The Biden administration indicted Former President Donald Trump for a third time Tuesday, just one day after another Hunter Biden bombshell dropped.
The DOJ indicted Trump in relation to his alleged attempt to interfere in the 2020 election and alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 riot. Trump was charged with “Conspiracy to defraud the United States,” “Conspiracy to corruptly obstruct and impede the January 6 proceedings” and “A conspiracy against the right to vote and to have one’s vote counted.”
The news came just one day after Hunter’s former business associate, Devon Archer, testified that the president was on the phone at least 20 times with Hunter’s business partners and that Burisma executives pressured Biden to pressure then Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to fire prosecutor-general Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma at the time.
But this indictment follows a trend, with each one coming down just one day after new, potentially incriminating evidence against Hunter and his father President Joe Biden gets released. (RELATED: Evidence Keeps Piling Up Contradicting Joe Biden’s Claim He Never Discussed Business With Hunter)
Just one day prior the FBI released documents to Congress alleging that Biden took a $10 million bribe from Burisma. House Oversight Republicans obtained access to an FBI document after threatening to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt for refusing to turn over the materials. The document allegedly implicates Biden in a bribery scheme.
Smith tacked on additional charges to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago case on July 27, just one day after Hunter’s sweetheart plea deal was rejected because the Department of Justice tried to give sweeping immunity to Hunter for the future. Hunter struck a deal with the DOJ that would have had him plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges and enter a diversion agreement to avoid jail time for a felony gun charge. The deal fell apart after Judge Maryellen Noreika questioned the deal and its sweeping immunity.