Aimee Harris faces imprisonment for exposing Ashley Biden’s dark secrets

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A judge sentenced Aimee Harris to one month in prison and three months of home detention for stealing Ashley Biden’s diary and selling it ahead of the 2020 election.

During a hearing in New York, Judge Laura Swain said the Department of Justice’s request that Harris receive four to 10 months in prison was unnecessary.

When she first found the diary, Harris had been temporarily residing at a home in Delray Beach, Florida owned by a friend of Ashley Biden, who is Joe Biden’s daughter. Harris also found tax information, a digital camera, family photos, a phone, and other belongings, according to court documents.

When Harris came upon the items, she and her co-defendant, Robert Kurlander, began conspiring on how they could make money off the items, prosecutors said.

About two months before the 2020 presidential election, Harris and Kurlander attempted to sell Ashley Biden’s diary and other items to then-President Donald Trump’s campaign. The Trump campaign rejected their offer and advised them to go to the FBI, prosecutors said.

Harris and Kurlander then turned to Project Veritas and received $20,000 apiece from the organization for the diary and other items. Project Veritas chose not to publish the diary.

Kurlander was set to be sentenced this week, but the judge rescheduled his hearing to Oct. 25 at the request of the DOJ in a sign that Kurlander is cooperating with the government investigation.

National File, which reported extensively on the Ashley Biden diary, noted that “Entries in the diary include the author revealing she believes she was sexually molested as a child and shared ‘probably not appropriate’ showers with her father, some that detail the author’s struggle with drug abuse and the author’s crumbling marriage with multiple affairs, along with entries showing the family’s fears of a potential scandal due to her brother’s new home, and those that show a deep resentment for her father due to his money, control, and emotional manipulation.”

What is in Ashley Biden’s diary?

In July 2022, Blitz was the first newspaper in the world to publish the entire 112-pages diary of Joe Biden’s drug and sex addicted daughter, Ashley Biden.

The entire diary consists of derailed thoughts of the daughter of Joe Biden, and numerous descriptions of perverted activities of the Biden family. It also contains information on Hunter Biden, and his special relations with his sister – Ashley Biden, along with Joe Biden’s wrong behavior with his daughter.

And here is another breaking news! We shall soon publish a massive 600+ page report on Hunter Biden’s laptop, which contains series of shocking information on how Hunter Biden has made tons of cash by using the position of his father Joe Biden and how Joe Biden too has received financial benefits from many of these secret deals.

Meanwhile, here is the details of Ashley Biden’s “forbidden” diary:

On January 25, 2019, Ashley Biden wrote in her diary:

I obviously don’t know what the future holds but also don’t know where I’ll be – but I would like to remain sober – although getting high – like an Aspergers kid.

What we pay attention to grow + so what if I tried another strategy – to acknowledge when really hurting or just pretend + put out my consciousness [sic].

On January 27, 2019 she wrote:

Today is the day – a day – to start a new. To start over again… I have been preoccupied [sic] with thoughts of K. But he is in no position to give me what I need. His life has been turned upside down by not seeing his daughter. And if I care for him despite that he played – unintentionally with my heart – I will let him go. My strategy? He is gay. It broke my heart to see him in this place. I think what keeps coming up for me is my brothers. How I don’t have them in my life anymore. I’m looking forward to starting my clinical week. Really diving into therapy and working on the parts of me that need love, support and tenderness. What does that look like? Well for starters it begins with truly letting go of all expectations. Committing myself to reality @ all costs – knowing this is where I will find ultimate serenity.

It involves me engaging actively in the program – with my sponsor. Going to meetings, following the advice of clinical staff, praying, meditation – you did so well training your mind to be quiet. I have to be abstinent. I can’t don’t want to, fight this anymore. It involves focusing on all that I need to focus on. It involves being around + being with the people who are available to love me + give me support. It involves true letting go – surrender. Emotionally + spiritually on my knees. It involves doing the work + doing it well. I think my age plays into all of this – 37 + about to turn 38 without children, husband, a clear path forward.

Not really or wanting to let go of the comfortability of Howard.

It’s the trying to deal with the extremes. Do I cut off entirely + not talking – in my mind making “over”. What is the healthy way to be? It’s either all or nothing – how do I cope with the unknown + let it go? Wanting to reach out + share – my life with others. Balance. Reality. Walk the line…

How do I sort out? What if I know in my gut that it’s no longer there?

What are the good things?

Can you forgive self for engaging?

Yes. It happened.

What were positive things about it happening?

  • I like/can feel passion/sex
  • Attraction is important

What is the residual?

  • Wanting to have sex
  • To avoid dealing with emotions?

Why can’t be with him?

  • Not emotionally available
  • Dealing with daughter/wife
  • Dealing with Howard
  • Emotional immaturity
  • Unstable

Ups downs

Have this bizarre conundrum – life is so short – don’t waste it + grab what you want. Go for it.


Let time be. Time will heal.

Time is on side + only way


What if I don’t feel like I have a lot of time?

So … simplify.

  • Keep it simple.
  • Let go, Let god.
  • Inward focus.
  • One day, @ a time.

In January 2020 she wrote

  1. Been sober from c + hard for a year!
  2. Working on livelihood on main job/project.
  3. Living? Florida weather, but home is where my family is …
  4. Super solid single – or beginning to date/find romance
  5. Not in relationship limbo
  6. Eggs frozen/harvested/pregnant.
  7. Fucking non smoker
  8. Exploring other opportunities + taking them – for career
  9. No debt + credit built.

I know that advantage adventure must be added to my sobriety list –

And it is. I am jumping in shower, going to get my car + the  see where the day takes me.

What is my #1 goal today?

To see if you can not smoke a cigarette without others – Babe. Only

Do not contact Kevin

Attend 2 meetings?

Do something fun for self.



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