Secret Service Won’t Hand Over Files On FOIA Request

( President Joe Biden spends a heck of a lot of time at his two residences in Delaware. Old Joe spent 28 percent of his first year in office hiding out in Delaware. And while the White House has publicly available visitors logs, nobody knows who’s visiting Joe when he’s in Delaware.

To that end, the New York Post submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to the Secret Service to get some answers. But according to the Post, the Secret Service claimed it has “no records” of visitors for either of Joe’s Delaware residences.

Secret Service officer Kevin Tyrrell told the Post that the agency’s FOIA Office ran a search of all Program Offices that would be likely to contain such records of visitors and nothing was located.

Really? Nothing?

The Secret Service is charged with protecting the President and his family. The agency would have to vet anyone who stepped foot inside Biden’s Wilmington home and beachfront vacation home. So how could the Secret Service have no records of visitors? Unless, of course, the Secret Service was instructed not to put anything in writing.

As the New York Post pointed out last week, Biden occasionally mentions how houseguests influence his policy views. Earlier this year, the president recounted a conversation around his Delaware kitchen table with his wife’s sister and “a good friend named Mary Ann” who asked him what he was going to do about the price of meat.

The Secret Service wants us to believe that nobody made a record of Jill’s sister and a friend named Mary Ann visiting the Bidens in Delaware.

During the Trump administration, the group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) sued to obtain records from when a Japanese delegation visited the former president’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida. Though, the records they secured weren’t especially detailed. At the time, CREW said the Secret Service admitted that they weren’t vetting the president’s Mar-a-Lago meetings, the Trump Organization was.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, who has also sued for the Delaware visitor logs, accused the Secret Service of trying to keep that information from the public by arguing that Biden’s Delaware logs belong, not to the Secret Service, but to the Biden White House.

Fitton argues that the Secret Service obviously knows and keeps track of the President’s visitors in Delaware, but the agency is “playing a shell game” to keep that information hidden.