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National Archives Identifies More Than 5,000 Emails Containing Biden’s Business Pseudonyms


The National Archives has identified roughly 5,400 communication records containing the pseudonyms President Joe Biden allegedly used during his time as vice president, the agency confirmed on Monday.

In a letter addressed to the Southeastern Legal Foundation, a conservative legal group, the Archives confirmed that a search of the agency’s “collection for Vice Presidential records” produced “approximately 5,138 email messages, 25 electronic files and 200 pages of potentially responsive records” containing the email addresses of Robert Peters, Robin Ware, and JRB Ware — the three pseudonyms used by Biden while serving as vice president.

The letter came in response to an open records request filed by Southeastern in June over communications related to the aforementioned Biden pseudonyms. The agency further confirmed it is currently processing the group’s request for the documents.

As The Federalist’s Evita Duffy-Alfonso reported, House Republicans sent a letter to the National Archives earlier this month demanding the agency turn over documents related to Biden’s pseudonyms, as well as “all drafts of Biden’s speech that was delivered to the Ukrainian parliament on Dec. 9, 2015 and unrestricted access to any documents or correspondence involving Hunter Biden and his former business associates, Eric Schwerin and Devon Archer.”

[READ: Everyone Knows Why Joe Biden Used A Pseudonym: Corruption]

While regime-approved media continue to pretend otherwise, Biden has claimed for years that he has “never” spoken to Hunter about the latter’s business ventures. As more evidence surfaces indicating Joe did, in fact, speak with and have knowledge of his son’s business associates, the White House has shifted its narrative from saying Joe never “discussed” business dealings with Hunter to now claiming the president has never been “in business” with his son.

Earlier this summer, Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, released an FD-1023 document containing allegations from a “highly credible” confidential human source that then-Vice President Biden was instrumental in the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor investigating Burisma Holdings, the energy company Hunter was a board member of. That same document also alleges both Bidens received a collective $10 million for Joe’s purported role in getting the prosecutor fired.

Numerous former Biden family business associates — including figures such as Archer and Tony Bobulinski — have indicated that Joe was very influential and involved in his family’s financial activities.

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