According to nonprofit Marco Polo, Joe Biden used a fourth alias to communicate with family members while vice president.

“Our comprehensive Report on the Biden Laptop revealed this alias — auks at att dot blackberry dot net,” Marco Polo wrote.

“‘Auks’ is the mascot of Archmere Academy, Joey & Hunter Biden‘s alma mater.”

A lawsuit filed against the National Archives noted Biden also used the pseudonyms of Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware during his time in the Obama administration.

National Archives Allegedly Possess Thousands of Emails Containing Joe Biden’s Other Pseudonyms

Breitbart reports:

Joe Biden’s “auks” alias received an email on May 10, 2011, from his niece, Casey Owens, who served as a special assistant for the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue at the Treasury Department.


Just days before she left the Treasury, Owens emailed “Uncle Joe” at concerning the vice president’s remarks a day prior, during the opening session of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue:

Uncle Joe,

Just got home from work and couldn’t wait to send you an email. Today was truly a memorable day for me. I keep thinking about Mommom. Can you imagine her seeing us huddled up back stage together? She would have loved it. It chokes me up. I have so much to learn! Sitting back there with you was very, very humbling. I was just blown away. You ALWAYS make time to talk to me. Always. But today was really incredible. I still can’t believe you took the time to discuss the issues with me.

Joe Biden then forwarded the email to Hunter Biden, Beau Biden, and Valerie Biden Owens, Joe Biden’s sister.

While working at the Treasury, Owens was in contact with Hunter Biden, who was, at the time, in the process of creating a joint venture investment fund with a Chinese Communist Party-linked entity, BHR Partners.

“On April 12, 2010, Owens emailed Hunter and Schwerin a schedule from a CIC investment conference that took place a couple of weeks earlier,” Fox News noted.

Per Fox News:

“FYI on recent CIC investment conference at a resort in Sanya, on Hainan Island, over the weekend of March 27-28,” Owens wrote.

A Thornton Group press release dated that same day – April 12, 2010 – said the company’s chairman, James Bulger, and Hunter visited Beijing just three days earlier and met with CIC Chief Investment Officer Gao Xiqing, among others, according to the Republican Senate report released in September 2020.

A feature article about Owens published months later by the Tower Hill Bulletin said she and her team had traveled to Beijing in May 2010 with a U.S. delegation led by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

A photo of Owens in the article showed her receiving a “small jade vase as a birthday gift” from China’s then-vice minister of finance, Zhu Guangyao. According to the Ministry of Finance website, its primary function is to implement the decisions and policies of the Chinese Communist Party in the area of public finance.

The Bulletin article said Owens’ team and Zhu “worked very closely during the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.”

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