Kathy Chung who packed the Biden documents and moved them to Chinatown, currently serves as the Deputy Director of Protocol for the Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.
Maria Bartiromo reported this morning on her show Sunday Morning Futures, that the person who packed then Vice President Biden’s classified documents was Kathy Chung, an assistant recommended for the job by Hunter Biden.
In searching for information about Ms Chung’s background, it has come to our attention that she currently serves as the Deputy Director of Protocol for the Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and has served a number of Democrat senators in the past, including Senators Ted Kauffman D-Del, and Mark Udall D-Colo.
More curiously, Ms Chung has turned up in the news on Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop. In 2015, she CC’d Hunter Biden at his Rosemont Seneca Partners firm on an email containing phone numbers for the Clintons, senators, and most of the Obama cabinet. Why would the assistant to the Vice President sent personal cell phone numbers for top US government officials?
Interestingly, no news agency has been able to obtain a photograph of Ms Chung.
When Maria asked Devin Nunes how it would be possible for someone to move classified documents from the White House, out of the secure locations, through DC, including Chinatown, and ultimately to the Penn-Biden center, Nunes responded “it’s not possible unless you’re breaking the law.”
Nunes went on to describe a precise process used to simply move classified documents from the House to the Senate areas of the Capitol.