President Joe Biden has consistently and repeatedly insisted that he has no involvement in or knowledge of his family's dubious foreign business dealings, particularly with China, even as evidence that strongly suggests otherwise continues to emerge.
Now a recent poll shows that a solid majority of American voters believe that Biden has not been completely truthful with the American people about his family's international financial transactions, Breitbart reported.
In other words, rather than Biden being kept out of the loop about what members of his family were doing, as the president's oft-repeated claims of ignorance would imply, it appears that most voters actually believe that Biden is the one who is keeping the American public in the dark about what he and his family have been doing.
Rasmussen Reports recently surveyed 967 likely voters between March 19-21, with a 3 percent margin of error, and asked respondents: "How likely is it that President Biden has told the complete truth about his family’s foreign business deals?"
A total of 54 percent said that it was unlikely that Biden has been completely truthful, including 38% who said it was "not at all likely" that Biden has been honest with the American public. Conversely, 42% said it was likely that Biden has been truthful, including 24% who said it was "very" likely that he has been completely honest about his family's international business dealings.
The poll further showed that it was predominately Democrats who were willing to believe that Biden has been completely honest with the American public, as 68% of them said that it was likely that he has been forthcoming and truthful.
However, around 72 percent of Republicans, as well as 65% of independents, said otherwise and that it was unlikely that Biden has openly shared everything he knows about what members of his family have been doing in terms of making lucrative deals with foreign entities and individuals.
Those results seem to align with a Trafalgar Group poll of 1,082 likely voters between Feb. 22-26, with a 2.9 percent margin of error, which asked respondents if they believed that President Biden had a "conflict of interest" in dealing aggressively with China due to his family's questionable business dealings with that communist regime.
Overall, 57.2% said "yes" to that question, which included 80.9% of Republicans, 53.5% of independents, and even 33.3% of Democrats.
Comparatively, only 33.5% overall said there was no conflict of interest, including 54.9% of Democrats, 34.2% of independents, and a mere 14.5% of Republicans.
The Rasmussen poll followed the revelation earlier this month from the GOP-led House Oversight Committee that it had obtained business records that proved that multiple members of President Biden's family had collectively received more than $1 million from China through a third party in 2017.
Similarly, Breitbart reported that investigative journalist and author Peter Schweizer has found that just Hunter Biden alone has received more than $31 million in multiple deals with various individuals linked to Chinese intelligence agencies.
Of course, President Biden has insisted that such reports are simply "not true," but his son Hunter seemingly told a different story through a spokesperson that essentially confirms the Oversight Committee's findings -- though it still attempted to perpetuate the increasingly unbelievable claim that the president had no involvement in the dealings.
"Hunter Biden, a private citizen with every right to pursue his own business endeavors, joined several business partners in seeking a joint venture with a privately-owned, legitimate energy company in China," the statement said. "As part of that joint venture, Hunter received his portion of good faith seed funds which he shared with his uncle, James Biden, and Hallie Biden, with whom he was involved with at the time, and sharing expenses."