60% Of Voters Think Law Enforcement Covered Up Biden’s Crimes

According to recent polling data, public trust in America’s top law enforcement organization has plummeted over worries that the FBI has become politically biased.

Sixty percent of likely U.S. voters believe the FBI covered up the alleged crimes perpetrated by members of the Biden family, according to a study published by Rasmussen Reports on Wednesday. The poll found that 48% of participants believed a cover-up was “very likely,” while 33% did not.

The survey also found that confidence in the FBI is at an all-time low. From 60% in 2018 to 44% in 2019, voter approval of the agency has decreased. Only 36% of the general populace had a positive impression of the organization.

Former Republican presidential candidate and former member of Congress Michele Bachmann called it a significant problem.

She said we require a system of law and order in which everyone knows the rules and consequences of breaking. That’s destroyed, and that’s intended to tear the society apart. It’s a complicated process to regain that self-assurance. 

In an interview on the John Solomon Reports podcast, Bachman said that the current configurations of the Justice Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) must be overhauled to regain the public’s trust.

A recent revelation claims that suspicions of Joe Biden’s involvement in a $5 million bribery plot in Ukraine were reported to the FBI three years ago. The DOJ has been sitting on its hands regarding its favored candidate.

The FBI Director (Christopher Wray) is on the verge of being held in contempt of Congress for withholding information requested under subpoena. How much more obvious can the politicization of the FBI be?

Trump has been indicted for retaining classified documents and is facing life in prison if he is convicted. 

Joe Biden was in possession of classified documents (which he could not declassify as vice president), and he is lauded in the media as a great guy because he was “so cooperative” after he was caught.