Two things are certain: The corrupt FBI has become little more than a Gestapo-like force for the deep state; and the mainstream media is still one of the most corrupt institutions in the country.
Both of these truths were in evidence this week as we saw media outlets finally ‘step up’ and start covering some of the eye-opening things presidential daughter Ashley Brandon wrote in her diary after the FBI started investigating.
The Daily Mail‘s reporting was emblematic of how the rest of the outlets covered the story months after investigative journalism outfit Project Veritas exposed the diary and some of what was inside it:
A Florida woman who found Ashley Brandon’s private diary is being investigated by the FBI – not for stealing the journal but for selling it, DailyMail.com has learned.
The diary’s explosive contents include Ashley’s speculation that showering with her father, then-Senator Brandon, as a young girl may have contributed to her sex addiction.
“I remember having sex with friends @ a young age; showers w/ my dad (probably not appropriate),” she wrote in a January 2019 entry.
“Probably?” How old was she when these showers took place? Does that even matter? Of course, it doesn’t, but this explains why Brandon constantly acts ‘creepy’ around young girls.
“Here I am talking about another man when I am married! It all feels strange,” she wrote in February 2019.
“Started hanging out with a new guy… It’s been refreshing to be able to kiss another man,” she added. “Why am I feeling this way and do I need more time to try and figure it out? Does this mean that I am still into my husband?”
After undergoing a stint in rehab, Ashley Brandon, now 41, lived for a brief time in a Palm Beach, Fla., home that is frequently used by people who are trying to recover from drug and alcohol abuse (and in her case, abusive sexual relations possibly). Apparently, when she moved back to Philadelphia, she forgot to take her diary with her in June 2020.
Aimee Harris, 39, a single mother of two and also right out of rehab, moved in a few weeks later and found the diary under the bedroom mattress. She then allegedly showed it at a GOP fundraising event and then sold it for $40,000 to Project Veritas.
Not long afterward, as Natural News reported, the organization’s founder and CEO, James O’Keefe, was ‘visited’ by the FBI at his New York City-area home along with a pair of other journalists for the organization.
“I awoke to the news that apartments and homes of Project Veritas journalists, or former journalists, had been raided by FBI agents,” O’Keefe announced on Friday. “It appears the Southern District of New York now has journalists in their sights for the supposed ‘crime’ of doing their jobs lawfully and honestly.”
The Project Veritas founder went on to say that he had to think “long and hard” before making any statement because of language contained in the grand jury’s subpoena that appears to be an attempt to silence him.
In her diary, Ashley Brandon wrote that she was “hyper-sexualized [at] a young age” as she went on to provide details about chronic abuse of drugs, extramarital affairs, how her finances were “down to the wire” and how she made her father cry worrying about her ahead of a Democratic primary debate.
The diary also shows that she may have been using drugs while she was assisting her father’s presidential campaign as it began in 2019. Details were published on a conservative media outlet just a few weeks before the election, but of course, the rest of the ‘mainstream media’ ignored it as they ignored reporting by the New York Post regarding raunchy, salacious and damning content found on a laptop computer abandoned by another Brandon family drug abuser, Hunter.
“The feds now aren’t saying it was illegal to find the diary,” a source close to the situation and the FBI’s probe told the Daily Mail. “Nor are they saying Aimee stole anything.
“But it’s her selling the property of another that could be considered a crime. And the fact Ashley is the president’s daughter kicks it to a different legal level,” the source said.
Actually, the ‘crime’ here is exposing — yet again — the corrupt, creepy nature of the Brandon family.