Newly revealed documents show Joe Biden used an alias hundreds of times to communicate with close business associate of son Hunter

 December 6, 2023

President Joe Biden and his White House defenders have often and repeatedly insisted that he had no knowledge of or involvement in his son Hunter Biden's questionable foreign business dealings and alleged influence-peddling -- claims that have already been disproven to one extent or another.

Those claims have once again been proven false as IRS whistleblowers have come forward with new evidence showing hundreds of emails between then-Vice President Biden, using an alias, and one of his son's closest former business associates, according to the Daily Caller.

The findings made public by House Republicans are likely just a small sampling of Biden's apparent use of aliases to communicate in secret with others, including business associates of his son, as the outlet noted that the National Archives have acknowledged possession of potentially tens of thousands of emails that involve Biden using an alias during his tenure as vice president.

Dozens of Biden alias emails to close Hunter business associate

On Tuesday, the GOP-led House Ways and Means Committee held a meeting to consider new evidence produced by IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, including at least 54 private emails sent from then-Vice President Biden, using the alias "Robin Ware," to Eric Schwerin, a former close associate of Hunter Biden who has been described as the "architect" of the Biden family's nearly two dozen shell companies and limited liability corporations.

Based on an email search of those and other documents, it was found that then-VP Biden emailed Schwerin under various aliases at least 327 times overall -- including 38 emails from the White House to a Biden alias that also included copies sent to Hunter Biden -- with a substantial portion of those messages coming in 2014 around the time that Hunter joined the board of Ukrainian energy firm Burisma, with a noticeable uptick in emails between the two both before and after the elder Biden traveled to the Eastern European country.

In one example, a trip to Ukraine in June 2014, Biden emailed Schwerin using an alias at least five times before the trip and another 27 times between that visit and another to Ukraine that occurred in November 2014.

Biden was "not truthful" about his knowledge and involvement in Hunter's dealings

During the committee meeting, Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) said in an opening statement, "These documents provide further proof that President Biden was not truthful when he told the American people he knew nothing about his son’s business dealings, which involved selling the Biden brand around the world."

"In fact, this new evidence shows Joe Biden exchanged more than 50 e-mails one-on-one with his son’s business partner, Eric Schwerin, while Vice President. That activity increased around the times Vice President Biden traveled to Ukraine," he continued.

Concerning the IRS whistleblowers, Smith said, "The evidence they have produced clearly shows Joe Biden was not just aware of his son’s business dealings but was actually involved. It also shows that the Department of Justice worked hard to make sure that the extent of that involvement never saw the light of day. Thanks to these two whistleblowers, Congress and the American people have now learned the truth."

Biden's use of fake aliases now widely exposed

During a separate portion of the same committee meeting, the chairman reiterated, "These documents are more evidence that President Biden was not forthcoming and honest with the American people when he said that he had no knowledge of his son’s foreign business dealings. It also shows the incredible level of access Hunter Biden and his business associates had in Vice President Biden’s office while working for foreign businesses."

"Hundreds of messages from alias emails raise questions of whether Joe Biden was trying to hide the existence and content of these messages," he added. "If investigators had not been stonewalled, the IRS investigation into Hunter Biden’s tax fraud and business dealings would have naturally laid bare Joe Biden’s direct involvement."

Any alleged effort to cover up Biden's activities and involvement in his family's alleged unethical and potentially illegal influence-peddling via the use of aliases to communicate secretly while he was VP may now be for naught, as the Daily Caller noted that the National Archives, in response to congressional records requests, initially acknowledged in August that it had at least 5,000 Biden alias emails but later revised that number upward in October to potentially include at least 82,000 emails in which Biden used a fake name to communicate with others.

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