Did DOJ Abuse The Law To Hurt Trump?

Trump Indicted To Hide Biden Crimes?

Congressional allies of former President Donald Trump are suggesting that his recent indictment, which was announced on Thursday evening, is an attempt to divert public attention from an FBI document. This document contains allegations that President Biden, during his time as vice president, engaged in bribery.

In transcript provided by Fox, Republican Rep. Anna Paulina Luna asked, “The SAME DAY [House Oversight Committee] is shown a document by the FBI showing evidence that Biden and his son were each paid $5 million dollars by a foreign national the DOJ indicts Trump. Coincidental? I think not.”

Elise Stefanik, the House GOP Conference Chair, went to the extent of accusing Democrats of interfering in the 2024 election. In her statement, she pointed out that on the very same day when the FBI was compelled to provide Congress with highly incriminating and believable allegations regarding Joe Biden’s unlawful, egregious, and treacherous corruption, Joe Biden exploited his Department of Justice to indict Donald Trump.

In a statement provided to Fox News Digital, Elise Stefanik expressed her belief that the American people are discerning and recognize that the current situation represents the pinnacle of illegal and unprecedented exploitation of the federal government against President Donald J. Trump, who is a prominent opponent of Joe Biden. Stefanik claimed that the radical Far Left is determined to go to any lengths to disrupt the 2024 election and bolster the struggling presidency and campaign of Joe Biden, which she described as catastrophic.

Trump recently revealed that he has been indicted as part of the investigation conducted by Special Counsel Jack Smith. This investigation focuses on the handling of classified documents discovered at Mar-a-Lago.

Earlier this year, former President Trump faced another indictment in a distinct case overseen by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. This case pertained to hush money payments that were made to a porn star who alleges to have been involved in a 2006 affair with Trump.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has made a commitment to ensure accountability for those implicated in the indictment, stating that “Today is indeed a dark day for the United States of America.” McCarthy finds it unacceptable for a sitting president to indict the primary candidate challenging him and suggests that Joe Biden held classified documents for an extended period of time.