Jill Biden’s Former Spouse Alleges Years of Targeting by the ‘Biden Crime Family’

Bill Stevenson, Jill Biden’s ex-husband, has made serious allegations referring to the ‘Biden Crime Family.’ In an interview with Greg Kelly of Newsmax on Wednesday, Stevenson recounted an incident during his divorce from Dr. Jill Biden, the current president’s wife. According to Stevenson, a member of the Biden family, Frankie Biden, approached him and issued a threat: “Give her the house, or you’ll face serious consequences.”

Stevenson said of the 1970s encounter: “I looked at Frankie and I said, ‘Are you threatening me?’ and needless to say, about two months later, my brother and I were indicted for [a] tax charge for $8,200.”

The New York Post reported that Stevenson alleges Joe Biden, then a Senator of Delaware, “sicced the charges on him.”

Jill Biden’s former husband added: “[I] could not believe the power of Joe Biden and the Department of Justice. I couldn’t believe it.”

This statement seems to lend credence to a multifaceted sub-story within a broader, suspicious narrative concerning the Biden family. It has triggered inquiries into issues such as obstruction of justice, the potential misuse of federal agencies to target political adversaries, alleged involvement in drug-related activities, and illegal business transactions, leading to several congressional investigations.

The report from The New York Post indicates that Stevenson’s statement raises doubts about the Bidens’ credibility and the narrative they have presented to the public.

His intimate familiarity with the family places his commentary in a unique perspective. Questioning Joe Biden’s account of meeting Jill, which he states occurred after their divorce, Stevenson said: “I was there when Joe met Jill. I introduced them in 1972. It’s been a lie from the beginning, the story that Jill and Joe tell.”

Inside Edition has reported that both Dr. Jill and President Joe Biden firmly deny Stevenson’s accusations.

Observers are closely monitoring how this escalating controversy will affect the public’s perception of the Biden family. A decline in poll numbers reflects a rising sense of doubt among the public. As seen in a video shared on Bill O’Reilly’s website, Stevenson’s strong condemnation of the ‘Biden crime family’ has intensified ongoing investigations and is expected to have adverse effects on the 2024 election.