Biden Family Under the Microscope Amid Lengthy White House Stays

Joe Biden’s tenure as president has been marked with all kinds of strange occurrences. From his tendency to forget things while talking to the various criminal allegations against members of his family, there’s no shortage of things for Americans to be rightfully concerned about.

Lately, news about his son, Hunter Biden, and the various issues he’s having continue to make headlines. There are also reports that some higher-ups in the federal government are working with the president to make sure Hunter gets by with all of the alleged crimes he’s committed.

Now, there’s a microscope on the amount of Biden relatives who’ve made the White House their new home, according to Free Beacon.

A Quandary to Unpack

So far, Biden, his son, his granddaughter, and others tied to his family have been documented as taking up residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Hunter’s presence at the White House is being chalked up to his efforts to avoid getting served legal papers. However, in the case of the president’s granddaughter and others, things are more unclear.

There’s nothing inherently unlawful about Biden’s relatives living in the White House to this extent. However, it does pose security concerns. They could very easily end up stumbling into the West Wing, which would subsequently expose them to official meetings and serious business.

Of course, the White House isn’t sharing anything with the public about the living arrangements of the president’s family.

More of the Same to Come?

Right now, Biden is running to remain in the White House for another four years. If he succeeds, it’s very safe to assume that his relatives will continue taking up refuge at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as they please.

In the meantime, the public has a right to keep seeking answers as to what’s going on and what the Biden family is potentially up to.

This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.