White House Remains Tight-lipped on Hunter Biden Email Release

When the current White House initially came into power, it made a commitment to Americans to be transparent. Needless to say, this is not something the Biden administration managed to live up to.

As a matter of fact, this White House’s total lack of transparency has been put on full display when it comes to Hunter Biden. For quite some time, it’s been well-known that Hunter used his father’s influence and clout in politics to carry out various business deals.

Furthermore, it’s been revealed that when Joe Biden was vice president, he pressed the Ukrainian government to do away with a prosecutor investigating Burisma, an energy company that Hunter was working for.

Now, the Biden administration is having to decide whether or not to block a Hunter Biden email release that’s set to happen via the National Archives, per the New York Post.

A Sticky Situation For Biden

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request has been submitted for the National Archives to hand over hundreds of emails and dozens of images pertaining to Hunter’s work with Burisma.

This is clearly an issue that Biden doesn’t want to come to light. However, if the president uses executive action to prevent the release of these documents, it will only look more suspicious.

Though if Biden doesn’t stand in the way of these emails and images being released, there’s no telling what may be on them.

The president has repeatedly alleged to have had no involvement in Hunter’s work overseas; however, emails and other information recovered from Hunter’s infamous laptop have demonstrably proven otherwise.

Next month, the GOP will have a majority in the House of Representatives. Conservative lawmakers have also been clear that they intend to get to the bottom of what all the Biden family knew and did regarding Hunter’s international business affairs.

More Legal Problems Facing Hunter

Republicans express concerns about not just how Hunter may have used his father’s influence. Additonal areas of concern involve how the FBI and various lawmakers may be covering up investigations into Hunter.

Thus far, these investigations, at the very least, suggest the first son has some involvment in human trafficking and various financial crimes. Hunter is also alleged to have lied on forms he filed to purchase a gun, among other things.

It is the view of many Americans that if Hunter’s last name wasn’t “Biden,” he’d already be charged and serving time.

How the Biden administration reacts to the planned release of documents by the National Archives may also impact the investigation to come from House Republicans.

What do you think the White House is going to do in response to the National Archives planning to release emails and images pertaining to Hunter Biden’s overseas business affairs? Please be sure to share in the comments area below.

This article appeared in The Conservative Brief and has been published here with permission.