Major Developments have occurred in the story on Joe Biden’s alleged groping and general behavior as Vice President. Judicial Watch filed an FOI request for records during Joe Biden’s tenure as Vice President that stem from an incident where the Vice President “cupped the breasts” of the girlfriend of a secret service agent. The Secret Service could not get the documents that Judicial Watch requested because they had been destroyed under the guise of “retention standards”, however, the Secret Service confirmed in this statement that the documents did in fact exist meaning that the alleged incident happened but to what extent we may never know. More on the FOI request from Judicial Watch:
The lawsuit was filed after the Secret Service failed to respond to a July 14, 2020 administrative appeal challenging its claim that all files related to the 2009 altercation, “ha[d] been destroyed,” due to “retention standards.”
On March 29, 2020, the Gateway Pundit republished a 2017 report alleging that an unidentified Secret Service agent was suspended for a week in 2009 for “shoving Biden after he cupped his girlfriend’s breast while the couple was taking a photo with him.” “The situation got so heated … that others had to step in to prevent the agent from hitting the then-Vice President,” according to the report.
As for the incident itself, Biden is alleged to have groped the girlfriend of a secret service agent while at an event, things escalated from there and the agent received a 7-day suspension after he had to be physically separated by other agents. This incident first came to light when conservative journalist Cassandra Fairbanks published a story containing the testimony of an anonymous Secret Service agent, that is not all that came to light in that interview though. In the same story, Fairbanks reported that Biden was engaged in some “Weinstein level stuff” and would frequently walk around the Vice Presidential residence fully nude in front of agents. Testimony from the agent also suggests that the Secret Service also had to protect its own female agents from Biden on the issue of his alleged misconduct.