‘So, this means the diary was real?’ DOJ demands prison for woman who stole Ashley Biden’s diary

The Department of Justice has demanded prison time for the woman who “stole” Ashley Biden’s diary, thus proving that the diary is 100 percent real and owned by the president’s eldest daughter.

In a letter sent Tuesday to Judge Laura Swain, federal prosecutors requested that defendant Aimee Harris be sentenced to four to 10 months of jail time in addition to three years of supervised probation.

The letter was sent eight months after Harris reportedly pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit interstate transportation of stolen property.

According to The Hill via the DOJ, Harris was temporarily living at Ashley Biden’s Florida residence in September of 2020 when she took the diary, as well as a couple of other items, with the assistance of fellow defendant Robert Kurlander. The duo then sold the diary to Project Veritas for $40,000 total.

Project Veritas never published the diary, though it was nevertheless leaked. Sometime afterward, the feds raided Project Veritas and took hold of the diary.

After the raid, Rep. Lauren Boebert posted a screenshot of the leaked diary to the social media platform X and noted that, since the diary is real, its disturbing contents must be as well:

In the diary entry above, Ashley wrote that she was “hyper-sexualized” at a young age and that she’d showered with her father, President Biden, at a young age as well.

Critics say that the diary entry provides more than ample enough proof that the president is a pedophile/groomer of some type and that he should be going to jail, not Harris.


The potential sentence of 10 months that Harris faces is more than the six months she originally faced. Prosecutors upped their request for more time after Harris reportedly delayed her sentencing hearing 12 times for reasons that they didn’t find convincing.

“Harris, prosecutors said, sometimes gave excuses that they later found to be untrue, including saying she could not find child care,” according to The Hill. “In one circumstance, the government later learned that the father, with whom Harris shares custody of the children, was available to care for the children on specific dates in question that Harris was ordered to appear in court.”

“Prosecutors also expressed frustration with Harris’s failure to secure a valid identification, which, they said, Harris knew was necessary in order to travel. She said at other points that she was sick but failed to produce the medical records demanded by the court,” The Hill notes.

Critics say she shouldn’t be facing this much time, period, because all she did was steal a diary — one that inadvertently helped expose the diary owner’s father.

The problem is that Harris and Kurlander already pleaded guilty, so it’s too late to turn back the clock.

“Aimee Harris and Robert Kurlander pled guilty to conspiracy to commit interstate transportation of stolen property involving the theft of personal belongings of an immediate family member of a then-former government official who was a candidate for national political office,” according to a Department of Justice press release from August.

Vivek Saxena


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