House Judiciary Committee Recommends Contempt for Biden Ghostwriter

The House Judiciary Committee is making waves with a recent report that recommends holding President Joe Biden’s ghostwriter, Mark Zwonitzer, in contempt of Congress. Zwonitzer has reportedly been uncooperative in providing documents and recordings related to his interviews with Biden, where classified information may have been disclosed.

This development comes hot on the heels of a separate report by Justice Department special counsel Robert Hur, which highlighted Biden’s alleged mishandling of classified documents. The Judiciary Committee sought Zwonitzer’s materials in connection to Biden’s memoir interviews, but so far, he has been unwilling to comply with the subpoena.

In response to Zwonitzer’s lack of cooperation, the Committee announced plans for a contempt resolution markup, signaling their intent to hold him accountable for his refusal to turn over the requested documents. This move echoes the broader frustration within the impeachment inquiry, as House Republicans have faced difficulties in obtaining crucial information from reluctant officials like Attorney General Merrick Garland.

As the drama unfolds, conservatives are sure to be watching closely, eager to see if accountability will be upheld in the face of potential stonewalling and disregard for congressional oversight. The battle over transparency and compliance in the Biden administration continues, with each new revelation adding fuel to the fire of conservative scrutiny.

Written by Staff Reports

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