Ah, the classic unraveling of political threads — when a tale we’ve been told gets a little tattered at the edges.
The Bidens, a family firmly under the microscope of public scrutiny, seem to have some more explaining to do.
Remember those age-old sayings about the truth always finding its way out?
Or how you can’t hide in the age of technology?
Well, here we are, faced with an intriguing set of electronic breadcrumbs.
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer is knocking on the doors of the National Archives, but not just for a polite hello.
No, he’s after something far more compelling.
Records — unredacted ones — suggesting that then-Vice President Joe Biden might have been a tad more involved in his son Hunter’s foreign escapades than we were led to believe.
Cue the gasp!
And oh, it gets juicier.
Emails, which seem to have found their way out of Hunter’s forgotten laptop, hint at a Joe Biden covertly operating under the alias “[email protected]” during the Obama era.
Why the pseudonym, you ask?
But it doesn’t end there.
This mysterious Robert L. Peters was privy to 10 emails outlining Biden’s daily schedule for almost a month. And who else got a peek at these?
None other than Hunter himself.
But wait, there’s more.
Apparently, Mr. Biden had not one, but three pseudonyms. Along with the Robert L. Peters moniker, he also dabbled as “Robin Ware” and “JRB Ware.”
Raising an eyebrow yet?
Because Comer certainly is.
His quest now extends to uncover drafts of Biden’s December 2015 address to the Ukrainian parliament.
James Comer is relentless. The House Oversight Committee chairman is asking NARA to provide Joe Biden’s records from his VP days that “overlapped with his son’s activities in Ukraine”. He wants all unredacted communications in which Joe used a pseudonym; Hunter Biden, Eric… pic.twitter.com/b4AoBdiBi5
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) August 17, 2023
BREAKING🚨: President Biden used a pseudonym, Robert L. Peters, when emailing his son’s business associates including using it to schedule secret calls with the president of Ukraine. The use of the name prevented discovery of the messages under FOIA. @RepJamesComer is demanding… pic.twitter.com/T2xIZkeXc7
— @amuse (@amuse) August 17, 2023
▪️Then-VP Joe Biden used a pseudonym
▪️Hunter Biden, Eric Schwerin, or Devon Archer is copied
▪️And all drafts of then-Vice President Biden’s speech delivered… pic.twitter.com/GUPWvPFTuq
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) August 17, 2023
The Vice President might have claimed a fortress-like barrier between his official role and his family’s overseas dealings, but as Chairman Comer points out, the fortress walls appear a bit more like a swinging garden gate.
So here’s the million-dollar question: Have the Bidens been playing hide and seek with the American people?
And if so, how long until we unearth the entire truth?
Fasten your seatbelts, folks.
This political rollercoaster is about to take another wild turn.
Dive into the story with us and find out just how deep this rabbit hole goes.
The New York Post confirms this major bombshell:
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer asked the National Archives on Wednesday to hand over any unredacted records in which President Biden used a pseudonym during his vice presidency — as Republicans move closer to launching an impeachment inquiry into his role in son Hunter’s foreign business dealings.
Emails previously released by the Archives and retrieved from Hunter’s abandoned laptop reveal that Joe Biden used the email address “[email protected]” while he was President Barack Obama’s second-in-command and that his aide John Flynn cc’d Hunter on 10 emails containing the elder Biden’s daily schedule between May 18 and June 15, 2016.
Comer’s request covers records using Biden’s other known pseudonyms — “Robin Ware” and “JRB Ware” — and makes pointed requests for certain documents, such as drafts of Biden’s December 2015 speech to Ukraine’s parliament.
“Joe Biden has stated there was ‘an absolute wall’ between his family’s foreign business schemes and his duties as Vice President, but evidence reveals that access was wide open for his family’s influence peddling,” Comer (R-Ky.) said in a statement.
They say in politics, as in life, what goes around comes around.
And boy, are things coming full circle now.
Remember when certain parties relentlessly pursued former President Trump, slinging accusations of corruption left and right?
Well, it seems the hunters might have just become the hunted.
House Oversight Committee’s very own Chairman James Comer isn’t just doing a casual once-over.
No, he’s delving deep, unearthing email trails and pseudonyms that would make any detective novel proud.
If there’s one thing you can say about Comer, it’s that he is absolutely thorough.
He’s got his microscope out, and he’s not afraid to zoom in.
Now, while some of the emails released might be cryptic due to heavy redactions, certain key details still gleam through.
Consider, for instance, the merry dance of pseudonyms.
Joe Biden wasn’t just the then-Vice President; he was also possibly the elusive “Robert L. Peters,” a name sprinkled through these electronic conversations.
Notably, on one such email regarding a call with Ukraine’s then-President, Poroshenko, only Hunter Biden got a CC.
Just why was the younger Biden privy to such exclusive information?
— New York Post (@nypost) August 17, 2023
*COMER HAS DEMANDED THE RECORDS! BUCKLE UP!* https://t.co/cPxP63fYYQ
— Sean Hannity 🇺🇸 (@seanhannity) August 17, 2023
Robert L. Peters: that’s Biden’s pseudonym for his Ukrainian corruption.
Make it trend for all to see.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) August 17, 2023
Comer’s not stopping there.
He’s pursuing every lead, from the various aliases Biden apparently used to correspondences involving Hunter Biden and his business associates.
It’s as if Comer’s compiling a meticulous jigsaw puzzle, and each email, each pseudonym, each undisclosed draft adds a piece to the ever-complicating picture.
The Washington Examiner confirms that the walls are closing in on the Bidens:
The emails released under this category were heavily redacted and provided little context. However, the senders and receivers of the emails are public. For example, Hunter Biden, Antony Blinken, Beau Biden (Joe Biden’s late son), and Joe Biden himself are on the emails.
Comer specifically references an email from May 26, 2016, with the subject line “Friday Schedule Card.” This email references a “9am phone call with Pres Poroshenko,” referring to Petro Poroshenko, who was then the president of Ukraine. The email was sent to “Robert L. Peters,” a name which has been reported was a pseudonym then-Vice President Joe Biden sometimes used when sending emails. In addition, Hunter Biden was CC’d on the email.
The withdrawal form shows that the redaction was made in part because it contained a “personal phone number.”
“It is concerning to the Committee, however, that this document was sent to ‘Robert L. Peters’ — a pseudonym the Committee has identified as then Vice- President Biden,” Comer’s letter reads. “Additionally, the Committee questions why the then-Vice President’s son, Hunter Biden — and only Hunter Biden — was copied on this email to then-Vice President Biden.”
In addition, the Oversight Committee is also requesting any document or communication in which a pseudonym for then-Vice President Joe Biden was used. According to reports, Biden occasionally used the names “Robert L. Peters,” “Robin Ware,” and “JRB Ware” when sending emails for both official and personal business. The committee also requests any document or communication in which Hunter Biden or his former business associates, Eric Schwerin or Devon Archer, were included.
Comer also wants a copy of all the “drafts from November 1, 2015 to December 9, 2015 of then-Vice President Biden’s speech delivered to the Ukrainian Rada” on Dec. 8, 2015.
With the Oversight Committee now requesting drafts of Biden’s 2015 speech to the Ukrainian Rada, it’s clear they’re leaving no stone unturned.
Because, as the saying goes, the devil is in the details.
Irony is having a field day, as those who once spearheaded corruption allegations now find themselves in the spotlight.
Will this be a classic tale of the accusers becoming the accused?
Only time, and Comer’s thorough investigation, will tell. But one thing’s for sure: political karma is alive and well.
Has Biden’s day of reckoning finally come?