- America First Legal’s FOIA request reveals over 29,000 emails between then-Vice President Biden, his son, and his brother concerning foreign business.
- Biden has consistently denied knowledge of his family’s overseas businesses.
- The FOIA request shows 19,335 emails with Rosemont Seneca, 4,243 with Hunter Biden, 1,751 with Jim Biden, and 3,738 with Jim’s Lion Hall Group.
A revelation from America First Legal has shaken political circles, as their Freedom of Information Act request has unveiled a staggering count of over 29,000 emails between then-Vice President Joe Biden and his family concerning foreign business affairs.
Critics, alongside House GOP investigators, claim that Biden’s past statements are not just falsehoods but could potentially translate to criminal or even impeachable acts.
He had famously proclaimed, “I have never discussed, with my son or my brother or with anyone else, anything having to do with their businesses. Period.”
Yet, America First Legal’s statement on X suggests otherwise: “These damning numbers further confirm that there was never a wall separating the Office of the Vice President and Hunter Biden’s business endeavors,” it reads.
The statement further suggests that, contrary to Biden’s claims, there seems to have been an “extensive commingling between them.”
The organization went public with its findings earlier in the week, tweeting the specifics:
“Our FOIA lawsuit against the National Archives has now revealed that then-Vice President Biden’s Office had:
🚨19,335 emails with Rosemont Seneca
🚨4,243 emails with Hunter Biden
🚨1,751 emails with Jim Biden
🚨3,738 emails with Jim’s Lion Hall Group”
These numbers stand in stark contrast to Biden’s prior assurance, which stated there would be a definitive separation between personal, private business interests, and the government.
This FOIA request targeted the National Archives and Records Administration, an entity which former President Donald Trump has often criticized for perceived biases.
Notably, the specific contents of the discussed emails are still under wraps.
The National Archives justified this by stating that sifting through this vast volume would necessitate over 15 months, as highlighted by The Federalist.
Former President Trump tried to confront Biden on these matters during the only 2020 presidential debate, but Fox News’ Chris Wallace, the moderator, allegedly sidestepped this issue, much to Trump’s chagrin.
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