WH press sec ignores Peter Doocy — then he reveals doozy of a question he was going to ask: ‘A potential crime scene’

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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre snubbed Fox News’ Peter Doocy at the White House press briefing on Friday.

The decision not to call on Doocy was unusual because Jean-Pierre almost always calls on him to ask questions. After all, Fox News occupies the No. 2 seat in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room, situated between NBC News and ABC News.

But Friday’s briefing ended with Doocy’s hand raised as he attempted to ask his question.

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Later on Friday, Doocy revealed the question he was going to asked Jean-Pierre — and it was a doozy.

“If I would’ve had an opportunity to ask a question, the first one I have on my sheet was: Why is President Biden going to Wilmington today? Isn’t that a potential crime scene?” Doocy explained.

“We are not getting a ton of new information today about the president’s knowledge of this probe, about his thoughts on the probe,” he added, explaining the flow of information is being tightly controlled by the White House. “I think we can call it a scandal at this point. And so it’s unclear … how much more new information we’re gonna get from this White House about any of this other than they ‘take it seriously’ and that they’re ‘gonna cooperate.'”

Indeed, Biden departed Washington on Friday to spend the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend at his Wilmington, Delaware, home.

The problem, as Doocy observed, is that there have been multiple discoveries of classified documents at Biden’s private residence. Last week, the White House admitted to a discovery several days before Christmas. Then, on Saturday, the White House disclosed that there had been yet another discovery in the middle of last week.

That means classified documents have been discovered in three locations: Biden’s private office in Washington, his residential garage, and inside his residence itself.

White House lawyer Richard Sauber said on Saturday the White House legal team does not anticipate releasing any more details about the discoveries, the New York Times reported.

Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed former U.S. Attorney Robert Hur as special counsel to investigate Biden’s improper retention of classified documents.

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