“The National Archives and Records Administration acknowledged possessing potentially up to 5,400 emails connected to then-Vice President Joe Biden’s pseudonym accounts that he used to forward government information and discuss business with his son, Hunter Biden, and others, and on Monday the Southeastern Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit to compel the agency to turn over the emails,” reports Just The News.
Southeastern Legal Foundation “said the archives confirmed that Biden used the pseudonyms of Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware during his time in the Obama administration.”
In October 2021, Southeastern Legal Foundation submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to NARA for Biden’s emails. But NARA “has failed to produce a single one of these emails,” SLF says.
So on August 28, SLF filed a lawsuit against NARA to compel it to release the records.
“All too often, public officials abuse their power by using it for their personal or political benefit. When they do, many seek to hide it,” says Kim Hermann, SLF’s general counsel. “The only way to preserve governmental integrity is for NARA to release Biden’s nearly 5,400 emails to SLF and thus the public. The American public deserves to know what is in them.”
Congressional overseers are also trying to get their hands on Biden’s pseudonymous emails. On August 17, Congressman James Comer asked the archives to turn over Biden’s communications as vice president with his son and his business partners.
Laptop data shows Joe Biden used pseudonyms to pass inside information to Hunter Biden.
Influence peddling by the Bidens was revealed in photos and emails found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop. Hunter Biden’s laptop contained copious evidence that Joe Biden was complicit in his son’s influence peddling, noted the New York Post.
Hunter Biden also appears to have sold classified information to his foreign paymasters. In a New York Post column, Miranda Devine notes that “there are several clues on” on Hunter Biden’s abandoned “laptop that Hunter may have been selling classified information to his foreign paymasters.” She points to “uncharacteristically cogent email about Ukraine written by Hunter Biden in 2014,” that likely reflects his cribbing classified information.
You would definitely go to prison if you were caught evading millions of dollars in taxes, the way Hunter Biden did. But he hasn’t, and the Justice Department offered him a sweetheart deal, while deliberately allowing the statute of limitations to run on some of the millions in unpaid taxes, so that Hunter Biden will never have to pay what he owes in full. The former head of the Justice Department’s Tax Division pointed out that it was unprecedented for the government to let the statute of limitations run on some of the money Biden owed, writing in the Wall Street Journal that “For the government to permit the statute of limitations to expire is unheard of.”
Republican Congressman James Comer of Kentucky disclosed the more than $1 million in payments in late June. Comer got them through a subpoena of Hunter Biden’s business associate Rob Walker’s bank records. Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, revealed that “from 2015 through 2017, Biden family members and their companies received over $1.3 million in payments” from accounts tied to Walker.
Comer found that more than $1 million was sent in a series of payments to Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s brother James, and Hallie Biden, the widow of Joe Biden’s deceased son Beau. (Hunter had a sexual relationship with Hallie in 2017 following his brother’s death, not long after Walker received a $3 million wire from a Chinese company).
In June, a reporter asked President Biden at the White House if he had “any reaction to House GOP’s new memo about your family dealings.” The President replied, “My family dealings?” The reporter responded, “Yes, revealing that Hunter Biden’s business associate sent over a million dollars to three of your family members?”
“That’s not true,” replied Joe Biden.
But it was true, as the Washington Examiner reported.