Candace Owens Asks Pertinent Question After Ashley Biden’s Alleged Diary Is Purportedly Published


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Conservative commentator Candace Owens is not one to shy away from controversy, even when the mainstream media is ignoring a story.

A diary allegedly belonging to Joe Biden’s daughter Ashley Biden was published by some conservative websites this week and, among its entries, were accusations of her being molested when she was younger and details about taking showers with her dad that she felt were “probably not appropriate.”

It is important to note that this information and the authenticity of the diary have not been corroborated, though the FBI has raided the offices and homes of Project Veritas journalists who reportedly had it.

But, true or not, does anyone not think if this was the alleged diary of Ivanka Trump it would not be the top story on every mainstream media news organization’s website?

First Rep. Lauren Boebert chimed in on the alleged diary.


“So if the FBI raided someone’s house over Ashley Biden’s diary being stolen, that means Ashley Biden’s diary and the accusations in it were real. Are there any real journalists willing to ask Joe about it?” she said.

But then Owens got in the act with her own question.

“More importantly— Ashley Biden is the SECOND person in the Biden family that has made incestuous sexual allegations. Do not forget about Hunter’s laptop and the text messages about his niece. These are accounts DIRECTLY FROM the Biden family. Not conspiracies,” she said.

The first person in the Biden family was allegedly the niece of Joe Biden’s son, Hunt Biden who was said to be seen topless at the age of 14 on his laptop, The Hollywood News reported in 2020.

Allegations have surfaced on social media that the infamous “Laptop from Hell” belonging to presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter contains photos of him together with a topless niece, aged 14 at the time.

The photos have been presumably seen by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani who, together with former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, personally turned over the evidence to jurisdictional authorities in the state of Delaware.

Dates from leaked messages suggest that the girl at the center of concern is the currently 16-year-old Natalie Biden, who is active on social media, campaigning for her grandfather Joe Biden.


Natalie is the daughter of Beau Biden, whose death saw the blossoming of a romantic relationship between his widow and his brother Hunter, who was married to someone else at the time.

It is, again, important to note that it has never been verified that the photos on Hunter’s computer were of Natalie Biden or any other underage girl.

And even as the entries from the purported diary of Ashley Biden have not been verified, what has been verified is that the FBI is cracking down on Project Veritas CNBC reported.

“Late last year, we were approached by tipsters claiming they had a copy of Ashley Biden’s diary,” Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe said. “The tipsters indicated that they were negotiating with a different media outlet for the payment of monies for the diary.”

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“At the end of the day, we made the ethical decision that because, in part, we could not determine if the diary was real, if the diary in fact belonged to Ashley Biden, or if the contents of the diary occurred, we could not publish the diary and any part thereof,” he said.

He said that the company had given the diary to law enforcement, but some pages from the diary were published on a right-wing website.

While Project Veritas did not publish excerpts from the diary, handwritten pages were published on a right-wing website right before Election Day last year. Flyover Media, the company that owns the website, is registered to the same Wyoming address as Branch Six Consulting International, a company run by Richard Seddon, an ex-British spy who has worked closely with Project Veritas, according to the Times. O’Keefe was once listed as the president of a company at this address.