Most People Think Biden’s Compromised By The CCP

( President Biden’s son Hunter Biden had at least one multimillion-dollar agreement with a Chinese corporation, but there is no convincing proof that President Biden benefitted.
According to a recent poll, over two-thirds of Americans believe President Biden’s and his family’s links to China have harmed him.
According to a study conducted by the Trafalgar Group and the Convention of State Action, more than half of those questioned believe Biden is very likely “conflicted/compromised when dealing with China owing to the Biden family’s personal business interests in China.”
About 11.5 percent of those polled believe Biden is “somewhat likely,” to be compromised, while 36.4 percent believe he is “unlikely.”
About two-thirds of Democrats believe the president is compromised. Over 85 percent of Republicans believe the contrary.
More than two-thirds of independent voters believe Biden and his family have been compromised by their numerous guarded links to the Republic of China.
According to Mark Meckler, president of the Convention of States Action, the survey results show that American voters “saw through the smoke and mirrors.”
Meckler says that the people observing the Biden administration’s actions benefit China more than our nation. The conclusion is that the president promotes the Chinese Communist Party’s interests and must be compromised.
According to reports from news organizations such as The Washington Post, Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, negotiated at least one multimillion-dollar transaction with a Chinese firm while his father was vice president.
The agreement was inked in 2017 and contained signatures from Hunter Biden and Gongwen Dong, a CEFC China Energy official.
According to The Washington Post, the arrangement with CEFC was included in a Republican-led Senate report dated 2020. The newspaper, however, found no proof that President Biden directly benefitted from or was aware of the transactions with CEFC, which occurred after he left the vice presidency and before he announced his desire to run for president in 2020.