Seller of Ashley Biden’s diary, mother of two, gets prison time for exploiting first daughter

The woman who came into possession of the diary belonging to President Joe Biden’s daughter was sentenced to 1 month in prison, reinforcing the belief many hold in America today that through lawfare, government agencies are being used to exact political retribution.

Aimee Harris was sentenced in a Manhattan federal courtroom Tuesday to one month in prison and three months of home confinement after she sold a diary belonging to Ashley Biden to Project Veritas.

The mother of two children, ages 8 and 6, pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in August 2022, after admitting that she received $20,000 of the $40,000 agreed upon by the conservative watchdog group.

“I do not believe I am above the law,” Harris told the judge, according to Fox News. “I’m a survivor of long-term domestic abuse and sexual trauma.”

Judge Laura Taylor Swain called the defendant’s actions “despicable and serious,” saying she exploited the president’s daughter for profit and to impact the presidential election, the network reported.

The media narrative of the day, as prescribed by federal prosecutors, is that Harris “stole” the diary.

“She wrongfully exploited her physical access to the intimate belongings of someone whom she did not know personally, but knew as a public figure who whose property would fetch a handsome price tag,” prosecutors said in a sentencing memorandum, according to ABC News. “Stealing personal belongings of a candidate’s family member, and selling them to an organization to exploit them for political gain, was wrong and illegal no matter the political agenda.”

Harris acquired the diary and other personal items in 2020 when Ashley Biden left them behind at a friend’s house in Delray Beach, Florida, where she had been living — her friend reportedly “allowed” Ashley to keep the items at the house after she moved out.

“According to federal prosecutors, Harris moved into the room when Biden left, discovered the items and conspired with another defendant, Robert Kurlander, to sell them,” ABC News reported. “At first, they offered the materials to the Trump campaign, which declined. Then they decided to sell the items to far-right activist group Project Veritas.”

The other items included a digital storage card, books, clothing, luggage and “everything she could get her hands on” in the hopes she “could make as much money as she could,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Sobelman declared.

So Ashely Biden moves out and her friend allows her to store certain items, but then rents the room out and leaves those items in the room?

The federal prosecutor let slip that the case is really all about President Joe Biden when he added, “She wanted to damage Ms. Biden’s father.”

The case seems to prove that the diary is real and does belong to Ashley Biden. The problem that presents — not that the media is interested — is that there is an excerpt where Ashley allegedly writes about “showers with my dad (probably not appropriate)” and seems to question if she was molested as she talks about being “hyper-sexualized @ a young age.”

Tom Tillison


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