July 17, 2023

Democrats Reportedly Divided on Biden Bribery Allegations

The majority of Americans reportedly believe that President Joe Biden was involved in illegal bribery deals, with many Democrats now agreeing.

The most recent poll shows high numbers of the president's own party now agreeing that Biden took bribes.

"In the latest test of voter faith in the president’s denials, 56% said that he probably took bribes from sources tied to China, Russia, and Ukraine. Some 27% said they think that it is unlikely. That’s more than a two-to-one gap in the latest I&I/TIPP online survey," the Washington Examiner wrote.

"The survey is bad for the White House because it shows voters don’t believe the president. The numbers: Democrats (39% likely vs. 42% unlikely), Republicans (80% likely vs. 9% unlikely), and independents (56% vs. 22%)," it added.

"Even Democrats were split nearly equally on the question of whether Biden took a bribe. The president is in trouble even within his own party," Issues and Insights wrote.

"As such, the poll’s findings pose serious questions about Biden’s expressed desire for a second term. The investigations of his questionable, and at times dodgy, financial dealings while serving as vice president under Barack Obama are hurtling ahead, fueled by an ongoing congressional investigation," the outlet added.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) has claimed that the Biden family has received up to $40 million in bribes over a multi-year period.

He has referred to the actions as "organized crime" that occurred during Biden's years as vice president.

The evidence continues to grow in the committee, including recent testimony by multiple FBI whistleblowers with new information in the case.

The situation doesn't look good for Biden, especially as he seeks a second term as president in 2024.

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