Hunter Biden’s Quarantine: What Secrets Were Revealed?

It’s no secret that Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has been facing intense scrutiny over his business dealings. But now, new information has come to light that raises even more questions about his potential access to classified information.

In a memoir published in April 2021, Hunter Biden revealed that he and other close family members “quarantined” at his father’s home in Wilmington, Delaware on election night in November 2020. Not only was Hunter present at the residence on this significant occasion, but it has also been reported that he has spent time at the home on numerous other occasions.

In December 2020, just four days before the discovery of classified documents at the residence, Hunter was seen traveling with his father from the White House to Delaware. Furthermore, media reports have placed him at the home on at least five other occasions since his father took office.

This information raises serious concerns about whether Hunter had access to classified information, particularly given that the documents discovered at the residence included intelligence regarding Ukraine, Iran, and the U.K.

The White House has stated that the documents were “inadvertently misplaced,” and that the President and his lawyers acted promptly upon their discovery. However, Republicans have expressed skepticism about these explanations and have called for a thorough investigation into the matter.

This is yet another example of the Biden Administration’s lack of transparency and accountability. It is imperative that the American people have confidence in the integrity of their government, and that includes ensuring that classified information is handled with the utmost care and discretion.

It’s time for the Biden Administration to come clean and provide full transparency on this matter. The American people deserve to know the truth about what happened at the President’s Wilmington residence, and whether Hunter Biden had access to classified information.