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Hillary’s scandal where 30,000 emails were destroyed after they had been subpoenaed by Congress probably helped deep-six her run for the Presidency. What happens with Joe Biden when we get to see what’s in his 82,000 secret emails?
A recurring theme in the discussion about Biden impeachment inquiry is a basic fact in court cases: when a jury is presented with evidence that is being deliberately hidden by the accused, they are allowed to draw an inference of guilt from the act of hiding the evidence.
Hillary had secret emails on a secret server that were so damning that she didn’t just break them, she ran them through a variety of processes that would put their retrieval beyond the reach of even the most skilled forensics team.
Joe Biden has been under the microscope with accusations that he has been selling political access to high office in exchange for enriching himself and his family.
His claims that there have been no discussions about Hunter’s foreign business relationships has already been shown to be a lie.
More to the point, Joe Biden — whose official correspondence was supposed to be a matter of the public record — has been caught sending emails back and forth to other people under not just one, but several bogus names.
Under legal pressure, the National Archives has confirmed to a court that it has located 82,000 pages of emails that Biden sent or received during his vice presidential tenure on three private pseudonym accounts. It’s a total that potentially dwarfs the amount that landed Hillary Clinton in hot water a decade ago.
The total of Biden private email exchanges was disclosed Monday in a little-noticed status report filed in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought against the National Archives and Records Administration by the nonprofit public interest law firm the Southeastern Legal Foundation.
The foundation brought the lawsuit seeking access to the emails after Just the News revealed a year ago that Joe Biden had used three pseudonym email accounts – firstname.lastname@example.org, JRBWare@gmail.com, and Robert.L.Peters@pci.gov – during the time he served as President Barack Obama’s vice president.
[…] House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer has already demanded the National Archives turn over unredacted copies of all emails Joe Biden sent his son and Hunter’s top business partners during his time in the Obama administration.
“The Committee’s need for these Vice-Presidential records is specific and well- documented,” Comer wrote recently to Colleen Shogam, the head of the National Archives and Records Administration. “The Committee seeks to craft legislative solutions aimed at deficiencies it has identified in the current legal framework regarding ethics laws and disclosure of financial interests related to the immediate family members of Vice Presidents and Presidents— deficiencies that may place American national security and interests at risk.” — Just The News
The lack of any interest in potential corruption on Biden’s behalf contrasts sharply with the dogged determination Biden’s DOJ has in throwing spaghetti against the wall in every conceivable Trump case to see what sticks.
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