What does that tell us? That the sitting president is a liar, according to nearly 70% of us.
According to Rasmussen Reports, a survey was conducted and released this week. Their conclusion is as follows:
“A recent national Rasmussen Reports poll determined that 69 percent of likely voters think it’s fair to assume the president knew of at least part of Hunter Biden’s huge foreign business transactions, with a majority (49 percent) believing this is Very Likely. Just 22% disagree and believe it unlikely that Pres. Biden was aware of his son’s overseas deals, while 10% are undecided.”
Nick Arama of RedState, among others, has written extensively on the Hunter Biden saga, including a plethora of sex, discussions of his questionable business activities, and much more from his abandoned “laptop from hell.”
The poll, which was conducted between July 14 and 17 and included 1,000 respondents, found that 55 percent of voters are “extremely” or “very” interested in the news surrounding Hunter Biden’s laptop. Despite the media’s efforts to bury it, including when Twitter shut down the NY Post just before the 2020 presidential election.
Here’s what the Post had to say about it this week:
The poll revealed that 62 percent of respondents believe the president benefited financially from his son’s business deals in China, with 44 percent calling it “very likely.”
“And, perhaps most significantly, a majority of respondents (69%) reject the president’s assertions that he does not discuss business with his son — only 49% feel he very likely knew, and just 22% believe he was not aware of his son’s business activities.”
However, 56% of poll respondents think that Hunter Biden will not be charged.
Have we become so jaded as a society? Despite the fact that seven in ten say the president is lying, almost six in ten think Hunter Biden will go unpunished. That sums up how Americans feel about our hyper-partisan Department of Justice.