Joe Biden communicated directly with Hunter's associates hundreds of times using aliases

The president used email accounts under false names 327 times over a nine-year period.

The House of Representatives' investigations of the Biden family's influence-peddling scheme has revealed that President Joe Biden - who was vice president at the time of most of the events for which he is investigated - used aliases in his communications. According to information revealed by the House Ways and Means Committee, President Biden used email accounts with aliases 327 times in a nine-year period from 2010 to 2019.

Three House committees are investigating the current president's role in an alleged bribery scheme in which the Biden family may have received money in exchange for Joe Biden's influence.

Joe Biden had direct communication with Hunter's associates

The different committees participating in the investigation are the Judiciary Committee, the Oversight Committee and the Ways and Means Committee, which have been collecting information for months that could explain why Joe Biden used an alias. Members of the different committees have complained about the current administration's intervention to block access to these emails.

Republican House Majority Leader Rep. Steve Scalise has said that "as more facts come out, the White House continues to try to change their tune to cover up what really happened. As Rep. James Comer talked about, tens of thousands of pages of alias information is still at the White House, that they won't turn over to Congress. What are they trying to hide at the White House? Why won't the White House fully comply?"

The Ways and Means Committee's new finding comes from information obtained from IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler. The records prove that Biden was in direct contact with Hunter Biden's business partners, and communications occurred hundreds of times in which the then-vice president used aliases. In particular, 54 of the emails were communications between Joe Biden and Eric Schwerin, one of Hunter's business partners, who, according to the committee, was "the architect of the Biden family's shell companies."

Of the 327 emails with aliases, 38 were emails from the White House to an alias of Joe Biden and copied to Hunter Biden. The aliases used were "robinware456", "JRBware" and "RobertLPeters."

In the statement, the House Ways and Means Committee states that these new findings are "directly refuting previous public statements the President has made that he had no knowledge of his son's business dealings. The President appears now to not only have had knowledge but also been intimately involved in Hunter Biden's business dealings."

How involved was President Biden?

As the different committees obtain more evidence, Joe Biden's level of involvement in his son's businesses appears to be increasing and with more serious implications. According to the committee's statement, at the hearing on Wednesday, December 6, Jason Smith, president of the committee, stated that:

"Vice President Biden appears to have treated Air Force 2 like a corporate jet, traveling to Ukraine and Mexico to advance Hunter Biden's business interests. Evidence from today's documents show right around the time of international trips like those to Ukraine, Joe Biden was emailing his son and his son's business partner from private email accounts using aliases while Vice President."

The committee's data shows that when Joe Biden traveled to Ukraine, the emails he sent to Schwerin (the alleged architect of the Biden family's shell companies) increased dramatically. At that time, Hunter Biden had been appointed to the board of the Ukrainian company Burisma, an appointment that occurred due to the political weight and influence that the son of the then-vice president had to benefit the company.

According to information revealed by the committee, Joe Biden and Schwerin exchanged five emails before Joe Biden's trip to Ukraine in June 2014. And after the trip, Biden and Schwerin exchanged 27 emails.

Subsequently, Joe Biden, who was Obama's vice president at the time, threatened to withhold $1 billion in foreign aid to Ukraine if they did not fire the prosecutor investigating corruption in the company that had his son Hunter Biden on the board. After Joe Biden's threat, the prosecutor was fired.