FOIA Request Reveals Massive Trove Of Emails Connected To Biden Pseudonyms

A surprising discovery by the National Archives has revealed a trove of emails involving then-Vice President Joe Biden, with 82,000 pages of digital correspondence sent from accounts under “shady” pseudonyms. These findings came to light following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made by public interest law firm Southeastern Legal Foundation.

The email aliases included “Robert Peters,” “Robin Ware,” and “JRB Ware,” and were used to conduct official business, some of which involved Hunter Biden and his business associates.

Questions about the legality and propriety of such practices have arisen, as using private emails for government work is against the law. This extremely suspicious behavior has been described as “shady” by some observers.

Initially, the National Archives confirmed having 5,400 emails connected to Biden’s private accounts. However, this figure has substantially increased according to the latest reports. There is no detailed information regarding the contents of these emails as of yet.

The only known email from these accounts was addressed to “Robert Peters” in 2016 and included a conversation about Ukraine. This same email looped in Hunter Biden and even had an attachment of Joe Biden’s schedule that listed a call with Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine’s president at the time.

The Biden family’s activities in Ukraine have been under scrutiny, particularly with Joe Biden’s role in the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor. This event is tied to an alleged $5 million bribe to both Joe and Hunter Biden from the founder of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company.

Amidst these revelations, politicians like Sen. Chuck Grassley and Sen. Ron Johnson are seeking answers about the alias “Robert Peters” and related matters. Despite multiple attempts to engage the White House on this issue, their requests for clarification have gone unanswered, heightening concerns about potential misconduct.