Recently, the FBI came into focus with regard to an alleged diary written by President Biden’s daughter, Ashley Biden. Fox News host Tucker Carlson had made a statement that other news agencies probably wouldn’t run with the story. Before coming back to Carlson, though, let’s rehash the story from the beginning.
In October of 2020, just before the presidential election, an individual staying at a hotel claimed to find a diary belonging to Ahsley Biden. The individual Aimee Harris, tried to sell it to various Republican sources before arranging to sell it to investigative journalist organization Project Veritas for $40,000. The CEO of Project Veritas, James O’Keefe, investigated the claims of the diary, and made the decision not to print or disseminate any of the information inside of it, and instead turned it into the police after attempting to return it to Biden’s attorneys, who rejected the diary.
Since then, another right-wing organization who had details of the diary went ahead and published many excerpts from it. It is not known specifically how they got the details, but at the time the mainstream media and even Fox News discounted the diary despite its many disturbing claims of an inappropriate relationship between Biden and his then-child-aged Ashley. (We won’t go to any details here. If you wish to find them outside of Shockwave.us, feel free; just type “Ashley Biden Diary” into your search browser.)
There are several different stories and theories abounding about this diary; most notably the big question: “Is it real?” Of course, the diary may be real, but doesn’t prove the salacious events happened, though one can make reasonable assumptions based on know facts, such as Ashley’s brother Hunter’s known exploits proven with an abandoned laptop that also implies inappropriate in-family behavior, as well as Joe Biden’s known preclovities such as swimming nude in front of female Secret Service agents while he was Vice President.
So back to the discussion of today: Recently, the FBI has decided to investigate the original seller of the diary, Aimee Harris, and to attempt to find an indictable statute to charge her with. At first, they attempted to infer that she stole the diary, as property left in hotel rooms still technically belong to their owner even if forgotten and left behind. However, there is a lot of case law and decisions that negate any criminal intent of items found in hotel rooms, relying on hotels to have strict ethical codes about service staffs and the implications of their job status if they don’t turn in things.
But the effect of the FBI now investigating Harris has just removed the de facto suppression of the story, which (presumably) was supposed to prevent any danger to Biden’s presidency or it’s coattail effects on Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections. Instead, many conventional sources are now starting to look further into the allegations put forth in the diary.
The troubling fact that the FBI has entered the picture in official context has essentially CONFIRMED that the diary is real; in other words, that the diary exists, it was owned by Ashley Biden, and Ashley Biden wrote many things in her diary. As mentioned earlier, we do not know if the items in which she wrote were true, or were stories themselves. For obvious reasons, nothing said in the diary can be legally acted upon by law enforcement against Biden, or any other adults ostensibly mentioned by Ashley in the diary.
That said, the real jury in this episode is not necessarily one in a court of law, but the hundreds of millions of voters in the United States. And that brings us back to Tucker Carlson, who spent several minutes on the diary, its implications on the presidency, and who made an unusual plea to his listeners: He wants everyone to share this story with as many people as possible, including those who have been relatively ignorant of the entire issue with the diary.
I am honored to be helping Tucker Carlson in this need to expand transparent, honest news. Please watch Tucker’s episode for last Friday’s episode on June 17, 2022, and makes sure you tell everyone you know to watch it. Fox News plays repeats of its shows, or you can search for it on the Fox News Internet site. Thank you.