2024 Election

National Archives Admitted To Discovering More Than 5,000 E-Mails Related To President Joe Biden’s Aliases

More than a year after it received the initial Freedom of Information request, the National Archives just admitted to holding more than 5,100 emails (plus more electronic records and other documents) related to now-President Joe Biden’s use of pseudonyms in his eight years as veep.

Without question, members of Congress need to see all of it — and the public, everything that’s safe to release.

And maybe more: The FOI ask enveloped only his use of recently-revealed phony names Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters and JRB Ware.

The records require vetting for any other secret names.

News of those three alternate, private accounts — and the fact that Joe sometimes talked about official government work on them — came out of Hunter’s laptop. For example the foreign-deal-making First Son got copies of his dad’s official schedule.

What else? No one knows.

Hence the necessity two weeks from House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) that the Archives hand over these records “to further our investigation into the Biden family’s corruption.”

“Joe Biden has stated there was ‘an absolute wall’ between his family’s foreign business schemes and his duties as Vice President, but evidence reveals that access was wide open for his family’s influence peddling,” Comer argued on Aug. 17.

He’ll indisputably push harder now that the Southeastern Legal Foundation’s suit has led the Archives to uncover how very many records there are.

After all, as James Bovard writes, “Apparently, the ‘absolute wall’ only applied to the specific name ‘Joe Biden.’

“Did Biden take a class in law school on Incognito Influence Peddling or what?”

This ensues news that the Obama administration wasn’t seeking the firing of Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin when Veep Joe sandbagged his ouster by threatening to withhold US aid — even as Hunter was getting paid seven figures by the Burisma outfit that Shokin was investigating.

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So the public — and House investigators — have a clear desire to see what else Joe might have shared with Hunter, First Brother Jim Biden or anyone else in the family influence-peddling biz.

The Archives may make noise about protecting Joe’s privacy rights, but he waived those when he broke the clear rules on keeping public business out of private emails.

Especially ones sent under a phony cover name.

If Biden, or Executive Branch personnel who work for him, try to block access to these emails, the only possible conclusion is that they hold clear evidence of wrongdoing.

From the day our first laptop story landed weeks before the 2020 election, government insiders and much of the media have been covering for the Biden family. America can’t let the coverup continue all the way to the 2024 vote.


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Ella Ford is a mother of two, a Christian conservative writer with degrees in American History, Social and Behavioral Science and Liberal Studies, based in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.


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