August 24, 2023

Biden's Email Alias on Government Network Leads to New Questions

President Joe Biden's email alias appeared in a 2016 email on a government server, leading to new questions from Republicans.

The alias "Robert L. Peters" was part of a message including Hunter Biden and Ukraine.

"The email to Joe Biden’s alias account contained an attachment that House investigators last Thursday requested the National Archives disclose to Congress. Investigators are also interested to know why Hunter Biden was cc’d on the email concerning Ukraine," Breitbart News reported.

"Hunter Biden’s laptop contained 27 emails linked to Joe Biden’s 'Robert L. Peters' alias, Marco Polo’s dossier cataloged. Many of the emails are personal and unrelated to government business. However, others possibly capture official government business," it added.

"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," media reported last week.

"@RepJamesComer is demanding NARA Provide Records Pertaining Biden’s fake email address: 'Robert L. Peters.'”

The latest connection of the alias with a government email including Hunter Biden and Ukraine is now drawing more attention from the House Oversight Committee and others.

Biden has claimed to have no knowledge of his son's business dealings but the evidence is growing that he was not only aware but involved to some degree in at least some of the efforts.

The actions took place during Biden's years as vice president under then-President Barack Obama.

Research is likely to reveal more emails under the alias that could become a breakthrough in the Biden bribery scandal investigation.

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