Homebody: No Wonder Biden Has No Time To 'Interact' With Citizens

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 21 January 2022 05:15
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In his presidential address last night, Joe Biden was asked why he has not had the time to interact with citizens, however, records show that he had plenty of time, but preferred to spend it in the comforts of his home surrounded by, well no one knows but him.

President Biden spent 28 percent of his first year as Commander-In-Chief back home in Delaware, concerning transparency advocates who say that he exempted his homes from visitor log disclosure, essentially shutting the public out of knowing with whom he was meeting. Donald Trump was blasted by Congress for having private dinner's at Mar-A-Lago on occasion, and congress even threatened to sue for the records of who he met with, so why does Joe get a pass?

His press representatives explained that Biden, who returned to the White House on Monday night from his house in Wilmington, simply likes being home.

Though critics are worried about who may be seeking to influence public policy while paying Biden or his family a visit.

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“Generally speaking, the American people have a right to know what the president is up to. This president specifically changed policy to presumably disclose who’s been visiting the White House,” announced Tom Fitton, president of conservative legal group Judicial Watch, which for years has battled for White House visitor log transparency.

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“The decision to keep secret who is visiting Delaware makes a mockery of that transparency. It turns it into a joke,” Fitton stated.

Biden spent at least part of 101 days of his first year in office in Delaware — almost always at either his primary residence in Wilmington or his vacation home in Rehoboth Beach.

Despite promising to lead the most transparent Administration yet, Biden is increasingly taking flak for being out of public view while providing fewer interviews and press conferences than predecessors. He will deliver his second solo White House press conference Wednesday — the last day of his first year in office.

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The Biden White House initially applauded itself last year for resuming the partial release of visitor logs, stating in May, “These logs give the public a look into the visitors entering and exiting the White House campus for appointments, tours, and official business — making good on President Biden’s commitment to restore integrity, transparency, and trust in government.”

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Though White House press secretary Jen Psaki clarified to The Post in August that there would be no visitor logs released from Biden’s Delaware residences.

“I can confirm we are not going to be providing information about the comings and goings of the president’s grandchildren or people visiting him in Delaware,” Psaki announced.

The Obama Administration in 2009 started releasing some visitor logs as a matter of policy to resolve lawsuits from the Liberal group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. President Donald Trump in 2017 discontinued the practice, naming it phony transparency due to officials redacting a lot of names.

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Presidents can pick and choose what they disclose about visitor logs thanks to an appeals court ruling that Attorney General Merrick Garland wrote as a judge in 2013. Garland wrote that a President’s constitutional right to confidential communications means that the Freedom of Information Act doesn’t apply to visitor logs held by the Secret Service.

The Trump White House made full use of Garland’s ruling to abandon disclosure of logs.

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