If President Joe Biden wasn’t already sweating enough over all of the emails that have been released pointing to his use of private emails and aliases in order to communicate with his son Hunter Biden’s business associates, which prove he’s been lying through his teeth each and every time he’s denied doing so, he most certainly will be after he gets wind of today’s latest development. The National Archives and Records Administration, otherwise known as NARA, has revealed they will be giving lawmakers serving on the House Oversight Committee access to a whopping 1,700 emails from Biden’s time as the vice president.
According to the Daily Caller:
NARA will give the committee access to 1,799 emails and attachments, 62,610 pages of records in total, from Biden’s vice presidency tied to Hunter Biden and his business dealings with Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings, the agency said in a Monday letter to Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer obtained by the Daily Caller.
Comer wrote NARA a letter in August demanding “unrestricted special access” to then-Vice President Biden’s email communications with Hunter Biden and his business associates in connection with Burisma and Ukraine. As part of his request, Comer sought access to records from email pseudonyms then-VP Biden appeared to use for government purposes. He specifically demanded access to “Case Number 2023-0022-F” which appears to contain records related to Hunter Biden and Ukraine.
In September, Comer followed up with a letter to NARA demanding access to communications between then-VP Biden’s staffers and Hunter Biden’s former business associates.
Comer’s letter provided citations from archived email messages exchanged between Hunter Biden’s former business partner Eric Schwerin and members of the elder Biden’s staff dated for December 2015 where it seemed they were working together to help create a response to media inquiries concerning his son’s involvement with Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian based energy firm.
The current administration allowed folks in the Oversight Committee to have access to a few pages of records that it possessed which were covered in the request Comer made, which featured messages heaping praise on the president and his now deceased son, Beau Biden. NARA revealed back in October that it had up to 82,000 potential records in its possession that were connected to the pseudonyms Biden used.
NARA told Comer Monday it will be able to give the committee access to Joe Biden’s communications with email pseudonyms and any communications with Hunter Biden, Eric Schwerin and Devon Archer, another one of Hunter Biden’s former business associates and a former Burisma board member who testified to the Oversight Committee in July.
Burisma paid Hunter Biden as much as $83,333.333 per month to sit on its board, according to bank records released by the Oversight Committee. The Ukrainian firm significantly reduced Hunter Biden’s salary when his father left office, Hunter Biden’s newest indictment shows.
“The White House is trying to make an appearance of cooperation after two brave IRS whistleblowers provided information revealing Joe Biden used an alias as Vice President to email directly with Hunter Biden’s business associate,” Comer went on to say in a statement he gave to the Daily Caller.
“Just last week, President Biden lied again when confronted with information that he interacted with his family’s business associates. The White House must comply with all of our requests for records from Joe Biden’s time as Vice President and all other Committee requests related to the impeachment inquiry. Anything less is obstruction,” the committee chairman added.
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