Jill Biden’s Ex-Husband Claims Joe Biden Weaponized Government Against Him

Biden’s team has been accused of weaponizing the government.

Bill Stevenson, Jill Biden’s first husband, was married to her from 1970-1975, including while she was in college.

Stevenson had already thrown a big wrench in the story that Joe and Jill tell of how they met. Joe claims that they met on a blind date. But Stevenson said that they all met when Joe’s first wife, Neilia, was still alive and Bill and Jill supported Joe in his first run for political office, long before the alleged “blind date.” He also indicated that he believed something was going on between Joe and Jill while he was still married to her.

He has now made a major allegation – he claims that Joe Biden forced the IRS upon him. He said he was threatened over a house — that he won everything regarding the divorce battle, but then they appealed and sued him over one of the houses.

Bill Stevenson told Greg Kelly of Newsmax on Wednesday that Frank Biden, President Biden’s elder brother, approached him in the 1970s after Jill and Bill separated.

He told Kelly, “I could not believe it.”

He claimed that the IRS had pursued him, and his brother, who owned a Stone Balloon Bar in the first quarter of 1982 for not paying taxes. The IRS charged him in April 1982 for this. Greg Kelly, of Newsmax, exclaimed that this was more than a little odd as I do not believe that the government works that quickly.

Stevenson said that they continued to pursue Stevenson throughout the years. He did not elaborate.

Kelly, Stevenson, and others pointed out that Hunter Biden was pursued for a tax case while Stevenson got a diversion agreement and plea deal. Stevenson’s charges were unheard-of while Hunter was not charged until many years later.

Stevenson said he was coming forward to speak out because he was upset with the way that they were weaponizing the government against Donald Trump.

“I can’t let them do that. I love and respect the President. “I cannot allow them to do that to our nation,” said Trump, who lost the 2020 election to Biden. He may challenge him again by 2024.

It is for this reason that I have come forward. “I said that there is nothing to do about the divorce and no bitterness. “I can’t let them do what they did to me. ”

Stevenson said that the tide was turning against the Bidens with Hunter’s plea deal falling apart. The truth would be revealed soon.

This is the full interview that he did with Newsmax.