Bill Stevenson, First Lady Jill Biden’s ex-husband, criticized the so-called “Biden crime family” for “targeting” him and former President Trump. This comes at a time when Biden’s son Hunter is facing a growing number of legal problems.
Bill Stevenson was previously married to Jill Biden from 1970 to 1975. In an interview with Newsmax on July 26, 2023, Stevenson stated the president’s brother Frankie Biden attempted to intimidate him as he underwent divorce proceedings with Jill.
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
Stevenson asserted that Frankie came up to him and demanded he give up his house to Jill Biden or face “serious” consequences. Two months after this incident, Stevenson and his brother received an indictment for a tax charge of $8,200.
Stevenson declared that Joe Biden was the architect of the tax charge he was slapped with. He additionally likened his tax ordeal to the legal troubles Trump is currently facing.
At the moment, Trump is faced with charges of conspiracy to obstruct justice, illegally holding onto a record or document, illicitly concealing a document or record, and secreting a document as a federal probe is being conducted.
Stevenson is a devoted Trump supporter who is aghast at the way Trump has been treated by the federal government.
For that reason, he felt obligated to step up and relay his account of his rough relations with the Biden family. He believes the Bidens are very dangerous and he can’t let them harm former President Trump.
TONIGHT: Bill Stevenson, who was married to FIRST LADY Jill Biden before “Joe” made a move. Bill has been HARASSED by the Federal Government ever since. Faced a FELONY TAX CHARGE for a ONE WEEK late payment on 8 thousand bucks! Join me shortly on NEWSMAX!! 10PM! pic.twitter.com/njgQ28XwlU
— Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) July 27, 2023
Hunter Biden recently pleaded not guilty to failing to pay roughly between $1.1 million and $1.5 million in federal taxes in 2017 and 2018.
The president’s son is faced with misdemeanor charges for a higher number of unpaid taxes, whereas Steven was slapped with felony charges for a smaller amount of unpaid taxes.
So far, Hunter’s proceedings are still playing out in court, as a federal judge recently rejected his plea deal.This article appeared in TheDailyBeat and has been published here with permission.