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 August 30, 2023

Sen. Ron Johnson demands NARA release emails that contain Biden's aliases

Recently, it was revealed through the continued investigations into the Biden family influence-peddling business that then-Vice President Joe Biden used a number of aliases in his various email communications. 

According to Breitbart, the pressure is ramping up on the National Archives (NARA) to release some 5,000 suspected emails that contain his many aliases, a move that would have to be authorized by former President Barack Obama.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) is the latest to call for Obama to authorize the release of several emails that contain Biden's various aliases.

"Obama should allow NARA to release the 5,100 email messages and 200 pages of records,” the Wisconsin Republican said.

"I’ve been researching Joe Biden’s use of private emails since 2021," Johnson continued. "Three letters to the Biden White House have gone unanswered, and NARA provided the usual non-response response."

Breitbart noted:

Lawmakers began scrutinizing Joe Biden’s alias email address in 2021. Johnson and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), authors of a 2020 Senate report on the Biden family, issued letters to the White House and NARA requesting the contents of email addresses on three separate occasions.

The Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF), through several Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) requests, attempted to obtain the emails. The outfit was forced to renew the request after being stonewalled, noting that NARA "failed to produce a single one of these emails."

Breitbart continued:

The Archives did, however, acknowledge the emails and records exist after SLF filed a lawsuit to compel the agency to turn over the emails.

The Archives’ refusal to provide the emails and records appears to be politically driven. According to NARA, the agency notifies the White House Counsel’s Office of requests for records of former presidents that are currently unopened to the public or that are proposed for public disclosure. The agency also notifies the representatives of the former President and Vice President who created the records.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY), a leading investigator on the Biden influence-peddling scandal, also made a similar request.

"Emails in @USNatArchives custody reveal how then-VP Joe Biden used pseudonym accounts & copied Hunter Biden & his associates on official government business related to Ukraine. The Archives needs to be transparent & provide these unredacted records to @GOPoversight," Comer tweeted.

President Biden has gone on record over ten times denying that he had any involvement in his son's overseas business dealings.

It looks like it's getting much closer to a time when the White House will need to figure out how to walk those lies back.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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