National Archives Exposes Biden’s Lies

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

For years, President Joe Biden has asserted he doesn’t know anything, using it as his sole defense to allegations his family had profiteered from peddling his influence to foreign countries and companies.

Despite mounting evidence to contradict his claims he doesn’t know anything, Biden has insisted that when it comes to his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings, his clueless.

Recently, Biden’s doubled down on his ignorance by denying his family members have received money from foreign sources, even after reports showed millions of incoming transfers from China during his administration.

Now, even more damning evidence has emerged.

Emails surfaced that show in 2015, while Biden was Vice President, he helped draft a response to the controversial deals.

Furthermore, it appears that Biden’s then-White House communications director Kate Bedingfield was aware of Biden’s role in the foreign deals even as he denied it.

But the National Archives is now calling foul on Biden’s ignorance plea by releasing a batch of emails that definitively prove he was aware of Hunter Biden’s foreign deals.

One such email dates back to December 2015, in which Biden approves an official statement regarding Hunter Biden’s position on a Ukrainian energy company’s board.

The email is especially damning as Biden has repeated — as Presidential candidate and President — that he has “never spoken to [Hunter Biden] about his overseas business dealings.”

That statement was already disproven by the emails on the younger Biden’s infamous laptop. But mainstream buried that story before the election.

Now, the National Archives emails, which the mainstream media can’t deny, definitively prove what many knew all along — Biden isn’t as oblivious as he pretends to be about how his family used his position to strike gold.