Ashley writes she was sexually molested as a child and shared “probably not appropriate” showers with her father, Joe Biden.
- The National File was the first to make public the full 112 pages of a 2019 diary identified as belonging to Ashley Blazer Biden (41), the daughter of Joe Biden.
- The diary was started “while the author was in a drug rehabilitation facility in Florida, and details her romantic interests, crumbling marriage, struggle with drug and sex addiction, and family life as her father began to run for president,” National File reported at the time.
- The “months of entries” also detailed the author’s struggle with drug abuse, multiple affairs, her family’s fears of a potential scandal due to her brother’s new home, and how she showed a deep resentment for her father due to his “money, control, and emotional manipulation.”
- The diary’s author believed she had been sexually molested as a child and that she had even shared “probably not appropriate” showers with her father, Joe. “Was I molested. I think so,” she writes elsewhere.
- Last week, The New York Times (NYT) seemingly authenticated the diary’s owner and contents when it reported that two Florida residents, Aimee Harris and Robert Kurlander, had “admitted to participating in a conspiracy in which Ashley Biden’s diary ended up in the hands of the conservative group Project Veritas near the end of the 2020 campaign.”
- “In their pleas, Ms. Harris, 40, and Mr. Kurlander, 58, admitted they took part in a conspiracy to transport stolen materials from Florida, where Ms. Biden had been living, to New York, where Project Veritas has its headquarters,” NYT noted.
- The charges brought against Harris and Kurlander “essentially proves the diary is legit,” Noel Fritsch, publisher and co-founder of National File, told The Epoch Times. “We were confident in the story based on our sources, that our sources were trusted people, and we were confident that the diary was legit,” he said.
- An alleged copy of the diary can be read here.
ALLEGED COPY OF ASHLEY BIDEN’S DIARY:
- Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign had rejected an offer to buy Joe Biden’s daughter’s diary, according to federal prosecutors.
- Harris and Kurlander first approached the Trump campaign about buying the book when they attended a September 6, 2020 campaign fundraiser “with the intent of showing the Victim’s stolen property to a campaign representative … hoping that the political campaign would purchase it,” the prosecutors wrote.
- But the Trump campaign told the Florida pair to take the material to the FBI.