House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, has made startling accusations against the Biden Administration, alleging that they are obstructing the House's impeachment probe. According to Comer, the administration has withheld the vast majority of emails sent by President Biden, withholding as much as 99.98 percent of them, including thousands written under various aliases.
The emails in question are held by the National Archives and are seen as critical pieces of evidence in the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Biden. What has raised eyebrows is the use of email aliases like "Robert Peters," "Robin Ware," and "JRB Ware" by President Biden to discuss official matters and share government information with his son, Hunter Biden, and his associates, Eric Schwerin and Devon Archer. This revelation, brought to light by Comer's office, has raised questions about the activities of the Biden family.
REPORT: National Archives Is Withholding More Than 99% Of Biden's Alias Emailshttps://t.co/56YA9cQg0F
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As the pressure mounts, the Southeastern Legal Foundation has filed a lawsuit demanding the release of approximately 5,400 emails. Additionally, Comer has requested that the National Archives provide all communications in which then-Vice President Joe Biden used any of the three pseudonyms. President Biden has vehemently denied any connection between his family's foreign business dealings and his role as Vice President, but the mounting evidence paints a different picture.
Unfortunately, it appears that the Biden White House is resistant to full disclosure, having only cleared a small fraction of the massive 82,000 pages of emails identified by the National Archives. The administration's refusal to comply with multiple Oversight Committee requests for documents has raised concerns, especially considering their earlier promise to be the "most transparent administration in history." This situation calls into question the commitment to transparency and cooperation with oversight efforts.