Breaking: Ashley Biden To Judge, “My Dad Committed Incest.”

Written by Michael Roberts.

Ashley Biden, daughter of President Joe Biden, has confirmed the authenticity of a previously disputed diary in which she detailed disturbing personal experiences. In a letter addressed to Chief Judge Swain of New York, dated April 8, 2024, Ashley revealed that her diary, which includes deeply personal accounts of being molested by her father during her childhood, is genuine. The diary entries that discuss taking naked showers with her father have sparked immense controversy and brought significant attention to the private and public life of the Biden family.

The contents of the diary came to light following its discovery at a halfway house in Palm Beach, where Ashley Biden had temporarily stayed. Aimee Harris, 41, subsequently found the diary and sold it to Project Veritas for $40,000, a move that led to her arrest and sentencing. Ashley’s letter was submitted as part of the legal proceedings against Harris, highlighting the emotional toll the public exposure of her diary has taken on her.

In her letter, Ashley expressed her distress over the theft and public dissemination of her diary, describing the writings as “stream-of-consciousness” thoughts intended for personal healing. She defended the contents, stating they were grossly misinterpreted and used to falsely accuse and defame her and her family’s character.

Legal and Ethical Implications

The case surrounding Ashley Biden’s diary has raised significant questions about privacy, legality, and the ethical responsibilities of media outlets. The actions taken by Aimee Harris and the subsequent sale to Project Veritas have been scrutinized under the lens of legal and moral standards, leading to widespread debate about the boundaries of journalistic practice and the protection of personal privacy.

US District Judge Analisa Torres, overseeing the case, dismissed Project Veritas’s First Amendment defense, stating their claims were inconsistent with Supreme Court precedent. This ruling underscores the complex balance between freedom of the press and the necessity to protect individuals’ private lives from unwarranted public exposure.

Furthermore, the case has illuminated the potential political motivations behind the acquisition and dissemination of the diary. Prosecutors argued that Harris’s actions were intended to harm the Biden family and sway public opinion, a sentiment echoed by Chief US District Judge Laura Taylor Swain, who condemned the sale of the diary as “despicable” due to its invasion of privacy and possible political exploitation.

Read Ashley’s Letter Below:

I am deeply saddened that I even have to write this letter because my personal private journal was stolen and sold for profit. The point of the theft, I assume, was to be able to peddle grotesque lies by distorting my stream-of-consciousness thoughts. The reason I have decided to not attend tomorrow’s sentencing in person is because it would only increase my pain. Nonetheless, I write to ask Your Honor to sentence the defendant to time in prison.

The defendant’s actions constitute one of the most heinous forms of bullying, not to mention a complete violation of my privacy and personal dignity. After being the victim of a crime in my early twenties, I developed PTSD. The journal that was stolen was part of my efforts to heal. I am a private citizen, targeted only because my father happened to be running to be President. In other words, the extensive work I have done to move past my trauma was undone by Ms. Harris’s actions. The defendant’s actions have created a constant environment of anxiety, fear, and intimidation in which my innermost thoughts are constantly distorted and manipulated.

Although this criminal act happened more than three years ago, because of the publicity it drew-exactly as Ms. Harris intended—I am constantly re-traumatized by it. I will forever have to deal with the fact that my personal journal can be viewed online. Repeatedly, I hear others grossly misinterpret my once-private writings and lob false accusations that defame my character and those of the people I love. Her actions were not only re-traumatizing to me, but constituted a horrific trauma in and of themselves. This ongoing harm is a direct result of Ms. Harris’s intentional actions.

I ask Your Honor to sentence Ms. Harris to time in prison followed by lengthy probation. She should be held accountable for what she has done. Not only did she demonstrate a complete lack of morality, but she lacks any respect for the rule of law as well. Among other things, she has failed to appear in court 12 times.

My goal in asking Your Honor to impose a term of incarceration is to ensure that another woman isn’t bullied and shamed like this ever again. The despair I have often felt will never truly go away.

But I ask Your Honor to hold Ms. Harris accountable so that she thinks twice before doing it to someone else. I have spent much of my life trying to speak up for those who cannot find their voices. I am fortunate enough to have found mine, and I use it today—and every day—to make sure that bullies are held accountable.

Finally, I worry that a non-incarceratory sentence will send a message to her and to others like her-that it is okay to violate and exploit others for your own personal gain, regardless of the humiliation and pain it causes. Please send a message that these types of damaging criminal actions will not be tolerated. I thank Your Honor for your consideration.1

“I have always been boy crazy,’ Ashley wrote. ‘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),’ she wrote in a January 2019 entry, according to the Daily Mail.

Our Take

The revelations from Ashley Biden’s diary and the surrounding legal battles highlight a troubling invasion of privacy that should concern all citizens, regardless of political affiliation. The exploitation of personal traumas for political gain not only damages individuals but also undermines the integrity of our political and judicial systems.

It is crucial that the media and the public respect the privacy rights of individuals, especially when the information involved pertains to personal and painful experiences that were never meant for public consumption. The ethical implications of such disclosures must be carefully considered to prevent the weaponization of private information.

As this case progresses, it serves as a poignant reminder of the responsibilities that come with handling sensitive information and the need for a balanced approach that respects both the public’s right to know and the privacy rights of individuals. The ordeal faced by Ashley Biden should lead to stricter measures protecting personal information and a reevaluation of how media outlets handle potentially harmful disclosures.

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