Ashley Biden Confirmed as Author of Stolen Diary Including Claim of 'Showers w/ My Dad (Probably Not Appropriate)'


CORRECTION, Aug. 26, 2022: The headline of this article, which had claimed that Joe Biden’s “vulgar acts” with his young daughter had been “confirmed,” has been edited to remove that falsehood. The fact that such claims had been made by his daughter in her diary was confirmed by federal government court filings that, in effect, authenticated the diary as having belonged to, and therefore presumably having been written by, Ashley Biden. However, neither the government nor any other party confirmed the truth of those claims; only their existence and author. We have also corrected once sentence in the commentary that made a similar false claim. We apologize to President Biden for our phrasing.

A diary purportedly belonging to Ashley Biden, daughter of President Joe Biden, contained a disturbing revelation about her father — and now recent legal action confirmed that it was, indeed, her property.

In this shocking and twisted tale, Florida couple Aimee Harris and Robert Kurlander pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court Thursday to charges of conspiracy to transport stolen goods, The New York Times reported.

The pair allegedly took the diary belonging to Ashely Biden from a home in Florida and brought it to New York, where it was sold to Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe just weeks before the contentious 2020 presidential election.

Had the story ended there, the information contained within could have been easily dismissed as a dirty political trick by Joe Biden’s political enemies, if it saw the light of day at all.

“I have always been boy crazy,” the only daughter of the president and first lady wrote in her now-famous personal account.

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“Hyper-sexualized @ a young age … I remember somewhat being sexualized with [a family member]; I remember having sex with friends @ a young age; showers w/ my dad (probably not appropriate).”

With the outcome of Harris and Kurlander’s case, the government has confirmed that this disturbing personal memoir indeed belonged to Ashley Biden.

Of course, this is barely making waves in the mainstream media except that the people responsible for an attempt at an eleventh-hour takedown of then-candidate Joe Biden have been collared (the Times admitted former President Donald Trump’s campaign had turned the item down before it made its way to O’Keefe, however).

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“Hi, media. The DOJ confirmed today that Joe Biden’s daughter wrote in a diary about how he took inappropriate showers with [her] when she was a kid and may have molested her,” political strategist Greg Price pointed out in a Thursday tweet aimed directly at the media establishment.

“Do any of you care?”

Even more disturbing than the media silence on this is the fact that Ashley Biden’s diary lends credence to the old adage that where there’s smoke, there’s fire — and Joe Biden has smoldered for years with a reputation for being creepy around women and young girls.

He’s been accused of at least one sexual assault, and countless videos have circulated the internet for years showing him sniffing the hair of young girls, awkwardly rubbing their shoulders or whispering in their ears, and being otherwise inappropriate.

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It also can’t be overlooked that one of the president’s other offspring, son Hunter Biden, has his own bent toward sexual deviancy as evidenced by the treasure trove of materials on his abandoned laptop.

The truth of what went on in the Biden household — if anything — that contributed to Ashley Biden becoming “hyper-sexualized” or Hunter Biden drug-addicted and sleazy may never be fully known — but perhaps the now-verified diary could be a good place to start.

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Christine earned her bachelor’s degree from Seton Hall University, where she studied communications and Latin. She left her career in the insurance industry to become a freelance writer and stay-at-home mother.
Christine earned her bachelor’s degree from Seton Hall University, where she studied communications and Latin. She left her career in the insurance industry to become a freelance writer and stay-at-home mother.