Despite the GOP’s best efforts, Democrat nominee Joe Biden has mostly escaped directly addressing bombshell new allegations that he was involved in his son Hunter’s shady dealings overseas.
However, a new poll holds devastating news for Joe: Though the mainstream media has done its best to quash the reports, most American voters believe that Joe Biden was aware of Hunter’s controversial business dealings.
Biden and his lackeys on the media have dismissed evidence of Hunter Biden’s questionable financial dealings with Ukrainian and Chinese energy companies as a “smear campaign,” de-legitimizing any questions about the former vice-president’s knowledge of or participation in the deals.
However, despite their best efforts, a recently-released Rassmussen survey found that 54 percent believe it’s “likely that Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from Hunter’s overseas business deals.”
Fourty-four percent of respondents said that it was “very likely” the elder Biden was involved, while only 21 percent said it was “not at all likely.”
Biden has denied on multiple occasions that he was even aware of his son’s dealings with foreign entities, but emails released by the New York Post in mid-October showed that Hunter Biden “introduced the elder Biden to a Ukrainian energy executive a year before he lobbied officials in Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who was investigating the company.”
With mere days to go until election day, the Post has released a relentless trickle of information that continues to link then-vice-president Joe Biden to his son’s lucrative consulting deals with foreign energy companies.
Biden said in his most recent response to a timid media request for a statement on the matter that he is “very proud” of his family and that scrutiny of his son’s business dealings during his tenure as VP are “a last-ditch effort in this desperate campaign to smear me and my family.”
The explosive revelations have even led some to regret casting an early ballot for Joe Biden, the Post reported on Monday.
“More than 58.5 million have already cast their ballots, and searches for “Can I change my vote” started trending over the last few days — linked to searches for “Hunter Biden,” according to Google Trends data,” wrote Lee Brown of the Post.
The highest number of searches related to both issues were found in Arizona, Tennessee and Virginia, all states that will not allow one with a change of heart to re-cast their ballot.
Some states, including Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, Wisconsin, and New York, do have provisions for changing one’s vote under certain circumstances, but it’s likely that there are thousands in many states that have no recourse after pulling the handle for Biden prematurely.