A significant percentage of Americans fear a Beijing-compromised Biden Administration, as revealed by the results of a new poll.
Per the results of a new Trafalgar/Convention of States poll, 64 percent of probable American voters apparently believe that President Joe Biden is either conflicted or compromised in varied decision making capacities with regards to China, particularly when accounting for the array of business dealings his family has with various Chinese corporations.
Of the survey participants, 52.3 percent claimed that it is “very likely” the White House is compromised, whereas 36.4 percent claimed it is “unlikely.”
Over one-third of Democrats surveyed admitted believing that the president is compromised. On the other hand, 72 percent of independents and 85.8 percent of Republicans believe that the president is compromised.
According to Mark Meckler, who serves as the President of Convention of States Action, the American people clearly “see through the smoke and mirrors.””
“They’re watching as the Biden administration’s policies benefit China more than our own country,” Meckler continued, “and [they] conclude that the president is serving the interests of the Chinese Communist Party and must be compromised.”
“The only [remaining] question is: Do our leaders in Washington have the courage to fully investigate this issue and let the chips fall where they may?” he queried.
Numerous polls have revealed ailing approval ratings for the Biden Administration, with present approval ratings lingering in the low to mid 40s. Voters are generally expected to vote in Republicans with a vengeance in the fall.
Several issues motivate voters’ concerns, including shocking gas prices and skyrocketing inflation, both of which are likely to engender a large voter turnout during the midterm elections.
Outside of rapidly spiraling prices, the Biden Administration has also incurred significant suspicion due to the antics of Hunter Biden, who has a long history of questionable business dealings with corrupt business activities abroad.
The concerns about Hunter’s business dealings have only amplified in light of the fact that Biden intends to run for president again in 2024, according to recent reports.