Analyses of Hunter Biden‘s recovered email data from an abandoned laptop showed that President Joe Biden used an anonymous Google alias, “Robin Ware,” to convey sensitive information, including State Department correspondence, to his close confidantes and family members.
Google appeared to have scrubbed the account and any search appearances of it as of Wednesday.
A Headline USA investigation was unable to verify any other accounts associated with the email on a selection of social-media and dating sites.
Three emails provided by Solomon appeared to suggest relatively mundane messages were sent to and from the account, although they did show that government officials, including now-Secretary of State Antony Blinken, were aware of and regularly used the private alias.
One declassified email appeared to offer an update on Martin O’Connor, a Chicago man who was detained in Turkey in 2015 after attempting to take an antique sword he had purchased through airport customs.
It is unclear from the email what Hunter Biden’s specific interest in the case may have been.
On other occasions, however, Solomon said Hunter appeared to take too active an interest in government affairs.
In a June 2014 email about a Treasury Department opening, Hunter wrote to his father, “Before you fill the positions, pls talk to me.”
Then-Vice President Biden replied, “Call me right away, Dad.”
The disclosure—one of many late-breaking laptop revelations still being culled from the treasure-trove of material that was widely censored by both mainstream- and social-media publishers prior to the 2020 election—carried echoes for many of the scandal that helped sink Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
A discovery that Clinton, while serving as Obama’s secretary of State, was secretly routing State Department business through a private email address and server at her New York residence triggered an investigation by the Republican-led Congress, as well as a criminal investigation by the FBI.
Although Clinton was discovered to have sent classified documents to the unsecured server, Operation “Midyear Exam,” run by corrupt, biased FBI agent Peter Strzok, ultimately was dismissed by then-Director James Comey under pressure from then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Despite the evidence, Comey claimed in a controversial decree that the agency had been unable to establish “intent” when analyzing Clinton’s egregious national-security violations.
Clinton, for her part, showed contempt of Congress and obstructed justice by having a private company use BleachBit software to wipe the server. She also had lackeys physically destroy several personal devices by using a hammer.
She claimed that the 33,000 unrecovered emails had mainly to do with personal matters that were of no public interest.
However, her Republican rival, Donald Trump, made hay of the scandal.
“Remember she said, I think it was for her wedding—the wedding of Chelsea—it was for yoga classes,” Trump said in August 2016, according to the Washington Free Beacon. “Thirty-three thousand emails. That’s a lot of yoga.”
While Hunter Biden’s laptop has generated many scandalous—albeit sparsely reported—stories, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton—who played a key role in exposing the Clinton email scandal—told Just the News that Biden’s failure to disclose the secret Gmail account may be another scandal unto itself.
“The Presidential Records Act required Joe Biden to make sure that any of his gmail account emails, including these emails to Hunter Biden, were forwarded to a government account so they could properly be handled by the National Archives,” Fitton said.
Yet, the new revelation about Biden’s secret email might help explain why the previous Democrat administration was so interested in tamping down on Clinton’s scandal at any cost.
“No wonder the Obama White House wanted to protect Hillary Clinton from the consequences of [her] email shell game!” Fitton observed.
With the secret out in the open, he pledged to proceed with new Freedom of Information requests to learn who else Biden had corresponded with using the private alias.
“We might know more beginning next year, when Judicial Watch and the public can begin filing FOIAs for Obama White House emails,” Fitton said.
A similar scandal has surrounded Biden’s archive of Senate papers, held at the University of Delaware.
The school refused to release them to the public in the lead-up to the 2020 election, despite suspicions that there could be information contained within them about a credible rape allegation against Biden.
It has pledged to make them public only after Biden has officially exited public office.