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    Ashley Biden's diary

    I wasn't previously aware of this story, and couldn't find any posts about it, so I thought I'd start this thread.

    The New York Times story is posted separately below, as well as the video from James O'Keefe/Project Veritas.

    https://twitter.com/totnan111/status...95085890998288


    New York Times, FBI Confirm Legitimacy of Ashley Biden Diary Published by National File
    National File's reporting is confirmed by the New York Times and, strangely enough, the FBI
    https://nationalfile.com/bombshell-n...y-biden-diary/
    Jack Hadfield (05 November 2021)

    Last year, National File published the entirety of Ashley Biden’s diary, in which she revealed she had inappropriate showers with her father, Joe Biden. Today, the diary has been confirmed as real.

    A week and a half before the 2020 election, a Project Veritas whistleblower provided a digital copy of Ashley Biden’s diary to National File.

    Entries in the diary include the author revealing she believes she was sexually molested as a child and shared “probably not appropriate” showers with her father, some that detail the author’s struggle with drug abuse and the author’s crumbling marriage with multiple affairs, along with entries showing the family’s fears of a potential scandal due to her brother’s new home, and those that show a deep resentment for her father due to his money, control, and emotional manipulation.

    While the vast majority of the media ignored the bombshell revelations, perhaps dismissing their verifiability, The New York Times on Friday reported that the FBI had engaged in two raids on addresses as part of an investigation into how Ashley Biden’s diary was obtained.


    Despite naming both National File’s reporter Patrick Howley and the legal name of the company that owns National File, the article does not name National File at all, nor does the article discuss anything that was contained within the diary itself.

    Similarly, mainstream journalists when tweeting about the New York Times article, also fail to mention National File, or any of the bombshells themselves: [tweets at linked article - OB]

    The article claims that the federal investigators are comprised of FBI agents and “federal prosecutors in Manhattan who work on public corruption matters” on behalf of the Southern District of New York. The investigation was seemingly opened by then-Attorney General Bill Barr, after a Biden family representative allegedly reported in October 2020 that the diary, along with “several” of Ashley Biden’s personal items had been stolen in a burglary.

    This is contrary to the information provided to National File by a Project Veritas whistleblower, who explained that the diary was left at an address where Joe Biden’s daughter used to stay.

    According to the article, the FBI would not comment on the investigation, saying only that agents had “performed law enforcement activity related to an ongoing investigation” at two locations.

    In a video posted to social media, Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe notes that Ashley Biden’s father’s FBI may be setting a dangerous precedent by, apparently, pursuing criminal charges against reporters for the crime of gathering information from sources.

    National File has no business relationship with Project Veritas and any circumstantial geographical overlaps are purely convenient.

    READ THE DIARY IDENTIFIED BY OUR WHISTLEBLOWER, THE FBI, AND THE NYT AS ASHLEY BIDEN’S [link to PDF file - OB]
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    Here's the Project Veritas video:

    FBI and Southern District of New York Raid Project Veritas Journalists’ Homes
    https://rumble.com/vos6u3-fbi-and-so...ists-home.html

  4. #3
    And here's the Times story referenced in the OP article:

    People Tied to Project Veritas Scrutinized in Theft of Diary From Biden’s Daughter
    The F.B.I. carried out search warrants in New York as part of a Justice Department investigation into how pages from Ashley Biden’s journal came to be published by a right wing website.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/05/u...den-diary.html
    Michael S. Schmidt, William K. Rashbaum, Precious Fondren, & Adam Goldman (05 November 2021)

    The Justice Department searched two locations associated with the conservative group Project Veritas as part of an investigation into how a diary stolen from President Biden’s daughter, Ashley, came to be publicly disclosed a week and a half before the 2020 presidential election, according to people briefed on the matter.

    Federal agents in New York conducted the court-ordered searches on Thursday — one in New York City and one in suburban Westchester County — targeting people who had worked with the group and its leader, James O’Keefe, according to two of the people briefed on the events. The investigation is being handled by F.B.I. agents and federal prosecutors in Manhattan who work on public corruption matters, the people said.

    After this article was initially published online on Friday, Mr. O’Keefe put out a video confirming that current and former Project Veritas employees had their homes searched on Thursday.

    He said the group had recently received a grand jury subpoena and acknowledged that Project Veritas had been involved in discussions with sources about the diary. But he offered a lengthy defense of his group’s handling of the diary, saying that he and his colleagues had been operating as ethical journalists.

    “It appears the Southern District of New York now has journalists in their sights for the supposed crime of doing their jobs lawfully and honestly,” Mr. O’Keefe said, referring to federal prosecutors in Manhattan. “Our efforts were the stuff of responsible, ethical journalism and we are in no doubt that Project Veritas acted properly at each and every step.”

    Project Veritas did not publish Ms. Biden’s diary, but dozens of handwritten pages from it were posted on a right wing website on Oct. 24, 2020, at a time when President Donald J. Trump was seeking to undermine Mr. Biden’s credibility by portraying his son, Hunter, as engaging in corrupt business dealings. The posting was largely ignored by other conservative outlets and the mainstream media.

    The website said it had obtained the diary from a whistle-blower who worked for a media organization that refused to publish a story about it before the election. It claimed to know where the actual diary was located and that the whistle-blower had an audio recording of Ms. Biden admitting it was hers.

    The Trump administration Justice Department, then led by Attorney General William P. Barr, opened an investigation into the matter shortly after a representative of the Biden family reported to federal authorities in October 2020 that several of Ms. Biden’s personal items had been stolen in a burglary, according to two people briefed on the matter.

    Mr. O’Keefe said in the video that “tipsters” had reached out to Project Veritas in 2020 to alert them to the existence of the diary, saying that they had stayed in a room that Ms. Biden had recently been in. But Mr. O’Keefe said that his group could not authenticate the diary and made an “ethical” decision to not publish it.

    He said that Project Veritas gave the diary to “law enforcement” and attempted to return it to a lawyer representing Ms. Biden, who he said “refused to authenticate it.” Mr. O’Keefe portrayed the investigation as politically motivated, questioning why the Justice Department under Ms. Biden’s father was pursuing the case.

    In recent weeks, federal investigators have reached out to at least one person who worked for Project Veritas to question that person about the diary, one of the people briefed on the case said.

    Project Veritas has a history of targeting Democratic congressional campaigns, labor organizations, news media and others. The group conducts sting operations, using hidden cameras and fake identities. At one point, Project Veritas relied on a former British spy named Richard Seddon to help train its operatives, teaching them espionage tactics such as using deception to secure information from potential targets.

    Flyover Media, the company that owns the website that published the pages from the diary, is registered to the same Sheridan, Wyo., address as Mr. Seddon’s company, Branch Six Consulting International. Mr. O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, was once the president of a company that later registered at the same address.

    Project Veritas has a pending libel suit against The New York Times over a 2020 story about a video the group made alleging voter fraud in Minnesota.

    Ms. Biden, 40, is Mr. Biden’s youngest child. She has maintained a low profile and attracted far less attention than Hunter Biden, her half brother. In 2019, Mr. Trump withheld military aid from Ukraine at the same time he pressured that country’s president for support in investigating Hunter Biden’s business dealings, leading to Mr. Trump’s first impeachment.

    An F.B.I. spokesman in New York would not comment on the investigation, saying only that agents had “performed law enforcement activity related to an ongoing investigation” at two locations. One of the searches took place in an apartment on East 35th Street near the Midtown Tunnel and the other in Mamaroneck, N.Y., north of New York City.

    A spokesman for the United States Attorney’s office in Manhattan declined to comment.

    In Manhattan, a neighbor a floor above the apartment that was searched on East 35th Street said she was woken out of her sleep early Thursday morning by agents pounding on a door and repeatedly shouting “Open Up!” and “F.B.I.!”

    “I thought it was a joke,” said the neighbor, Mychael Green, 23. “For 10 minutes they were knocking on his door obviously really loud,” and eventually forced their way into the apartment, Ms. Green said. Hours later, the doorjamb was clearly broken and the door was hanging ajar.

    Spencer Meads, the longtime Project Veritas operative and confidante of Mr. O’Keefe, has lived in that apartment since 2019, according to public records.

    Ms. Green said that the agents were yelling “Spencer, open up!”

    A former Project Veritas employee said that Mr. Meads had been involved in recruiting operatives. A website that tracks Project Veritas operatives said that Mr. Meads had also been involved in undercover operations for the group.

    Mr. Meads did not respond to an email and a text message seeking comment.

    The Justice Department finds itself in a highly unusual situation in regards to Mr. Biden’s children. Not only is it investigating the case of Ms. Biden’s diary, but Hunter Biden disclosed last year that Justice Department prosecutors in Delaware were investigating his taxes.

    The pages were posted online under the byline of Patrick Howley, a reporter who has worked for several conservative outlets in recent years. He was the first to disclose a yearbook photo from the page of Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia that showed one individual in a Ku Klux Klan outfit and another individual in blackface.

    Mr. Howley also disclosed damaging text messages between Cal Cunningham, a Democrat running for Senate in North Carolina, and a woman with whom he was having an extramarital affair.

    While the disclosure of Ms. Biden’s diary was largely ignored, some far right outlets and supporters of Mr. Trump jumped on the news of the diary as further evidence that Mr. Biden was unfit to be president. Alex Jones, a prominent far right radio host, brought up the diary on an episode of Joe Rogan’s podcast.

    Mr. Trump used Twitter to send or promote positive comments about Project Veritas at least six times in the last two years of his presidency. Mr. Trump boosted Project Veritas content even before he became president, and shortly after he announced his campaign for president in 2015, Mr. O’Keefe visited Trump Tower and showed Mr. Trump footage he was intending to release to damage Hillary Clinton, the most likely Democratic nominee.

    In 2016, a Project Veritas operative infiltrated Democracy Partners, a political consulting firm, using a fake name, fabricated résumé and made secret recordings of the staff.

    Democracy Partners later sued Project Veritas. In a ruling last month in the lawsuit, U.S. District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman said that Democracy Partners could refer to the conduct by Project Veritas as a “political spying operation” in the upcoming trial.

    Correction: Nov. 5, 2021
    An earlier version of this article referred incorrectly to the steps that Project Veritas said it took in dealing with the diary. In a video, the group's founder, James O'Keefe, said Project Veritas had returned the diary to law enforcement and had attempted to return it to a lawyer for Ashley Biden. He did not say that the group had attempted to return it to the Justice Department and a lawyer for Ms. Biden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    I wasn't previously aware of this story, and couldn't find any posts about it, so I thought I'd start this thread.
    ...
    You mean everyone didn't know that Joe Biden took showers with his daughter when she was a child? How could that possibly fall through the cracks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Weston White View Post
    Aside from this, there is a diary and tape recordings of Biden's daughter, Ashley, alleging sexual abuse and emotional manipulation of her by her father Joe Biden during her childhood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    You mean everyone didn't know that Joe Biden took showers with his daughter when she was a child? How could that possibly fall through the cracks?

  7. #6
    Yeah I totally missed this the first time around.
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    And, if I'm understanding this right, the FBI has arrested the whistleblowers and not Creepy Joe.
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    I have to wonder if Ashely Biden was so conflicted about her father that she refused to directly reveal the diary herself. Perhaps she was her own tipster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    And, if I'm understanding this right, the FBI has arrested the whistleblowers and not Creepy Joe.
    Praetorians gonna praetorian.

    But I'm not aware of any arrests having been made - yet.

    So far, they seem only to have conducted searches and "performed law enforcement activity" (whatever that means).

    The targets of said "law enforcement activity" do seem to be the whistleblower(s) and those like Project Veritas who had access to the diary and considered reporting on it (even though PV declined to do so because it was unable to authenticate the diary).

    I doubt that the feds would bother getting involved if you or I lost a diary and it fell into the hands of journalists.

    And I'm sure there are many who would pleased as punch if James O'Keefe and Project Veritas could be neutralized by whatever means.

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    Will James O'Keefe become he next Julian Assange?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Project Veritas has a history of targeting Democratic congressional campaigns, labor organizations, news media and others. The group conducts sting operations, using hidden cameras and fake identities. At one point, Project Veritas relied on a former British spy named Richard Seddon to help train its operatives, teaching them espionage tactics such as using deception to secure information from potential targets.

    Flyover Media, the company that owns the website that published the pages from the diary, is registered to the same Sheridan, Wyo., address as Mr. Seddon’s company, Branch Six Consulting International. Mr. O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, was once the president of a company that later registered at the same address.
    https://twitter.com/jenvanlaar/statu...86541070987267
    Last edited by Occam's Banana; 11-06-2021 at 04:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Praetorians gonna praetorian.

    But I'm not aware of any arrests having been made - yet.

    So far, they seem only to have conducted searches and "performed law enforcement activity" (whatever that means).

    The targets of said "law enforcement activity" do seem to be the whistleblower(s) and those like Project Veritas who had access to the diary and considered reporting on it (even though PV declined to do so because it was unable to authenticate the diary).

    I doubt that the feds would bother getting involved if you or I lost a diary and it fell into the hands of journalists.

    And I'm sure there are many who would pleased as punch if James O'Keefe and Project Veritas could be neutralized by whatever means.
    Law enforcement activity means they violate the 4th and steal all your $#@! in white man speak . In Oyarde speak , act of war .
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    Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
    Law enforcement activity means they violate the 4th and steal all your $#@! in white man speak . In Oyarde speak , act of war .
    Not when they're investigating the president's son. Then it's code for this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    And, if I'm understanding this right, the FBI has arrested the whistleblowers and not Creepy Joe.
    That is correct..

    even though it is so wrong
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  18. #16
    This story is behind a subscription wall, so I don't know any further details yet.

    F.B.I. Searches James O’Keefe’s Home in Ashley Biden Diary Theft Inquiry
    Authorities carried out a court-ordered search at the New York apartment of the Project Veritas founder two days after searching the homes of his associates.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/06/u...ley-biden.html



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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    You mean everyone didn't know that Joe Biden took showers with his daughter when she was a child? How could that possibly fall through the cracks?
    Wow! Yeah...I had forgotten about that.
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  21. #18
    https://twitter.com/RepThomasMassie/...45233813970945


    FBI Raids Project Veritas Writers . . . Over A Missing Biden Diary?
    https://jonathanturley.org/2021/11/0...g-biden-diary/
    Jonathan Turley (07 November 2021)

    There is a curious story out this weekend on reported FBI raids of writers or associates of Project Veritas, the conservative investigative journalism outfit. Project Veritas has been described variously as “Gonzo” or “guerilla” journalism and some insist it is more of a political than a press organization. However, it fits the definition of journalism, in my view, and that makes the raids troubling. All the more troubling is the cause: the missing diary of President Biden’s daughter Ashley. [Update: The FBI reportedly also raided O’Keefe’s home]

    The New York Times reported that the FBI searched two locations in New York in search of the “stolen” diary that went missing days before the 2020 presidential election. Project founder James O’Keefe questioned how the Times received the story within an hour of the first raid.

    O’Keefe says that the organization actually received a tip that the diary was abandoned in a room, an allegation that harkened back to the abandoned laptop of Hunter Biden. However, Ashley reportedly insisted it was stolen.

    The use of the FBI is also reminiscent of the still unexplained use of the FBI when Joe Biden was Vice President to search for a gun owned by Hunter Biden that was discarded behind a restaurant.

    Project Veritas decided not to run the story because it could not verify that the diary belonged to Biden. (The FBI may have just offered that confirmation). Instead, it alerted the police, according to O’Keefe: “Project Veritas gave the diary to law enforcement to ensure it could be returned to its rightful owner. We never published it.”

    So why the raids? Since when does the FBI conducted raids over missing diaries?

    The FBI can cite the interstate elements of the alleged theft as raising a federal crime. However, what is the crime? It is not clear if they are suggesting that the responsible parties were seeking to sell the diary or that there was some national security element (which would be bizarre since Biden’s daughter was writing before her father ever became president).

    Journalist organizations are routinely given material removed from businesses, agencies, or private owners without permission by confidential sources. If this is a federal crime subject to FBI raids, what happened to the new media policies of the Biden Administration after the Tucker Carlson controversy?

    There are a host of unanswered questions. Here are five to start with:

    1. What was the context for the diary’s loss? (Did Ashley Biden leave the diary in a room or was it stolen?)
    2. What is the alleged federal crime (and what is the precedent for a major federal investigation over such an alleged theft)?
    3. What precautions were taken by the Biden Administration in light of the claimed media status of the targeted individuals?
    4. Why was there a delay in this action being taken if the alleged theft occurred a year ago?
    5. Has this matter been under investigation for a year and did the White House request the intervention of the FBI?

    Regardless of how one feels about Project Veritas, there should be calls from media outlets for some answers to these basic questions. Likewise, Congress should be seeking such answers as part of its oversight responsibilities.

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  23. #20
    If I had possession of Joe Biden's daughter's diary the last place I would keep it would be in my home. Just saying...

  24. #21
    If the FBI is looking for Ashley Biden's diary then the contents within it must clearly be true.
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  25. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    And, if I'm understanding this right, the FBI has arrested the whistleblowers and not Creepy Joe.
    Yeah...cause....reasons.
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  26. #23
    Project Veritas is in the midst of a defamation lawsuit against the New York Times.

    Using search warrants, the FBI seized material from Project Veritas (see various posts earlier in this thread).

    Among that material was privileged attorney-client communications between Project Veritas and its lawyers.

    The FBI has leaked that privileged material to the New York Times.

    https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status...71918988562435




    @willchamberlain on the FBI leak to NYT
    Twitter thread: https://twitter.com/willchamberlain/...71358772219908
    Thread compiled @ threadreaderapp.com: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1...772219908.html

    The FBI raided Project Veritas on a pretext and is now leaking their privileged communications to the New York Times.

    This is a scandal.


    These are classic privileged communications.

    PV asked for a legal opinion on potential journalistic activities, that opinion is a privileged communication.

    No idea what @AdamgoldmanNYT was thinking here, he should be subpoenaed tomorrow and forced to reveal his criminal source.

    I didn’t even think about the fact that PV is currently in litigation with the New York Times.

    Makes it all the more appalling that the NYT would be publishing Veritas’ privileged communications.

    If the New York Times has these memorandums - why wouldn’t it also have PV’s privileged communications that relate directly to PV’s lawsuit against the Times?

    This is just a massive, massive scandal.

    The New York Times delenda est.

    This isn’t journalism, this is straight up theft.

    Hey @AdamgoldmanNYT maybe you should have gotten a legal opinion for the in-house lawyers at the Times before you went and published privileged legal advice from an adversarial party.



    https://twitter.com/adamgoldmanNYT/s...68686874841089




    Tim Pool went on a holy tear when he heard about this:

    Quote Originally Posted by The Northbreather View Post
    Watch Tim go off big time

    Edit: app won’t save time stamp. Scroll to 136.00 if interested

    Last edited by Occam's Banana; 11-12-2021 at 12:30 AM.

  27. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    Project Veritas is in the midst of a defamation lawsuit against the New York Times.

    Using search warrants, the FBI seized material from Project Veritas (see various posts earlier in this thread).

    Among that material was privileged attorney-client communications between Project Veritas and its lawyers.

    The FBI has leaked that privileged material to the New York Times.
    Apparently, this occurred after the FBI had been ordered to cease collecting material from James O'Keefe's phone(s):

    https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status...77885834801160



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  29. #25
    Is there a possibility that James O'Keefe might become the next Julian Assange?
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  30. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    Is there a possibility that James O'Keefe might become the next Julian Assange?
    No. The difference is Assange exposing information was non-partisan. O'Keefe is funded by the Republican establishment and Trump. O'Keefe's work is party political to game one up on the Dem's while being a guardian protector of Republicans.
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  32. #28
    Glenn Greenwald - Project Veritas, Assange, and the Authoritarian Decree of Who Is a "Real Journalist"
    https://rumble.com/vp9ozz-project-ve...d-is-not-.html

  33. #29
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  34. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by kahless View Post
    No. The difference is Assange exposing information was non-partisan. O'Keefe is funded by the Republican establishment and Trump. O'Keefe's work is party political to game one up on the Dem's while being a guardian protector of Republicans.
    This is a good example of a "bad take"
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    "When you are divided, and angry, and controlled, you target those 'different' from you, not those responsible [controllers]" -Q

    "Each of us must choose which course of action we should take: education, conventional political action, or even peaceful civil disobedience to bring about necessary changes. But let it not be said that we did nothing." - Ron Paul

    "Paul said "the wave of the future" is a coalition of anti-authoritarian progressive Democrats and libertarian Republicans in Congress opposed to domestic surveillance, opposed to starting new wars and in favor of ending the so-called War on Drugs."

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