Ted Cruz demands Biden’s Hidden University of Delaware Papers be searched for classified documents


Senator Ted Cruz is calling on the Justice Department to search President Biden’s senate papers, which have been hidden from the public at the University of Delaware, for more classified documents.

Cruz made the demand during a podcast discussion about the president’s ongoing scandal on Monday.

The Texas senator said a thorough examination of Biden’s Senate papers would be the next logical step in the investigation.

The most recent search of Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware over the weekend uncovered more classified documents, including some from his time representing the Blue Hen State from 1973 to 2009.

“The next step in this scandal will be, okay, if Biden’s Senate documents contain classified documents outside of the secret establishments – which is illegal – then how many more classified documents are illegal in his Senate papers?” Cruz asked.

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Cruz wants Biden’s University of Delaware documents searched for classified documents

Despite the fact that classified documents have been found in multiple locations, multiple times, from multiple time periods during Biden’s political career, the president has maintained that there are “none there.”

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Cruz, however, would like to see if there is anything somewhereand that’s the University of Delaware somewhere.

“The University of Delaware has more than 1,850 boxes of documents from Joe Biden’s tenure in the Senate that he gave to the University of Delaware,” the Republican congressman told his co-host, Ben Ferguson.

“Now the University of Delaware probably doesn’t have them in a SCIF. It doesn’t have them in a safe location.”

“Ben, I am now calling on the Justice Department, the FBI to examine all 1,850 boxes of those Senate files to see how many additional classified documents are in those files,” Cruz announced.

“The answer should be no,” he added. “But given Biden’s pattern, we shouldn’t have any reason [to] have every confidence that there are not multiple classified documents in those 1,850 boxes of senate records.

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University kept those papers hidden

What could make such a search for classified documents at that location particularly explosive is the fact that the University of Delaware has kept those Senate papers secret from media scrutiny.

Critics of the president insist there must be a reason for this.

In 2020, Business Insider requested access to Biden’s senatorial documents at the university “to search for data that may shed light on (Tara) Reade’s allegations” of sexual assault.

Reade, a former staff aide to then Senator Joe Biden, alleged that she was sexually assaulted by him in 1993.

Reade has insisted she filed a complaint regarding the harassment she received at the time (not the actual assault) and that the University of Delaware may have it, along with her bill of divorce and perhaps other documents supporting her accusation.

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“The complaint was left with Biden’s office,” the Intercept reported, “and if it still exists, it’s with Biden’s papers at the University of Delaware.”

“Perhaps if other staffers who have attempted to file complaints were to come to light – why have they been sealed?” Reade questioned in an interview with TSTIME News. “And why aren’t they released to the public?”

Business Insider’s request for the Senate papers was rejected by the University of Delaware stating that they “will remain closed to the public until two years after Mr. Biden retires from public life.”

Biden has vehemently denied Reade’s allegations, stating that the university’s “archives do not contain any personnel files.”

And a search for potentially classified documents does not translate into releasing other personnel documents to the public.

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