The National Archives revealed that it holds more than 5,400 documents where Vice President Joe Biden, then, used pseudonyms like “Robert L. Peters,” JRB Ware,” or “Robin Ware.”
The New York Post
NARA confirmed that the collection existed in response to an Freedom of Information Act request made by Southeastern Legal Foundation (a nonprofit constitutional law group) on June 20, 2022.
The request was for emails related to Robin Ware’s, Robert L. Peters’ and JRB Ware’s accounts. These pseudonyms were used by the 80-year old president in the White House when he served as Vice President to Barack Obama.
The Southeastern Legal Foundation on Monday sued NARA to release the records. According to the group, the records may show that Biden shared government information with his son Hunter Biden as well as discussed government affairs.
“All too frequently, public officials abuse power and use it to their own personal or political advantage. Many try to conceal it. NARA must release Biden’s 5,400 emails. This will preserve the integrity of government. Kimberly Hermann said that the American public should know what’s in them.
Elise Stefanik, a Republican congresswoman from New York State, is calling for the release of all emails with pseudonyms like Biden.
The National Archives must release these emails immediately. The American public has a right know how compromised Joe Biden really is.
These emails must be immediately released by the National Archives.
The American people have a right to know how compromised Joe Biden is.https://t.co/DEh4wBhZdC
— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) August 29, 2023
Watch this clip from Fox News below:
FOX: The National Archives has identified ~5,400 records where Joe Biden potentially used a pseudonym — such as “Robert L. Peters,” “Robin Ware,” and “JRB Ware” — to discuss business and government information with his son Hunter pic.twitter.com/CtSiMXbzkA
RNC Research (@RNCResearch August 29 2023