Investigating Biden’s Daughter’s ‘stolen diary’ FBI RAIDS New York apartments linked to Project Veritas


Former FBI Director James Comey

Project Veritas had been offered the diary by tipsters who said that the then-Democratic candidate’s daughter left it in a room where she stayed

Project Veritas’ undercover investigations and secret recordings have targeted Democrats, Planned Parenthood, media outlets like CNN and the Washington Post, Facebook and even Pfizer-BioNTech.

FBI RAIDS New York apartments linked to Project Veritas in investigation into how Ashley Biden’s personal diary was stolen and published online in the week before the 2020 election

  • The FBI searched two homes, one in New York and one in Westchester County 
  • The addresses were linked to the conservative website Project Veritas 
  • Founder James O’Keefe confirmed the searches in a video on Friday 
  • He said Project Veritas received the diary from a ‘tipster’ and they tried to give it back to the first family 
  • In October, Ashley Biden reported multiple items had been stolen in a burglary 
  • Trump’s DOJ then launched an investigation under AG Bill Barr  

By Morgan Phillips, Politics Reporter For Dailymail.Com

Published: 15:14 EDT, 5 November 2021 | Updated: 06:50 EDT, 6 November 2021

The FBI conducted a raid on the apartment of Project Veritas operative Spencer Meads and the conservative outlet’s Westchester office after it obtained a stolen diary from President Biden’s daughter Ashley in the week before the 2020 election. 

Project Veritas did not publish the diary, as founder James O’Keefe said  in a video released Friday that the group could not confirm the authenticity of the diary, its belonging to Ashley Biden or that the contents of the diary were truthful. 

The investigation, ordered by the Department of Justice (DOJ), was carried out by both federal investigators and federal prosecutors in Manhattan, according to the New York Times.  

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