The majority of American voters now believe that President Joe Biden has committed impeachable offenses, but many don't want Congress to impeach him.
According to Rassmussen, 52% of voters believe Biden “has committed high crimes and misdemeanors that would justify Congress impeaching him,” and 37% of those think is it "very likely."
Even so, only 38% think Congress should start impeachment proceedings against Biden, while 47% do not think so. In May, 42% thought Congress should impeach Biden.
As revelations have come out that Biden lied about his involvement in Hunter Biden's business dealings, the mainstream press has rushed to say that they don't represent proof of any wrongdoing on the president's part.
Some voters may be buying these stories, while others are reading conservative outlets that offer compelling evidence that Biden and his family took payouts to the tune of millions of dollars in exchange for access and potential policy decisions.
The voters know that something is rotten in the Biden White House, but their impeachment fatigue brought on by Democrats' actions against Trump is leading them to feel a sense of reluctance when it comes to wanting to do anything about it.
It's important to share the news to spread the truth. Most people won't.