The Resistance Chicks discuss “coincidences” between Trump indictments and Hunter Biden revelations – Brighteon.TV
Sisters Leah and Michelle Svensson, known as the Resistance Chicks, discussed the strange coincidences involving the indictments against former President Donald Trump and the revelations regarding presidential son Hunter Biden.
Elder sister Leah outlined the “coincidences” that happened against Trump during the Aug. 18 episode of “Headline News: The Resistance Chicks” on Brighteon.TV. Interestingly , all of these happened after legal actions were launched against the presidential son.
On March 16 of this year, the House Oversight Committee disclosed that the Biden family received payments from a Chinese energy firm. Two days later on March 18, Trump confirmed that he would be indicted in New York.
The indictment did happen on April 4, with Manhattan District Attorney (DA) Alvin Bragg indicted Trump in a hush-money case. He charged the former president with 34 felony counts, which Trump all pleaded not guilty to. The charges stemmed from a hush money payment given to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, who claimed she had an affair with the former president.
On June 7, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released documents alleging that the Bidens took a $10 million bribe from Ukrainian energy company Burisma. The very next day on June 8, Special Counsel Jack Smith indicted Trump with a total of 37 counts on seven different charges.
The second indictment stemmed from allegedly classified documents taken from the August 2022 raid at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida. When the younger Biden’s sweetheart deal fell apart on July 26, Smith added more charges to the Mar-a-Lago indictment for a total of 40 charges.
Hunter’s former business partner Devon Archer testified before lawmakers on July 31. According to Archer, President Joe Biden was on the more than 20 calls with Hunter’s other business partners. The next day on Aug. 1, Smith indicted Trump for his involvement in the Jan. 6 false-flag riot at the Capitol.
Lastly, House Republicans released a transcript from the FBI agent involved in the Hunter Biden investigation on Aug. 14. Soon after, Fulton County DA Fani Willis charged Trump and 18 others in connection with the results of the 2020 election in Georgia. (Related: Fulton County’s bogus Trump indictment is Democrats’ latest attempt to criminalize free speech)
Indictments serve to jail Trump, cover up Hunter’s scandals
According to younger sister Michelle, the indictments have a two-fold purpose. While they seek to put Trump behind bars, they ultimately serve to cover up Hunter Biden’s misdeeds. She continued that the American people will be sick of hearing about the presidential son, something that will possibly backfire on the Democrats.
Michelle also mentioned that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) has some inside knowledge of the indictment. The former congressman for the Peach State claimed prosecutors weren’t ready to drop the Georgia indictment against Trump. However, the latest revelations regarding Hunter forced them to immediately push the charges.
The younger Svensson sister said the prosecutors weren’t planning on the Hunter Biden bombshells being exposed. Despite this, she remarked that the rush toward any legal action against Trump is “good news” since it will fall apart. Moreover, the truth about the presidential son being exposed cannot be prevented from becoming public.
Leah meanwhile said Gingrich may have been talking about the indictment Willis pushed. This is because the House GOP releasing the FBI agent’s transcripts was absolutely huge.
“I don’t know if they are trying to cover up for Joe or what it is. Honestly, at this point I’m not exactly sure what their long game is with the Trump indictments,” she ultimately remarked. “This is where we are kind of in a different world right now – where the weaponization of the government against the president and citizens is right out there in the open for everyone to see.”
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