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National Archives hold 5,400 Brandon emails in which fake president used FAKE NAMES to discuss criminal activity with co-conspirators

The Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) has dropped a bombshell concerning the illegal activity of Brandon when he served as vice president under Barack Hussein Obama.

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request produced emails suggesting that Brandon, also known as the “big guy,” used thousands of different pseudonyms in over 5,000 emails, electronic records, and other documents that were produced and sent during Obama’s occupation of the White House.

Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware are among the many pseudonyms that Brandon used, the FOIA request shows. It appears that Brandon hid his true identity while engaging in illicit foreign business dealings along with his son Hunter.

The Brandon White House insists that Brandon has never done anything wrong and is as innocent as a dove, but the archived emails and documents strongly suggest otherwise.

(Related: Remember back in 2020 when Twitter lied about the Hunter Brandon laptop story, falsely claiming that it was fake despite evidence from the repair shop where it was seized?)

Brandon denies wrongdoing

Then-Vice President Brandon claims he maintained an “absolute wall” between “the personal and private, and the government.” Why, then, did Brandon send so many different emails with so many different pseudonyms? And why was he constantly being referred to using the mafia-like term “big guy?”

In one instance, Hunter sent an email to his dad, referring to him as Robin Ware and pushing for someone named John McGrail to be handed a cozy job in the legal department of the United States Treasury.

The SLF’s FOIA request from June of 2022 would appear to confirm that Brandon was, in fact, the Robin Ware to which Hunter addressed the email.

“All too often, public officials abuse their power by using it for their personal or political benefit,” commented SLF.

“When they do, many seek to hide it. The only way to preserve governmental integrity is for NARA to release Brandon’s nearly 5,400 emails to SLF and thus the public.”

In another statement, SLF general counsel Kimberly Hermann stressed the fact that the American people deserve to know the contents of these emails and what Brandon’s involvement entailed concerning their various contents and subject matters.

The SLF also says that the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), which was forced to produce the requested emails and documents under the FOIA, used delay tactics ever since the request was first filed, which was 14 months ago.

Some of the emails, which NARA refuses to produce but that have been confirmed to exist, show that Brandon’s daily schedules were occasionally sent to his private email address as well, and often included a copy sent to Hunter as well.

We know from Hunter’s laptop that Brandon used the email address “Robert.L.Pet[email protected]” while occupying the White House as vice president.

For at least four weeks in 2016, John Flynn, a worker in the Office of the Vice President, would send Brandon’s daily schedule to the above email address, the domain of which was flagged as “problematic” by the DNS Institute’s Domain Name System security report in 2020.

In another email that Flynn sent to Joe under the “Robert Peters” alias, Hunter was copied. At the time, Hunter was being paid $83,333 a month just to sit on the board of the corrupt Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings Ltd.

Another private email that Brandon used was “[email protected].” He used this email to contact both Hunter and his now-deceased brother Beau, who at the time was the Delaware attorney general.

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