Whoops: National Archives Finds 82,000 Emails That Joe ‘Pedo Peter’ Biden Wrote Under Fake Names

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When it was discovered last month that Joe Biden had been using at least four fake email aliases to carry out his global bribery scheme while he was Obama’s vice president, the Southeastern Legal Foundation immediately filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to obtain those emails. The National Archives had initially announced that it had found 5,400 emails. Upon closer review, the agency now says it has about 82,000 emails. Whoops.

Pause and ask yourself a couple of quick questions when thinking about this situation.

First, how many fake email addresses using false names do you have? Most people probably don’t even have one, let alone four, like Joe Biden does.

Second, is there some benevolent reason why a person would have four fake, pseudonymous email addresses?

Of course not. Only a snaky government official who is trying to hide something from public records requests would use a bunch of fake email addresses.

When Joe Biden left office as Obama’s VP, he probably figured his fake email addresses, or the messages sent and received, would never see the light of day. You have to be very specific when sending a FOIA request for public documents, and no one had his fake email addresses at the time.

But we did find out. Joe Biden sent or received 82,000 emails under the names of Peter Henderson, Robin Ware, JRB Ware, and Robert L. Peters when he was Obama’s vice president. Looks like we’ve also solved the mystery of who “Pedo Peter” is in Hunter Biden’s phone contacts!

The bad news in all of this is that the discovery of this huge trove of bribery emails will give House Republicans another excuse to never actually impeach Joe Biden. They’ve now got another 82,000 emails to pore through, and that’s going to take up a lot of time for their fake investigations that will never result in an impeachment.