DoJ Quietly Confirms Ashley Biden Diary Detailing ‘Inappropriate Showers With Dad’ Is Real

The mainstream media have been suggesting Ashley Biden’s diary is fake news, but the Department of Justice has just charged two people with conspiring to traffic the diary in which the Joe Biden’s daughter details her experience of having “inappropriate showers” with her father as a young girl.

The charges are the first to come from an FBI investigation into how the diary made it into the hands of James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas prior to the 2020 presidential election.

Leaked diary entries belonging to Ashley Biden reveal she was sexually molested as a child and holds a deep resentment towards her father – Joe Biden.

The confirmation of the existence of the journal means the mainstream media has been exposed attempting to cover for the Biden family for the second time. The media and fact checkers attempted to convince the public the Hunter Biden laptop story was fake news and Russian disinformation before the 2020 election, only for the truth to finally emerge this year.

Aimee Harris, 40, of Palm Beach, and Jonathan Kurlander, 58, of Jupiter, both pled guilty to a charge of conspiracy stemming from their selling of the journal, the US Attorney’s Office in Manhattan said in a statement.

“Harris and Kurlander stole personal property from an immediate family member of a candidate for national political office,” Damian Williams, the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement, according to Politico.

“They sold the property to an organization in New York for $40,000 and even returned to take more of the victim’s property when asked to do so. 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.”

Post Millennial report: Both pleaded guilty as part of an agreement with prosecutors. Each face a maximum possible sentence of five years in prison.

Project Veritas said that it paid for the rights to publish the diary but that they never published it because they couldn’t authenticate it.

The FBI obtained search warrants for O’Keefe’s home, along with two of his colleagues. No one has been charged, though O’Keefe has been vocal in his denouncing of the raids and has said that they are an attack on press freedom.

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