The ex-husband of First Lady Jill Biden spoke out against the “Biden crime family” and shared details about he had been targeted during his divorce.
Bill Stevenson opened up about his divorce from Jill Biden during an interview with Newsmax host Greg Kelly, comparing how they threatened him to how the Bidens have seemingly been targeting former President Donald Trump.
Stevenson and Jill Biden married in 1970 after meeting in college at the University of Delaware, according to People magazine. The couple had only been married for four years before they had divorced, Stevenson told Kelly during his interview on Wednesday.
“Frankie of the Biden crime family comes up to me and he goes, ‘Give her the house or you’re going to have serious problems,'” Stevenson said of Joe Biden’s brother.
Stevenson says he asked Frankie Biden if he was “threatening” him and “two months later” he and his brother were indicted for a tax charge of $8,200.
Bill Stevenson, ex-husband of Jill Biden, tells Greg Kelly how Joe Biden weaponized the government against him following his divorce with Jill.
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) July 27, 2023
In response to a question from Kelly asking if Joe Biden, who was referred to as being the “prince of Delaware,” had ordered these charges be brought against Stevenson and his brother, Stevenson alleged that Biden had stuck those charges on them.
“I not only think it, I know it,” Stevenson said. “I’ll tell you right now, this is what he’s using now.”
Stevenson expressed his disbelief at the time of the “power of Joe Biden and the Department of Justice” to indict him over $8,000.
When Kelly touched on the subject of Trump’s indictment charges, while Hunter Biden has seemingly received a slap on the wrist. On Wednesday, Hunter Biden appeared in a federal court and was expected to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges.
The plea deal fell through when Federal District Court Judge Maryellen Noreika asked whether Hunter Biden’s plea agreement would provide him with immunity from being prosecuted for other crimes.
Trump is currently facing 37 charges related to conspiring to obstruct justice, providing false statements, and for allegedly mishandling classified documents. Recently, Trump suggested that he may be indicted for a third time after receiving a letter from Special Counsel Jack Smith giving him four days to report before the “grand jury.”
“It’s hard to believe what they are doing to President Trump right now,” Stevenson said, adding that he could not “let them do this to a president” that he loves and respects.
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