During the day yesterday, the FBI raided two New York addresses of people connected to the Veritas Project as part of an investigation into how the daily Ashley Biden was published in public just before the 2020 elections.
“F.B.I. received warrants in New York as part of a Justice Department investigation into how Ashley Biden’s diary pages were published on a right-wing website, ”the New York Times reported.
In October 2020, Ashley Biden contacted the FBI and reported that several items had been stolen when they broke into her home, including her diary.
The Veritas project never published the pages of the diary of Ashley Biden, however, another conservative site did.
“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.
Like any journalist, we regularly receive source information and take steps to verify its authenticity, legality and validity. Our efforts were responsible, ethical, journalistic and we have no doubt that the Veritas Project acted properly at every step
“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.” pic.twitter.com/IUWaYAinmT
– Eric Spracklen🇺🇸 (@EricSpracklen) November 5, 2021
Yesterday, the New York Times reported that the FBI had confirmed the legitimacy of the diary of Ashley Biden, the daughter of the President of the United States, which published the National File. Last year, the National File published the diary of Ashley Biden, in which she revealed that she had taken an inappropriate shower with her father, Joe Biden (the current president of America).
Yesterday, that diary was confirmed as legitimate.
In its article, the New York Times called the Veritas Project:
“A week and a half before the 2020 election, the Veritas Project whistleblower delivered a digital copy of Ashley Biden’s diary to the National File.”
The diary entries include the author revealing that she believed she was sexually abused as a child and shared “probably inappropriate” showers with her father, and some of them describe in detail the author’s struggle with drug abuse and the author’s failed marriage and countless affair, along with records describing the family’s fears of a potential scandal over her brother’s new life and those showing deep resentment at her father for his money, control and emotional manipulation.
While the vast majority of the media ignored this bombastic revelation, perhaps dismissing their credibility, the New York Times reported on Friday that the FBI had launched two raids on specific addresses as part of an investigation into how someone came across the Ashley Biden diary.
NEW: FBI executed search warrants at locations tied to people who worked w/Project Veritas as part of SDNY investigation into how a diary stolen from Biden’s daughter Ashley was publicly disclosed days before ’20 election. She was burglarized in ‘20. https://t.co/pnDYg4FQ6L
— Michael S. Schmidt (@nytmike) November 5, 2021
Whoa. Bill Barr opened an investigation into the theft of Ashley Biden’s diary right before the 2020 election. Pages were published online (with little notice). Now the feds are looking into potential ties to Project Veritashttps://t.co/9wPvPqCP9u
– Sam Stein (@samstein) November 5, 2021
Although both National File reporter Patrick Howley and the legal name of the company that owns the National File are named, the NYT article does not mention the National File at all, nor does the article talk about anything contained in the diary itself.
Similarly, when mainstream journalists tweet about a New York Times article, they also miss an important fact, which is to mention the National File, or any of the important things:
The NYT article claims that federal investigators, FBI agents and federal prosecutors in Manhattan working on issues of public corruption are on behalf of the Southern District of New York. The investigation was apparently opened by then-state prosecutor Bill Bar, after a representative of the Biden family allegedly reported in October 2020 that the diary, along with “several” Ashley Biden’s personal belongings, had been stolen.
Totally contrary to the information that National File allegedly received from the whistleblower of the Veritas Project, who explained that the diary was left at the address where Joe Biden’s daughter used to stay.
According to the NYT article, the FBI declined to comment on the investigation, saying only that the agents “carried out law enforcement activities related to the ongoing investigation” at two locations.
In a video posted on social media, James O’Keefe of the Veritas Project notes that the FBI and Father Ashley Biden may set a dangerous precedent by apparently raising criminal charges against journalists for the crime of gathering information from secure and verified sources.
National File does not have or has ever had a business relationship with Project Veritas and any geographical overlaps are quite coincidental.
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