One Democrat lawmaker is pushing this wild conspiracy theory to try and defend Joe Biden

Democrats have proven just how far they will go to stand behind their party leaders.

No matter how crazy, criminal, or unhinged, they don’t ever question the authority of their political masters and overseers.

Now one Democrat lawmaker is pushing this wild conspiracy theory to try and defend Joe Biden.

Biden document discovery is “suspicious”

Joe Biden is in the middle of major controversy over his possession and handling of classified documents while he was still campaigning for the Presidency. 

This information comes in the wake of the Midterms and the appointment of a special prosecutor to look into Donald Trump’s handling of classified materials.

Prior to the Midterm election, Democrats and the corporate-controlled press blasted the public with messaging about Trump’s “irresponsible” handling of documents.

But now we know the Biden classified documents were found before the Midterms as well, but hidden from the American people.

And now that it’s been made public, Democrats are singing a different tune.

Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA), told Fox News that the circumstances around the Biden documents seemed “suspicious.” 

He even floated the idea that the classified documents were placed at both locations where they were found, the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Biden Center, and at Biden’s Delaware home.

“Things can be planted” according to Johnson

“Alleged classified documents showing up allegedly in the possession of Joseph Biden,” he stumbled trying to explain that he was “suspicious of the timing of it.” 

The truth is that none of these documents are “allegedly classified” and in fact the White House had already admitted to them being discovered.

“I’m also aware of the fact that things can be planted on people, places, and things can be planted,” Johnson said, adding that the discovery seemed “convenient” to Republicans.

He didn’t stop there though. 

Johnson went on to suggest that political operatives may have broken into the President’s Wilmington home. 

“That may be what has occurred here. I’m not ruling that out. But I’m open in terms of the investigation needs to be investigated,” he said.

Guam is sinking because of the troops

Johnson’s comments might be written off as a random, if bizarre, defense of Biden if it weren’t for Johnson’s previous wild and crazy suggestions.

He once suggested he was concerned about the island of Guam sinking into the ocean due to unsustainable population growth. 

The culprit, in his eyes at least, was the U.S. troop presence on the South Pacific Island.

Johnson actually thought it was so concerning an issue, that he brought it up during a House Armed Services Committee meeting. 

“My fear is that the whole island will become so overpopulated that it will tip over and capsize,” he said to then commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, Admiral Robert Willard.

Of course his concerns were met with silence or laughter rather than any attempt at a serious answer.

But derision doesn’t stop Johnson.

He has also made regular posts on social media about “MAGA terrorists” and thinks Donald Trump is Hitler.  

“Hitler was accepting of violence towards the achievement of political objectives; Trump encouraged violence against protesters at his rallies,” Johnson said in a speech to the NAACP.

It is unlikely Johnson’s latest wild claims go anywhere since it is Biden’s own layers who found the documents.

U.S. Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.