Documents obtained by Just the News revealed that during Biden’s vice presidency, his personal email accounts were occasionally utilized to relay government information or converse about governmental activities with his son. This practice has now become a focal point of a broader congressional investigation into the Bidens’ international business interactions.
For just one example, in late 2014, American Martin O’Connor was nearing his release from detention in Turkey, with the U.S. embassy in Istanbul updating the State Department about the situation. This information was subsequently shared with senior advisers to then-Vice President Joe Biden.
This communication eventually found its way to Biden’s private email account, firstname.lastname@example.org. Interestingly, this was not a standard private account but one of three pseudonyms used by Biden. The information about O’Connor’s release was soon forwarded by Biden to his son, Hunter Biden.
Chairman of the House Oversight Committee James Comer (R-KY) has recently urged the National Archives to provide unredacted copies of emails sent between Joe Biden and his son, as well as Hunter’s primary business associates during the Obama administration.
Comer’s request was initially galvanized by an email released in January from the Obama presidential archives. It demonstrated Joe Biden, using a personal pseudonym email, being updated about a forthcoming call with then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. At this time, Hunter Biden was a board member of a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma Holdings, which had been flagged for corruption by the Obama-Biden State Department.
The National Archives has released several other emails, some with redactions. Comer has specifically requested fully unredacted versions of these emails, identifying three pseudonym email accounts that Joe Biden allegedly used.
Historically, politicians using private pseudonym accounts have faced scrutiny. Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server led to an FBI investigation, and Mitt Romney confessed to having a pseudonymous Twitter account.
Further examination by Just the News unveiled multiple emails between Joe and Hunter Biden using these pseudonyms. These emails spanned a range of topics, from personal notes to business discussions and included information from high-level government officials.
Emails from the pseudonymous account frequently discussed political topics, including potential presidential runs and public perception. Biden’s late son, Beau, was part of these discussions on occasion