What started with an anonymous tip and a phone call to Ashley Biden ended in a ridiculously brazen violation of all journalistic First Amendment protections.
Project Veritas got a call saying that some of Ashley Biden’s personal effects had been left behind in a room she had been renting. Those effects included (among other items) a diary.
The bag came into Project Veritas’s possession through entirely legal means. They contacted Ashley Biden by phone to confirm the effects were hers. She named some third party to whom she was supposed to give them. They eventually decided to turn the contents over to law enforcement.
Then all hell broke loose.
Here’s Liz Wheeler talking about both the phone call with Ashley Biden and the jackboot response of Joe Biden’s DOJ wantonly abusing the special protections afforded to journalists despite the fact that they had committed no crime.
— Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) August 1, 2023
And here’s ClashDaily reporting of the events as they unfolded.
November 2021 description of the actual event and its context:
Did FBI and NYT Cooperate To Violate A Journalist’s First Amendment Rights?
April 2022 — the government spying on the private communications of Project Veritas journalists.
DOJ Obtained Private Info On Project Veritas Journalists To Determine How They Got Ashley’s Biden Diary
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