New court filings have revealed that the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has uncovered a staggering 82,000 pages of potentially responsive records in connection with the fake names Joe Biden used while he was vice president.
NARA disclosed its discovery of 82,000 possible records in a status report filed in federal court Monday with the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF)The disclosure was part of the SLF’s ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking copies of all the emails Joe Biden sent using his aliases.
The contents of the status report were first reported by Just the News.
As Slay News has previously reported, Biden used a series of pseudonyms on emails that were about both official and family business, according to emails found on his son Hunter’s now-infamous “Laptop from Hell.”
However, this is the first time the sheer volume of the correspondence has been revealed.
The filings show that the accounts for more than 82,000 pages of emails were sent or received from included: “email@example.com, JRBWare@gmail.com, and Robert.L.Peters@pci.gov.”
The correspondence apparently spans over the entire eight-year period Biden was serving as Obama’s vice president.
The whopping revelation comes as Republicans are seeking records revealing Joe Biden‘s use of pseudonyms to discuss his activities related to Ukraine with his son Hunter during his time as vice president.
It is central to their ongoing impeachment inquiry into the sitting president.
The amount is well above the 33,000 emails former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleted from her personal server, causing a nationwide scandal.
As required by law, elected officials are to preserve all correspondence conducted during their time in office.
This includes any government-related work on a personal server.
The archives said Biden’s emails over an 8-year period are such a large scope that will take a long time to provide all copies of the correspondence.
“NARA has completed a search for potentially responsive documents and is currently processing those documents for the purpose of producing non-exempt portions of any responsive records on a monthly rolling basis,” the filing states.
It says that due to the “scope” of the FOIA request, “the volume of potentially responsive records is necessarily large.”
“NARA has identified approximately 82,000 pages of potentially responsive documents, and it is currently processing those documents and preparing any non-exempt responsive documents for production on a rolling basis,” the filing notes.
Republicans have asked NARA for an un-redacted document that indicates that then-VP Biden took a call with the president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, on May 27, 2016.
According to evidence uncovered by House investigators, the document was emailed to “Robert L. Peters” with Hunter Biden copied.
At the time, top Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin was investigating oil company Burisma Holdings for corruption.
During this period, Hunter was a sitting board member of Burisma.
Hunter Biden was paid tens of thousands of dollars per month in salary despite having no skills or experience in the energy sector.