If the ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden’s laptop has demonstrated anything thus far, it’s that there are still serious questions that have gone largely unanswered, and the latest such example has many raising their eyebrows.
Even before the digital age, the practiced use of codenames to coordinate movement and communication of high-ranking officials and VIPs had been a common one. So, while it is not unexpected to see that then-Vice President Joe Biden used a pseudonym in some of his emailed messages, the fact that he chose the character of a fictional Soviet Union-era spy as his alias seems, at the very least, off-color.
Peter Henderson is a character created by bestselling novelist Tom Clancy. The KGB mole had made his way into the inner circles of the U.S. government by working as a minor Senate aide before being captured by the CIA in the popular Jack Ryan series. Henderson, who appeared in classics like “The Hunt for Red October” and “Without Remorse,” agreed to become a double agent in exchange for his freedom.
Following an initial report from Oct. 2020 where The National Pulse revealed that Hunter Biden’s laptop included a Jan. 2017 missive from the account using the name Peter Henderson, stating, “Keep in touch Love Dad,” new information shows the Henderson identity was used by the elder Biden for numerous communications, according to The New York Post.
The earliest known instance the Post uncovered of Biden using the Henderson pseudonym occurred in Oct. 2016 when the then-VP forwarded a YouTube video from an email address named “67stingray,” a reference to Biden’s Corvette. The video was sent to his brother Jim Biden, sister Valerie Biden Owens, daughter-in-law Hallie, and Hunter.
The Henderson account was then used again that November to share a Forbes report that “prosperity” was on the way for the United States, but that demographic trends could “spell trouble” for China and Russia.
The latest recorded instance of the account being used included a February 2018 “invitation for Vice President Biden” to speak at the University of Pennsylvania sent from Owens. Like the message sent to Hunter signed “Love Dad,” one can’t help but wonder at the effectiveness of using a pseudonym when the messages being relayed include such blatantly personal content.
Initial requests for comment went unanswered from the White House and will likely only fuel further speculation as to the subtext of Biden using the name of a fictional Soviet spy, who started working in the Senate in the 70s, as an alias while he continued to accuse former President Donald Trump of collusion with Russia. It also remains unclear if Biden had continued to use this pseudonym beyond the point that Hunter Biden had turned his laptop over to a Delaware computer repair shop for maintenance.
What is known is that the contents of the laptop are being investigated in a federal probe that may lead to Hunter Biden being indicted for charges that could include foreign lobbying violations and money laundering and that, in some capacity, President Joe Biden may have had knowledge or involvement in those activities like paying for the tax fees of Hunter’s Chinese business deals, as previously reported.
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