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Biden Might Have Finally Stepped on the Ultimate Political Landmine

Top law professor Jonathan Turley has probed a string of aliases allegedly linked to President Joe Biden with his “influence-peddling” son.

Former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden speaking with supporters at a community event at Sun City MacDonald Ranch in Henderson, Nevada. By Gage Skidmore.

Top law professor Jonathan Turley has probed a string of aliases allegedly linked to President Joe Biden with his “influence-peddling” son.

The article discusses the use of aliases and nicknames by President Joe Biden, particularly the alias “Robert L. Peters.” 

Joe Biden Keeps Getting Into More Hot Water 

The Fox News contributor raises questions about whether these aliases were used to conceal the president’s involvement in certain business dealings, particularly those related to his son Hunter Biden.

Turley, the Shapiro professor of public interest law at George Washington University, even highlights email communications where individuals were instructed not to directly refer to President Biden but instead use aliases like “the Big Guy” when discussing certain transactions.

These transactions allegedly involved President Joe Biden receiving a planned 10% cut from a deal with a Chinese energy firm and other benefits from foreign sources.

It comes after the news that Joe Biden used several private email addresses, from which he occasionally conducted government-related communications, as revealed by emails discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop. 

These online aliases, namely ‘Robin Ware,’ ‘Robert L. Peters,’ and ‘JRB Ware,’ were utilized in correspondence that pertained to both official and personal affairs.

“It appears that other Obama administration officials used such aliases,” wrote Turley, adding: “The question is whether Mr. Peters was doing something that Mr. Biden did not want to be associated with. He was not the “brand” being sold by Hunter, but he may have been a conduit to deliver on that brand. “

Impeachment?

The House of Representatives is interested in investigating whether “Robert L. Peters” was indeed an alias for president and whether these emails imply wrongdoing. However, the Biden administration does not appear eager to address these questions.

The article also mentions that there are 27 emails linked to Joe Biden’s alleged “Robert L. Peters” alias, including one sent from a former senior adviser to president with a White House domain name.

It concludes by emphasizing the need for the House to pursue answers to these questions and suggests that President Biden should make information and financial records available to address concerns about his past conduct and denials. It also raises the possibility of an impeachment inquiry if efforts to obstruct the investigation continue.

Is Joe the ‘Big Guy’?

In a closed-door briefing last month, former Hunter Biden associate Devon Archer revealed that President Joe Biden and his son maintained frequent communication, with the younger Biden occasionally including his father on calls with business associates.  

The testimony, which stressed the absence of any business-related discussions during these calls, has renewed scrutiny into the President’s awareness of his son’s overseas business activities. 

Some Republican leaders consider the evidence leading to Biden as the “big guy” referred to by several of Hunter Biden’s associates in key emails. This suggests he may have been involved in his son’s business dealings, namely in China and Ukraine. 

Republicans, seeking clarity on the extent of President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings, are now considering an impeachment inquiry to bolster their investigatory efforts. The White House, however, continues to assert that the president had no business ties with Hunter. 

Georgia Gilholy is a journalist based in the United Kingdom who has been published in Newsweek, The Times of Israel, and the Spectator. Gilholy writes about international politics, culture, and education.

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Georgia Gilholy is a journalist based in the United Kingdom who has been published in Newsweek, The Times of Israel, and the Spectator. Gilholy writes about international politics, culture, and education.