It seems the federal Department of Justice and FBI now are involved in a hunt for the travels of an allegedly “stolen” diary.
And those federal agents have searched homes of several reporters in their work.
James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas and the planner of its undercover reporting on ACORN, CNN, Democrat interests and more, told Fox News’ Sean Hannity during an interview that the “investigation” was “an attack on the First Amendment.”
Fox News reported that the FBI raided his home as part of a federal investigation into the “missing” diary, which happens to have belonged to President Biden’s daughter, Ashley.
“I woke up to a pre-dawn raid,” he reported. “Banging on my door, I went to my door to answer the door and there were ten FBI agents with a battering ram, white blinding lights, they turned me around, handcuffed me and threw me against the hallway. I was partially clothed in front of my neighbors. They confiscated my phone. They raided my apartment. On my phone were many of my reporters’ notes. A lot of my sources unrelated to this story and a lot of confidential donor information to our news organization.”
He said he was in a state of shock while agents spent two hours searching his apartment.
Paul Calli, O’Keefe’s attorney, explained that Project Veritas had paid tipsters who had obtained the diary for the right to publish,