Ever since Joe Biden began his latest run for the White House, the place where his Senate records are stored, the University of Delaware, has locked those records down and will, not let anyone see them. And one judge wants to know why.
How is it that a publicly-funded university can lock down and hide from the public the 20-year-old records about the political career of our nation’s leader?
Judge Mary M. Johnston of the Superior Court of Delaware wants to know how the University of Delaware thinks it has the power to keep these records a secret?
The University claims that they are still “cataloging” the papers, so they can’t be viewed yet.
“The collection of former Vice President Biden’s senatorial papers is still being processed, with many items yet to be cataloged,” an email from a school spokeswoman said, according to the Washington Times. “The entire collection will remain closed to the public until two years after Mr. Biden retires from public life.”
Judge Johnston is not amused and gave the school 45 days to release the info.
The judge has already pushed this off for two years. Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton wants to know who these university pinheads think they are.
“What he was up to as senator is going to inform us about what he is doing and what he wants to do as president,” Fitton told the paper. “Why was this public university working with this political operation, hiding records to protect then-candidate and now President Biden?”