Stefanik Released Fiery Statement Responding To Trump Indictment


Congresswoman Elise Stefanik hit the nail on the head, explaining why she felt the Biden administration decided to indict former President Trump.

Stefanik (R-NY), who is House Republican Conference Chair, said in an official statement that President Biden weaponized the Justice Department against the former president because he is the GOP front runner. She said that it was no coincidence that he was indicted on the same day it was revealed that Biden allegedly received payoffs for influencing US foreign policy.

She made the comments when former President Trump was first indicted however, she hit the nail on the head.

“The exact same day that the FBI is forced to turn over to Congress absolutely damning and credible allegations regarding Joe Biden’s illegal, egregious, and treasonous corruption, Joe Biden weaponizes his Department of Justice to indict Donald Trump,” Stefanik said.

“The American people are smart and understand this is the epitome of the illegal and unprecedented weaponization of the federal government against Joe Biden’s leading opponent, President Donald J. Trump,” she added. “In 2024, we will vote like this country has never seen before and we will elect President Trump back to the White House to save America.”

Just hours before it was learned former President Trump would be indicted the House Oversight Committee told the press “after reviewing a FBI’s informant file that an FBI informant claimed to possess two pieces of evidence that show Joe Biden received $5 million after threatening to withhold aid to Ukraine until a prosecutor probing the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings was fired.”

“There’s no doubt in my mind that Joe Biden is guilty of bribery 100 percent,” Rep. Anna Luna (R-FL) told reporters after viewing the document. “There was two separate transactions, one that went to Joe Biden for $5,000,000, one that went to Hunter Biden for $5 million.”

Even wishy-washy RINO congresswoman Rep. Nancy Mace is concerned about what the committee has learned.

“I try to call the balls and strikes. I try to call it right down the middle,” Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) said. “It’s unforgivable that the FBI won’t tell us what they’ve done to investigate this. It’s undeniable that this is serious. This is legitimate.”

Just think of all things we’ve learned since June.