Worst President Ever? Hunter’s Business Dealings and a Shocking New CNN Poll Have Democrats Dragging Biden to the Chopping Block

A new survey that was recently conducted by SSRS and CNN has determined that even the far-left is struggling to find any redeeming qualities in Joe Biden’s Administration. 

The poll shows that the public’s view of the state of our nation is the worst it’s been since 2009, and its view on the economy is the lowest it’s been since 2011. Roughly 7 out of ten respondents say that Joe Biden has failed to address the country’s most pressing issues.

Biden’s current approval, at least according to this particular poll, is resting at a meager 38%, with 62% disapproving. The approval rating of Biden’s handling of the economy is at 30%, while the president’s handling of inflation sits at 25%. Both numbers are the lowest for any president in history.

A staggering 82% of those polled said that economic conditions are poor. About 4 in 10 (41%) described the economy as “very poor.” The poll found that 64% of Americans believe the economy is currently in a recession. Our economic situation is bleak, but that might not be the only reason the current president is polling so low.

Another poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports suggests that the American voters are aware that Hunter Biden was involved in some shady business deals and that they believe the current sitting President benefited from these deals. This is despite Big Media’s best efforts to completely ignore the stories.

While President Joe Biden has denied involvement in his son Hunter’s foreign business dealings, most voters don’t believe the president’s denials.

The new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 69% of Likely U.S. voters believe it’s likely the president was aware of at least some of Hunter Biden’s major foreign business dealings, including 49% who think it is Very Likely. Just 22% don’t think it is likely President Biden was aware of his son’s foreign deals, and 10% are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Burisma may be all but swept under the rug at this point, but the new survey comes on the heels of Hunter’s attorney claiming that his client has no more interest in the two Chinese companies currently in question. However, a report from Breitbart has recently shown that may not be the case:

Skaneateles, a company Hunter Biden founded with a ten percent stake in BHR Partners, still holds a ten percent interest in the company despite claims to the contrary, according to Chinese business records.

Hunter Biden “no longer holds any interest, directly or indirectly in either BHR or Skaneateles,” Hunter’s lawyer Chris Clark claimed in November to the New York Times.

But Chinese business records contradict Clark’s claim. “Chinese site Qixin says the latest filing comes from BHR itself and that it was filed last month,” the Washington Examiner reported. “The 2021 annual report by BHR has an ‘announcement date’ of June 20. Skaneateles is still listed as a ‘shareholder’ with a 10% stake.”

China’s business registry may not have been changed to reflect Hunter’s vacated interest. But with Hunter’s global profile as the United States president’s son, the omission seems unlikely.

It should be noted that Hunter’s representative has also refused to say who bought the stake in the company and for what price.

Hunter’s possible part ownership of BHR Partners is relevant because BHR Partners is the same company linked to Chinese oil interests to which the Biden administration reportedly sold 950,000 barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve earlier this month.

Something stinks to high heavens, but we’ve been engulfed in the stink long enough to barely even recognize it at this point. The information above certainly makes Biden’s recent bulk sale of US oil to China amidst an energy crisis all the more suspicious.


Published by Ryan DeLarme

Independent Media, Investigative Journalism

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