Joe Biden is in a legal fight to hide one smoking gun that could turn 2024 upside down

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Joe Biden is reeling after he turned into the worst debate performance in history.

He’s trying to stop his floundering re-election campaign from taking any more political hits.

Now Joe Biden is in a legal fight to hide one smoking gun that could turn 2024 upside down. 

Joe Biden is trying to hide an audio recording of his mental decline

The first debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump on CNN shocked the political world.

Biden’s mental decline was put on full display for the world to see.

As bad as that performance was by him, there’s another almost certainly worse display of his mental decline out there.

Special Counsel Robert Hur’s investigation into Biden for stealing classified documents exposed the shocking details about the President’s mental decline.

Hur declined to file charges against Biden even though he was guilty because no jury would convict him because he’s an old man with a bad memory.

He conducted a two-day recorded interview with Biden last October, where transcripts of that conversation revealed the shocking reality about the President.

Biden couldn’t remember basic details like what years he served as Vice President and when his son Beau Biden – who he frequently talks about – died of brain cancer.

The transcripts of that interview were released by the Justice Department, but they refused to make the audio recordings public.

Everyone knows what Biden said, but they don’t want anyone to hear him saying it.

Those tapes would be worse for Biden than the shocking performance he turned in on the debate stage.

The battle for the audio recordings of the Hur-Biden interview

Biden claimed executive privilege over the audio recordings, which was ridiculous because what was said on them is already public record.

Attorney General Merrick Garland refused to turn over the audio recordings of the Hur-Biden interview after a lawful subpoena from House Republicans.

That’s why House Republicans voted to hold in criminal contempt of Congress.

The Justice Department declined to file charges against Garland in the case.

Now Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) is taking the Biden Justice Department to court to get the audio recordings.

“We are going to file a suit next week against the – against the Department of Justice to enforce that subpoena,” Johnson told reporters. “We’ll go to district court here in D.C., which is the appropriate venue, and we will fight vigorously to get it.”

Representative Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) is pursuing another angle against Garland to get the tapes.

She’s trying to force a vote on an inherent contempt resolution that would authorize the House Sergeant-at-Arms to arrest Garland.

It’s a move that hasn’t been used since the 1930s.

Luna said that Garland could avoid this if he handed over the recordings.

“I also want to make it clear, though, that this is of Garland’s choosing,” Luna said. “Again, no one is above the law. And if he chooses to go down this path, then we will.”

She predicted that if the Hur-Biden interview was made public, it would force his cabinet to remove him from office via the 25th Amendment.