Earlier in the week, former Second Lady Jill Biden’s ex-husband shared his opinion on the 2020 election and gave an exclusive and thorough insight at the Bidens, as well as his divorce with Jill Biden.
During a recent exclusive interview with Inside Edition, Bill Stevenson, Jill Biden’s first husband, spoke about why he supports President Donald Trump for the 2020 election instead of Joe Biden. He also shared how Joe and Jill’s “love story” began, and how it was in fact, a lie.
A compelling line that Stevenson said during the interview: “I was betrayed by the Bidens. Joe was my friend. Jill was my wife.”
To have a bit of a backstory, here’s how the Bidens say their love story began.
The Bidens claim that they were set up on a blind date in March 1975, a few years after Joe’s first wife died. Hunter and Beau, Joe’s sons with his first wife, survived the car crash. Joe was sworn into the Senate from the hospital where his sons were recovering.
As the Bidens have said over and over again whenever they could, Joe saw a picture of Jill on an advertisement in Delaware in March 1975 — a few years after his first wife’s death. Joe claims that his brother, Frank, introduced him and Jill the next day since Frank knew Jill from college.
“The Bidens’ love story reads like a classic fairytale,” said Inside Edition’s Steven Fabian before the interview. “They saw a movie together on that blind date, fell in love, and never looked back. But Jill Biden’s ex-husband says there’s much more to the story, claiming Jill and Joe’s relationship actually started in 1974 when he was still married to Jill.”
Fabian started the interview by asking Stevenson if the Bidens’ love story is true.
Fabian asked Stevenson, “It was a blind date. Point blank, is that story true?”
“No, not even a little bit,” Stevenson replied.
Stevenson had married Jill when she was just 18.
“Jill and I met on the beach in Ocean City, New Jersey, in August of 1969. Sure I fell in love with her because I married her six months later,” he said in the interview.
According to Stevenson, Joe and Jill were introduced to each other by Stevenson, himself. He said that they already knew each other quite well.
You can read Breitbart’s full report on the interview here.
“Stevenson said his first inkling something was up was when Jill refused to go with him to meet Bruce Springsteen, who was booked to appear at the Stone Balloon,” Fabian said.
“She said ‘Joe asked me to keep an eye on the boys.’” Stevenson said. “I just thought in the back of my mind, ‘Hmmm.’”
Fabian replied, “Then one day a man came into his bar and asked him to pay damages for a fender bender that involved Jill.”
“He looks at me, and he says, ‘Oh, she wasn’t driving.’ I said, ‘Her beloved Corvette she wasn’t driving?’ He goes, ‘Sen. Biden was driving it,’ and I went, ‘What?’” recalled Stevenson.
“Did you confront Jill at the time and say, ‘What’s going on here?’” Fabian asked.
Stevenson replied that he did, indeed. “She didn’t say anything. She just looked at me. I said, ‘You gotta go. You gotta go get your own place.’”
Stevenson claimed that no Republican Party or Trump campaign officials reached out to him to get him to go public with his story.
The Bidens are denying Stevenson’s recollection for all that they’re worth.
Fabian wrapped up the interview by taking note that Stevenson said he voted for Barack Obama and Biden twice in 2008 and 2012, but he will be voting for Trump on November 3 because of “Trump’s stance on police issues.”