During the 2020 election, National File conducted an exclusive interview with Bill Stevenson, the ex-husband of Jill Biden. In this groundbreaking interview, Stevenson made shocking allegations of infidelity and bribery against Joe Biden. He claimed to have been part of a scheme with Joe Biden’s brother Frank to bribe a teamsters union boss to delay the delivery of newspapers endorsing Biden’s opponent until after his first U.S. Senate election. The intention behind this was to prevent people from seeing the endorsement and potentially voting against Biden. Stevenson further alleged that Joe Biden had an affair with Jill while he was still married to her, contradicting the official story promoted by the Bidens.
Since the publication of National File’s article on Bill Stevenson’s allegations, it has garnered significant attention in the news cycle. Stevenson himself has spoken out about the Bidens, stating that they have targeted him for the past 35 years. He expressed fears that the Bidens would treat President Donald Trump in a similar manner. Stevenson referred to the “Biden crime family” in his interview.
Although Stevenson had planned to release a book detailing his experiences, it seems that it has not materialized. Nonetheless, National File’s article has had a considerable impact on the national conversation. In 2020, it was reported that Stevenson had completed an autobiographical manuscript that delved into new bombshell details about Joe and Jill Biden. According to Stevenson, his relationship with Jill began in 1974 while he was still married to her, contrary to the official story that they met in 1975. Stevenson claimed that he and Jill had known Joe Biden even earlier, having supported him in his 1972 Senate campaign. Stevenson had even donated money to Biden’s campaign.
In addition to the infidelity allegations, Stevenson also exposed a bribery scheme involving Joe Biden’s brother Frank. He claimed that Frank had taken $3,000 from him to bribe the teamsters union boss before Biden’s first Senate race. The aim was to ensure that copies of the Wilmington News Journal, which endorsed Biden’s Republican opponent, were delivered three days late, affecting the outcome of the election. Not long after, Joe Biden’s first wife, Neilia, died in a car crash. The official story provided by Biden was that the truck driver involved in the crash was drunk, but the driver’s daughter disputed this and demanded an apology, which Biden later gave.
Joe Biden’s close relationship with John Cochran, the former CEO of credit card company MBNA, was also brought to light. Cochran purchased Biden’s house in 1996 and currently chairs the University of Delaware Board of Trustees, where he is fighting to keep Biden’s records from being made public. These records are being sought after to find information related to Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against Biden.
According to the official story of the Bidens’ relationship, Joe first noticed Jill in an advertisement and went on a blind date with her in March 1975. However, Stevenson and other inside political sources claim that Joe and Jill started their affair as early as 1974. As proof, Stevenson mentioned that he and Jill met Joe Biden at a 1972 victory party and attended it together, which contradicts the official narrative.
The divorce between Bill Stevenson and Jill Biden occurred in May 1975, and Joe and Jill got married in June 1977. However, Stevenson disputes this timeline, calling it a fabrication. Stevenson revealed that he and Jill would often meet at a gas station called Midway Gulf on Limestone Road Route 7, and he even bought her a brown Corvette as a gift. In 1974, there was an accident involving Biden, Jill, and another motorist. Initially, Biden promised to cover the cost, but Stevenson ended up paying the bill. When Stevenson confronted Jill about being in the car with Biden, her response was unsatisfactory, leading to their divorce.
After their divorce, Frank Biden advised Stevenson to leave town as he was now a liability to Joe Biden’s political career. Years later, Stevenson attended a horse race with Charles Cawley, the founder of MBNA, who was in the company of Biden. When Biden saw Stevenson, he made a disparaging remark to Cawley. Jill Biden admitted in her book, “Where The Light Enters,” that she attended Joe Biden’s 1972 victory party with Bill Stevenson, but the official story has always maintained that she did not begin dating Joe until 1975.
Bill Stevenson’s upcoming book is expected to make significant waves during the 2020 presidential election. National File will continue reporting on Joe Biden’s history in Delaware, including firsthand accounts from Delaware residents who knew him well. An interview with Stevenson is forthcoming and will be published in early September. Stay tuned for more details.
To be continued…