Voters Sound Off On Biden’s Scandal
(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – A new Harvard CAPS-Harris poll has shown that the majority of U.S. voters believe that the classified documents found in President Biden’s possession are a serious national security breach.
According to the poll around 64 percent of respondents considered the case to be a “serious breach of national security,” while 36 percent called it a minor breach.
Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris poll said that most voters thought that the classified documents were a serious issue that required more investigations. However, the White House does not appear to understand that in their handling of the issue.
According to a CBS News Report, the first batch of classified documents from the Obama administration was found on Nov. 2 at a private office used by President Biden in Washington, D.C. However, the revelation of the discovery was not made public until January. This is part of the reason why the Biden administration has come under fire in recent weeks for their handling of the situation. What’s more, in the past two weeks it has been confirmed that several additional classified document batches have been found in Biden’s Wilmington, Del., home.
Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Special Counsel Robert Hur to oversee the investigations into Biden’s classified documents.
The poll also showed that 82 percent believed that the FBI should handle investigations into what led to the displacement of the documents while 17 percent thought that was unnecessary. Similarly, 77 percent said that the House of Representatives should lead an investigation into the case, while 23 percent said they should not.
Meanwhile, 77 percent of respondents said the House of Representatives should investigate, while 23 percent said it should not.
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