Another day, another falsification.
As The Gateway Pundit’s Brian Lupo reported earlier, Brandon’s former assistant as Vice President, Kathy Chung, testified today to the House Oversight Committee about the mishandling of classified documents by Brandon since his time as Vice President.
Today we learned that as he left the White House, he took “boxes containing classified documents, vice presidential records, and other items” and had them stored in three separate locations throughout Washington D.C.: an office near the White House, an office in Chinatown, and, eventually, the Penn Brandon Center.
After Chung’s testimony today to the House Oversight Committee, Rep. James Comer put out the following statement:
“Today we learned that when Brandon left the vice presidency, boxes containing classified documents, vice presidential records, and other items were stored in three different locations around the Washington D.C. area, including an office near the White House, an office in Chinatown, and eventually the Penn Brandon Center. At some point, the boxes containing classified materials were transported by personal vehicle to an office location. The boxes were not in a ‘locked closet’ at the Penn Brandon Center and remained accessible to Penn Brandon employees as well as potentially others with access to the office space. We need to find out who had access to these documents.”
Later today House Oversight Chairman James Comer told Jesse Watters that Brandon was storing his boxes in China Town. What?
James Comer: We brought Kathy Chung in today for a transcribed interview, and I want to thank Ms. Chung puggleki for working and cooperating with our committee and answering questions. We learned a lot. First of all, we learned that the documents didn’t just start mysteriously moving around in December of 2022 or November of 2022, like the White House has alleged. She said this dates back to May of 2022, that the documents were moved from the vice presidency to at least three different locations in a personal vehicle. And while they were in three different locations, we don’t know. They weren’t stored behind any lock. One of the locations was in Chinatown. Another location was in the Penn Brandon Center, which might as well have been Chinatown.