Last Updated on August 29, 2022
Recent developments involving Ashley Biden, President Joe Biden’s daughter, suggest her personal diary, which was first reported by National File’s Patrick Howley, is legitimate.
In October 2020, National File released the contents of Ashley Biden’s diary in its entirety. An employee at James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas provided the diary documents to National File after the investigative journalism company refused to run with the story.
After Project Veritas said in court it purchased the diary in 2020 from two people with the initials A.H. and R.K., FBI agents raided the homes of Veritas employees, claiming they were under investigation for theft and illegal transportation of personal property. Project Veritas believes the raids “appear to be founded on the premise that the diary does belong to Ashley Biden.”
This past week, two individuals, Aimee Harris (initials, A.H.) and Robert Kurlander (initials, R.K.), plead guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit interstate transportation of stolen property. Speaking with Epoch Times, National File’s publisher, Noel Fritsch, explained how these charges “essentially proves the diary is legit.”
Read the Epoch Times article here.
A Biden-appointed U.S. Attorney General said in a statement that “Harris and Kurlander sought to profit from their theft of another person’s personal property, and they now stand convicted of a federal felony as a result.”
Project Veritas did not publish the diary due to pushback from people outside of the group, multiple sources told National File.
These sources also admitted to National File there is a recording of Ashley Biden where she explicitly affirms the diary is hers.
Additionally, a handwriting expert verified the diary’s documents were written by Ashley.
There are several shocking revelations in Ashley’s diary. She details how she was sexually molested as a child in “probably not appropriate” showers with her father, her struggle with drug abuse, and provides insight into the U.S. President and his family’s scandals, which the mainstream media rarely covers.
Stay tuned to National File for any updates.