The National Archives and Records Administration did not meet a deadline that it had to turn over documents to Congress that would have shown if there was any political bias in its handling of an investigation into the current President. The agency was supposed to report to Congress any findings that it had about the role that political bias might have played in its quiet approach to how it handled the investigation into Biden’s handling of classified documents, according to The Blaze. There are rising fears that the NARA might be treating its investigation into Biden differently than it treated a similar investigation into Trump for similar matters. Committee Chair Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) wrote to acting Archivist Wall on January 10 about potential political bias in how the agency has treated its investigation of Biden compared to its investigation of Trump. Comer wrote the following about the situation: [tweet_embed]January 27, 2023[/tweet_embed] “For months, NARA failed to disclose to Committee Republicans or the American public that President Biden—after serving as Vice President—stored highly classified documents in a closet at his office. NARA learned about these documents days before the 2022 midterm elections and did not alert the public that President Biden was potentially violating the law.” He went on to say the following: [tweet_embed]January 27, 2023[/tweet_embed] “Meanwhile, NARA instigated a public and unprecedented FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago—former President Trump’s home—to retrieve presidential records. NARA’s inconsistent treatment of recovering classified records held by former President Trump and President Biden raises questions about political bias at the agency.” Comer pointed out that unlike in the Trump investigation, no armed agents showed up at Biden’s door to get the documents. Other Republicans on the committee also wrote to NARA in August, according to the Blaze, saying: “The seeming weaponization of the federal government against President Biden’s political rivals cannot go unchecked. If NARA is working to further these efforts, it will be only the latest agency to lose its credibility in the eyes of the American people under the Biden Administration.” Committee member Rep. Lisa McClain (R-Mich.) wrote an op-ed about the situation expressing concerns about failures in oversight across the board and about matters related to the handling of investigations into different political figures based on the potential political views of the agents working for NARA and others. All of this is highly concerning to members of the Republican Party and the American people.