Biden’s In Deep Trouble as Lawsuit Reveals National Archives Possess Thousands of Emails Potentially Linked to Biden’s Pseudonyms
A recent lawsuit has uncovered that the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) holds over 5,300 emails and documents containing
A recent lawsuit has uncovered that the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) holds over 5,300 emails and documents containing potential pseudonyms attributed to President Biden during his vice presidency. The Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) filed the lawsuit against NARA, seeking access to all records and communications associated with three specific email accounts: [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected]. These pseudonyms, according to House Republicans investigating the Biden family, were reportedly utilized by then-Vice President Biden to communicate with his son, Hunter Biden.
The SLF had submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in June 2022, seeking these records, but had not received any documents in response. In June 2022, NARA indicated the existence of potentially responsive documents in an email shared as part of the lawsuit, estimating over 5,000 emails, 25 electronic files, and 200 pages. However, NARA noted that these figures were estimates and not all material might be applicable.
Braden Boucek from the SLF expressed concern over NARA’s delays, emphasizing the importance of public transparency in holding the political class accountable. As a result of NARA’s ongoing delays, the SLF decided to take legal action to seek the requested documents.
This lawsuit followed a letter sent by House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer to NARA, urging the release of unredacted email communications between Joe Biden and his son related to Ukraine, Burisma, and all documents linked to the aforementioned pseudonyms. The request stems from concerns about possible family influence peddling and allegations of a lack of separation between Biden’s family business affairs and his vice-presidential duties.
As the legal battle continues, the quest for transparency and accountability in the Biden family’s past communications and activities remains ongoing.