Why is the FBI so concerned about missing Ashley Biden diary? What’s in it?

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The FBI raided the homes of three employees of Project Veritas, including the home of CEO James O’Keefe in search of a missing diary believed to be owned by Ashley Biden, the daughter of U.S. President Joe Biden.

Days before the 2020 presidential election, pages of that diary were publicly released by a website to smear then-candidate Joe Biden and his daughter.

O’Keefe said his company was offered digital copies of the diary, but never took the offer, saying they could not confirm the authenticity of the diary. Now, it appears, through the actions of the FBI and a statement by the New York Times, that the diary was in fact, authentic.

Project Veritas maintains that the diary was eventually turned over to law enforcement.

“The FBI took the materials of current and former Veritas journalists despite the fact that our legal team had previously contacted the Department of Justice and voluntarily transmitted incontrovertible facts showing the Veritas Project’s lack of involvement in criminal activities and, or criminal intent,” O’Keefe said.

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Pages from the diary include entries of Ashley Biden describing how she felt she was sexually abused as a child and took ‘inappropriate’ showers with her father, Joe. Ashley Biden also wrote entries about her battle with drug addiction, her brother Hunter’s scandals and her insatiable sexual appetite.

Biden wrote that she was ‘hyper sexualized’ at a young age.


She also said as a child she did not like to clean her ears because at night because she was turned on when she was not supposed to be, including when she heard her mom and dad having sex.

Biden described how her mother was emotionally unavailable and was ‘wiped’ until ‘too late in the game’ when it comes to going to the bathroom.

In one released entry, Biden described how she was “in heat’. You can find archived pages of Biden’s diary on Google Search.

The Department of Justice and FBI have refused to comment on the ongoing investigation, but the New York Times claimed the diary was stolen in a burglary.

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O’Keefe maintains his innocence.

“Late last year, we were approached by tipsters claiming they had a copy of Ashley Biden’s diary” and “the tipsters indicated that they were negotiating with a different media outlet for the payment of monies for the diary,” O’Keefe said. “At the end of the day, we made the ethical decision that because, in part, we could not determine if the diary was real, if the diary in fact belonged to Ashley Biden, or if the contents of the diary occurred, we could not publish the diary and any part thereof.”