A new poll finds nearly six in ten Americans believe that due to his family’s business dealings with Communist China, President Joe Biden has a conflict of interest in dealing with the dictatorial regime.

The latest survey from The Trafalgar Group finds 57.2 percent of likely 2024 voters believe “Biden has a conflict of interest when responding to China’s aggressive actions against the U.S.”

Even 33.3 percent of Democrats believe Biden is compromised in dealing with China’s anti-U.S. aggression.

Among Republicans 80.9 percent agreed and even 54.9 percent of independents.

The result is a stunning majority of Americans believe they’re not sure who their president would side with in a conflict with the United States’ biggest enemy.

When it came to dealing with China, Americans preferred Biden be more combative, with 57.6 percent preferring Biden “be more aggressive in leading a global coalition to contain China.”

Just 8.8 percent want to “de-escalate tensions” and 17.1 percent preferred to maintain current policies.

Congress is currently investigating the Biden family’s dealing with Communist China. In one reported Biden family business deal, President Biden’s son Hunter Biden was to receive part ownership of a Communist Chinese company, with “10 percent held by H [Hunter] for the big guy.” According to one business partner, “the big guy” was Joe Biden.

Investigators are also looking into an energy deal between Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s brother James, and Communist Chinese figures.

“The Committee on Oversight and Accountability is investigating President Biden’s connections to certain international and domestic business transactions and practices, including his family and associates who peddled influence to generate millions of dollars for the Biden family. The Committee’s review of testimony in a federal criminal prosecution—United States v. Patrick Ho—and other documents show that you have records and information related to the Biden family’s foreign business dealings,” wrote Chairman Comer in a letter to a Vuk Jeremic, a former Serbian politician and former President of the United Nations General Assembly.

“The defendant in that prosecution, Patrick Ho, was convicted of international bribery and money laundering in 2018 and was the former head of CEFC China Energy’s (CEFC) U.S.-based operation. CEFC—now state-owned by the Chinese Communist Party—approached the Biden family to expand its energy portfolio in the United States. The Committee requests you schedule a transcribed interview with Committee staff and produce certain documents related to CEFC, Robert Hunter Biden, James Biden, and their business associates,” the letter demands.


  1. For this reason if no other, the SCOTUS MUST hear Brunson versus Adams. Refusing to halt inauguration ten days so that the election discrepancies could be more closely reviewed was not an unreasonable request. Especially considering much of the intercepted information required translation from Mandarin to English!

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