The National Archives has 82,000 emails from Joe Biden, written under a fake name over several years.

This dwarfs Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and is just the latest bomb to drop right into the middle of Joe Biden’s reelection campaign. It comes as Biden sits at a historic low of just 37% approval among Americans.

At some point, you start to ask yourself—how long will he hang in the race?

The emails were revealed Monday in a little-noticed status report on a FOIA lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration. The suit was filed by the Southeastern Legal Foundation and could derail the entire Biden Administration. The suit covers several years and includes at least three pseudonym emails used during Joe Biden’s tenure as Vice President. Many wonder if they contain smoking gun information about the Biden Family Business that collected a haul of some $24 million in return for no work at all—none that anyone can find, anyway.

John Solomon and Just the News broke the story late yesterday—the lawsuit followed Just the News revealing the secret emails a year ago.

The three known covert email addresses are,, and

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I wonder what the laptop media will do to justify ignoring this bombshell story.

The breaking story from Just the News also included this excerpt from the update:
“NARA has completed a search for potentially responsive documents and is currently processing those documents for the purpose of producing non-exempt portions of any responsive records on a monthly rolling basis … Given the scope of Plaintiff’s FOIA request, which seeks copies of all emails in three separate accounts over an eight-year period, the volume of potentially responsive records is necessarily large.”
And then, the scope of the admission was put forth:
“NARA has identified approximately 82,000 pages of potentially responsive documents, and it is currently processing those documents and preparing any non-exempt responsive documents for production on a rolling basis.”
We will have to wait and see where this goes, but the lawsuit just hit paydirt, it appears. Now, the real digging will begin, and I certainly believe that the Congressional investigations will be keen on learning all they can about what those emails contain.
Meanwhile, the problems for Biden are piling up—how about the time-tested and totally rejected Bidenomics? Rent is through the roof in the country, and while illegal aliens are getting put up in New York hotels, Americans struggle to pay each month.
Then there is the explosion of antisemitism that has Biden and his Administration snake-bitten. They are pinned by The Squad on one side and Jewish members of Congress and the public on the other. Talk about a no-win situation. To make matters worse, the administration is completely silent on the matter; KJP refused to say if Biden would condemn pro-Hamas protestors in the US.
On The Hill, Speaker of the House Mike Johnson is insisting that funding for Ukraine, Israel, the border, and anything else be done separately—something that had Democrats howling. But that is what’s happening.
And with his polling numbers deep underwater, President Biden really isn’t doing anything to help instill confidence in would-be voters. Each time he steps to the microphone, his staff recoils in fear—because they never know what is going to happen.
And if he makes it to Election Day 2024, who are people really going to be voting for if they decide to pull the handle for a Democrat? Are you really voting for Kamala to step in once Joe kicks the bucket? Keep that in mind come November.