A whole year ago, Patrick Howley broke a huge story with National File. He obtained a 2019 diary written by Joe Biden’s daughter Ashley while she was doing a drug rehab stint in Florida.
That diary, more than a hundred pages long, revealed a staggering amount of details about Ashley’s personal life. In it, she described taking showers with her father as a child, showers she said “weren’t entirely appropriate.” She described other childhood sexual trauma as well, which she blamed for an overwhelming adult sex drive.
“Was I molested?” she asked. “I think so.”
There’s a lot more there, too. She has a whole list of people she resents for various reasons. “Dad” is there, resented for his money and his control. Hunter and Hallie Biden are there, both for the drugs they apparently use.
Ashley describes her failing marriage and how it fell apart; she mentions multiple affairs on her part and imagines her husband having affairs of his own. She expresses angst about Hunter Biden moving into a multi-million dollar house in Southern California. Once people find out about that, she thinks, it could sink her father’s presidential campaign.
But of course, that didn’t happen. For the entire 2020 election, the press ran relentless interference for Joe Biden. They refused to cover their corrupt business arrangements, or lied and said that obvious corruption was actually legitimate. When Hunter Biden’s laptop was released, the press, Twitter, Facebook, and the Deep State colluded to claim it was “Russian disinformation” and actively suppressed the story.
So when Ashley Biden’s diary was released, they ignored or suppressed that too. And honestly, the statements in it were so extreme, you can hardly blame people for thinking it was fake.
But now, we know that it wasn’t. Last week, the FBI raided James O’Keefe’s home, and the homes of his associates, apparently in connection with an investigation of Ashley’s diary and how it went public. So now we know: The diary is real, Ashley Biden did take inappropriate showers with her father, and everything else.
Patrick Howley helped publish that diary last year. He joins us now.