Why Does Biden Use Aliases If He Has Nothing to Hide?

Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., recently shared his reflections on Newsmax, questioning the necessity of pseudonyms in redacted emails involving Joe Biden during his vice presidency. These emails were made public earlier in the year by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

As the GOP seems more inclined toward initiating an impeachment investigation against President Biden, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., the head of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, has requested that NARA release unaltered records from Biden’s tenure as vice president. He’s particularly interested in times when Biden’s vice presidency intersected with his son Hunter Biden’s Ukrainian dealings and those emails bearing pseudonyms such as “Robert Peters,” “Robin Ware,” and “JRB Ware.”

“Why the necessity for aliases and secret names while serving as vice president? Is something being concealed?” Steube, a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, inquired during his appearance on “The Chris Salcedo Show.” He firmly believes there were ulterior motives.

On August 11, Steube initiated impeachment procedures against President Biden, alleging numerous offenses including abuse of power, bribery, and obstruction of justice, amongst others. He claims that the recent findings about the pseudonyms lend credence to concerns Republicans have had since the commencement of their probes into Biden earlier this year.

Steube highlighted, “Concrete figures are now coming to light. It’s evident that the Biden family has received in excess of $20 million from foreign entities, including Ukraine, Russia, and the Chinese Communist Party. Take for instance the case where a Russian tycoon, Elena Baturina, transferred $3.5 million. Subsequent to this, a dinner took place in Washington, D.C., involving Baturina, Hunter, and Joe Biden.”

Intriguingly, Steube added, “When Russia launched an invasion into Ukraine during Biden’s presidency, Baturina was notably absent from the U.S. sanctions list targeting Russian elites. Such instances, backed by tangible proof, raise eyebrows.”