It was recently revealed that the National Archives and Records Administration has possession of at least 5,400 government emails and documents in which then-Vice President Joe Biden used an alias or pseudonym, at least some of which are connected or pertain to his son Hunter Biden's dubious foreign business dealings and influence-peddling.
Now Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) says she is "outraged" by that revelation and has demanded that her fellow House Republicans immediately open an impeachment inquiry into the president as soon as Congress resumes its session following the August recess, the Western Journal reported.
Talk of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Biden, which appears to be supported by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), has been circulating on Capitol Hill and gaining broader support among GOP members over the past few weeks and months.
Breitbart reported that the "outraged" commentary from Rep. Greene came in the wake of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed against NARA that demanded the agency turn over an estimated 5,400 emails and documents that include one of three known aliases and pseudonyms for President Biden -- "Robert Peters," "Robin Ware," and "JRB Ware."
At least some of those emails and documents are known to have directly discussed or been shared with Hunter Biden and/or his associates in regard to their questionable foreign business dealings -- which completely undermines the president's oft-repeated assertions that he had no knowledge of or involvement in his son's business ventures with foreign entities and individuals.
In addition to that lawsuit, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) has similarly called upon NARA to provide unredacted copies of all of those emails and documents to his investigation of the Biden family, including all documents that include a known Biden pseudonym, anything that mentions Hunter and specific associates, and particular documents that relate to a speech then-VP Biden delivered to Ukraine's parliament in 2015.
"Joe Biden has stated there was 'an absolute wall' between his family’s foreign business schemes and his duties as Vice President, but evidence reveals that access was wide open for his family’s influence peddling," Comer said in a statement that accompanied his demand letter to NARA.
"We already have evidence of then-Vice President Biden speaking, dining, and having coffee with his son’s foreign business associates. We also know that Hunter Biden and his associates were informed of then-Vice President Biden’s official government duties in countries where they had a financial interest," he added. "The National Archives must provide these unredacted records to further our investigation into the Biden family’s corruption."
According to Breitbart, in Rep. Greene's view, using an alias or pseudonym on government email networks "should be illegal. I do not think you can hide your identity."
"Joe Biden is again on record proven to be lying to the American people about his knowledge and involvement with his son and business partners," she said and suggested that Biden is likely compromised "as an elective elected office holder in some of the highest seats in the land as senator and then vice president."
"I don’t know how anybody will take us seriously if we can’t vote on impeachment inquiry," Greene asserted. "If you can’t vote for impeachment on Joe Biden, then how can you dare to even claim you’re willing to drain the swamp? You’re not!"
"Any Republican that won’t go for impeachment inquiry or won’t vote for impeachment is proving to the voters, proving to the American people, that they’re not up to the task to hold anyone accountable," the Georgia congresswoman added. "If we still have Republicans on the fence, then that tells you right now that we’re in a crisis. We’re literally in a crisis in this country if we cannot vote for an impeachment inquiry with yet another bombshell news story about the corruption and the secretive nature of Joe Biden."
For what it is worth, Speaker McCarthy, who has in the past seemingly sought to rein in some of his members who are anxious to impeach President Biden, such as Rep. Greene, suggested during a Fox News interview on Sunday that he and most of his fellow Republicans are now just about ready to begin an impeachment inquiry against Biden, perhaps as soon as before the end of September.
"There’s a lot of questions still. And to be able to get the answers to these questions, you would need an impeachment inquiry to empower Congress, Republicans and Democrats, to be able to get the answers that the American people deserve to know," McCarthy said. "I have had Democrats now tell me they’re very concerned because they back this president based upon what he told America. And with each turn, we find that is not true."