The House Oversight Committee stated on X this week that the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has admitted to possessing around 5,400 emails and records linked to Joe Biden’s alleged pseudonym accounts, including the now-infamous pseudonym, Robert L. Peters.
According to a report from Just the News, NARA admitted that they had the emails after a lawsuit from the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) prompted them to disclose the information. Previously, SLF had made a FOIA request to gain access to Biden’s 2021 emails.
Via Fox News, NARA wrote the following to SLF:
“We have performed a search of our collection for Vice Presidential records related to your [June 9, 2022] request and have identified approximately 5,138 email messages, 25 electronic files and 200 pages of potentially responsive records that must be processed in order to respond to your request.”
In August, the House Oversight Committee asked NARA for unredacted communications that included the use of Biden’s alleged pseudonyms, per The Federalist.
This week, it was further revealed by the Oversight Committee that Hunter Biden was allegedly given “special privileges” while under the supervision of U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who is ironically now acting as a special counsel in the DOJ’s investigation into the younger Biden.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., who is a member of the Oversight Committee, wrote on X, “If your last name is Biden, the law doesn’t apply to you. That’s what we’ve found time and time again thanks to the investigative work of @GOPOversight. We won’t stop working until the full extent of the Biden family’s crimes and corruption are exposed for the American people.”
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who is also the acting chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, recently stated on the Lou Dobbs podcast that he believed the House was close to moving toward an impeachment inquiry against Joe Biden.