Joe Biden’s email accounts, which were used under pseudonyms during his time as Vice President, are in the spotlight again: a US conservative non-profit, Southeastern Legal Foundation, has filed a lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) as part of a… Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.
According to NARA’s announcement, about 82,000 pages of US President Joe Biden’s emails were sent and received through various accounts operating under pseudonyms, and this is what they have to address now.
Earlier, Index also reported that Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, traded millions of dollars between Russian, Ukrainian and Chinese citizens after joining the board of Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings. He did so while the current Democratic president’s father, Joe Biden, was still vice president.
The Index also addressed the matter, and we wrote about how Kevin McCarthy, the Republican Speaker of the US House of Representatives, assigned the House committees to begin impeachment proceedings against Joe Biden, the President of the United States.
The White House is not taking it seriously
The White House denies that Biden is in any way involved in Hunter Biden’s business affairs, and Newsweek has now reached out to the White House via email to update them on the status of the emails.
It is learned that the Southeastern Legal Foundation, the organization that filed the petition, has subpoenaed all emails from [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected] between 2009 and 2017, i.e. Joe Biden from the period His term as Vice President.
Biden’s private email aliases were Robert Peters, Robin Ware, and JRB Ware.
The Oversight Committee is subpoenaing all emails sent by Burisma and Ukraine to and sent to Vice President Biden and Hunter Biden.
Earlier, White House Oversight and Investigations spokesman Ian Sams published a sarcastic post on X (formerly Twitter) about this matter, describing the Republican establishment as “fearful of ridiculous nicknames.” According to him, government leaders have been using aliases for decades to fool spam and hackers.
They’re trying to process tens of thousands of pages
In a court filing Monday, attorneys for NARA and the Southeast Legal Foundation filed a joint preliminary report and draft in a Georgia district court exploring the details of the case.
According to the NARA report, they completed a search of nearly 82,000 pages of documents,
They are currently trying to process a copy of all emails from three different accounts over eight years.
The White House told the newspaper that the conservative plaintiff organization is proposing a narrow option in order to resolve the case more quickly. According to the court filing, NARA and the Southeastern Legal Foundation are in negotiations and have asked the court to set a deadline of Dec. 8 to submit their joint report on the situation.