americans are disturbed enough at what seems to be the careless handling of classified documents by people most senior in our government."
The Democratic president has been under increased scrutiny since the recent disclosures about such documents being found at his Delaware home and in an office he used after serving as vice president.
"This is very important from a counterintelligence standpoint," Brock explained. "It's important to draw a correlation between why those documents were chosen to be removed from classified environments and taken home and then assess what was in those documents, particularly in light of the fact that in President Biden's case, they were in a private residence, where other people had direct access."
Brock pointed out that not only were these documents in unsecured places, but Biden's son Hunter clearly had access to them.
"Republicans have pointed out the fact that his son, Hunter Biden, had theoretical access to these documents," said Brock. "And they're gonna want to know whether or not there's a correlation between what's in the documents and what was used by Hunter Biden to gain business."
"I would say, as a final point that just based on what's publicly known, there's probably more predication that exists today to launch an investigation along these lines than there ever was to launch the Crossfire Hurricane Investigation," Brock later concluded.