They keep flip-flopping. But we’re not supposed to think it has anything to do with running defense for the Bidens.
Government watchdog Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in April 2021 regarding the gun reportedly owned by Biden and disposed of in a dumpster in 2018.
The Secret Service initially told Judicial Watch that they had located records related to their inquiry, but a year later in October, after a September FOIA lawsuit by the government watchdog organization, the presidential protection agency changed its tune.
Judicial Watch was told by the Secret Service in October that the response a year prior was sent in error and they did not have records related to the request.
A month later, the Secret Service flipped again, telling the Washington, D.C., district court on Nov. 10 that they located over 100 records totaling over 400 pages that could be responsive to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request.
When asked about the changes in their story on Hunter Biden’s gun investigation records, the Secret Service declined to comment, citing their policy of not commenting on pending litigation.