National Archive Releases Treasure Trove of Biden Pseudonym EMails
The American public may be about to learn a whole lot more about the Big Guy’s extra-curricular shenanigans.
In reply to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) action by the Southeastern Legal Foundation, Inc., the National Archives has released 82,000 emails sent or received by President Biden. These emails were sent/received while President Biden was serving as vice president and include the use of at least three pseudonym accounts. The Biden email scandal is already being compared to the 2016 Hillary Clinton email controversy.
The National Archives’ stunning admission that it has located 82,000 pages of potentially government-related emails from Joe Biden’s pseudonymous private accounts not only threatens to supplant Hillary Clinton in the annals of email scandals, it could also provide a boon to the ongoing federal and congressional investigations into the Biden family.
The public is also sure to scrutinize the matter in upcoming elections.
The admission came out Monday as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit brought by the non-profit Southeastern Legal Foundation.
“We’re duty bound to make sure that everybody’s following the law here. And it sure looks like that’s questionable at this moment,” Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa., a member of the House Oversight Committee that is conducting the Biden impeachment inquiry right now, said hours after the revelation.
News of the release splashed onto Twitter/X late Monday.
“Under legal pressure, the National Archives has located 82,000 pages of emails that President Joe Biden sent or received during his vice presidential tenure on three private pseudonym accounts, a total that potentially dwarfs the amount that landed Hillary Clinton in hot water a…
— Peter Schweizer (@peterschweizer) October 30, 2023
The concern voiced by the House Oversight Committee is, as one would expect, the possible destruction of evidence, as clearly happened during the Hillary Clinton email scandal when, for example, thousands of emails, many of which had Top Secret and higher status, were deleted and cellular phones were smashed with hammers.
Representative Perry is clearly concerned about retention of evidence.
“We knew the left were going to do this,” Perry said of the extensive use of private email. “Hillary taught us and why would we think that Joe Biden would be any different?
“And as long as that’s the case, I think we got to make sure that, you know, that Joe Biden doesn’t have a hammer, sitting close to his phone, or, you know, I don’t know what they smashed him with hammers, I don’t know, if they set them on fire, they use bleachbit on the server,” he said. “I mean, we got to make sure that the American people can see what was so important to keep from the American people as one of the highest elected officials in the land. And the only way to do that is to make sure that that stuff is preserved.”
You can read the entire legal decision requiring the National Archives to turn over the Biden emails here.
It’s difficult to justify the use of these pseudonyms for any legitimate purposes. The malfeasance of the Biden family is becoming more and more undeniable by the day, what with old Joe Biden’s having been outed as the Big Guy, as in “10% for.” President Biden seems to have plenty of cash to pay for beach houses, and the House Oversight Committee is bearing down on President Baden’s retention of sensitive documentation.
Joe Biden owns real estate, including three palatial houses, worth over $10 million as of this writing. He has made millions, as many ex-presidents do, on book deals and speaking fees. While this may seem modest for an ex-president, the real question comes from the Biden family’s foreign business dealings, many of which fail to pass the smell test.
Last August, Jim Thompson gave us a preview of what was coming in this controversy. His observations are proving prescient, and it’s more than likely that this will be an albatross around the neck of the Biden campaign as we move into the 2024 election season.