Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) recently expressed his frustration with the Biden Administration’s lack of transparency when it comes to national security matters. The congressman made his comments on Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic podcast.
Biggs began by noting that the Biden Administration has been far less transparent than its predecessor, the Trump Administration. He argued that the Biden Administration has refused to provide Congress with the same level of information that the Trump Administration provided. He pointed to a lack of information on the border crisis and the Biden Administration’s dealings with China as examples of the lack of transparency.
The congressman also criticized the Biden Administration for its lack of transparency regarding the nuclear agreement with Iran. He noted that the Biden Administration has not provided Congress with the details of the agreement. He argued that this lack of transparency makes it difficult for Congress to properly evaluate the agreement and make an informed decision on whether or not to approve it.
Finally, Biggs expressed his concern that the Biden Administration is not taking the threat of Chinese espionage seriously enough. He argued that the Biden Administration has not been forthcoming with information about Chinese espionage activities and the potential threats they pose to the United States.
Rep. Andy Biggs’ comments are a stark reminder of the Biden Administration’s lack of transparency when it comes to national security matters. His criticism of the Administration’s lack of information on the border crisis, the nuclear agreement with Iran, and Chinese espionage activities are valid points that should not be ignored. It is essential that the Biden Administration be more transparent with Congress and the American people in order to ensure that our national security is not compromised.