(GoRealNewsNow.com) – Just when you thought alleged dirty secrets and corruption around Joe Biden and his family couldn’t get any more mind-blowing, a new revelation has shown the National Archives agency has some 82,000 pages of emails in which the then-vice president used secret names or aliases.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has disclosed that President Joe Biden, during his tenure as Vice President, sent or received approximately 82,000 pages of emails using pseudonymous accounts.
This revelation emerged following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit initiated by the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF), a conservative organization, Newsmax and Breitbart News report.
NARA’s records indicate that these emails were exchanged over the entirety of Biden’s eight-year vice presidency under President Barack Obama.
“The fact that as vice president, Joe Biden sent 82,000 pages of emails from alias email addresses, is shocking,” commented SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann in a statement to the Post.
“The American public has a right to know what is in those emails. SLF remains hopeful that now that we have confirmed that the emails exist, NARA will fulfill its legal obligation and produce them in a timely and transparent manner,” she added.
The issue of pseudonymous email usage gained attention following the discovery of emails on Hunter Biden’s lost laptop, indicating the president used various pseudonyms in emails discussing official and personal matters.
This recent disclosure from NARA marks the first instance where the extensive volume of Biden’s email correspondence has been acknowledged.
This amount notably exceeds the 33,000 emails former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleted from her personal server, Newsmax points out.
Earlier, America First Legal disclosed from its own FOIA request that then-Vice President Biden had exchanged over 29,000 emails with his brother and son regarding foreign business matters.
Despite these revelations, President Biden has consistently maintained that he was unaware of his family’s foreign business engagements.
Meanwhile, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) vowed that his panel, which has received only 14 of Joe Biden’s alias emails from NARA, will “end up getting” the entire trove.
“They blocked us, stonewalled us on on everything, but we always get what we subpoena. They turned over 14, so they have 81,986 more emails to go, just like everything with the bank records,” Comer told Newsmax.