Special Counsel Report On Biden Released To The Public?

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(FixThisNation.com) – A new Harvard CAPS-Harris poll which was shared with The Hill has found that over three-fourths of voters wanted to have special counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Joe Biden released. 

According to the respondents they wanted the report to be released so that voters would have the chance to decide on the case and make their own conclusions. However, the remaining 24 percent argued that the report needed to remain private. 

When looking at partisan lines out of the 76 percent that wanted the report to be released, 91 percent of Republicans, 64 percent of Democrats, and 73 percent of independent or “other voters” wanted to have the report released. 

The poll also found that 69 percent of respondents believed the conclusions reached by Hur were raising important concerns regarding the age of President Joe Biden which needed to be publicly debated. However, 31 percent of respondents felt the opposite way. 

The White House is currently looking into whether or not the report in question should be released to the public. Hur’s investigation related to the classified documents that had been found in Biden’s possession dating back to his time as Vice President. 

In the report Hurr declined to bring forward any charges against Biden, however, he offered some damning details against Biden and claimed that in case of a trial, Biden was going to present himself to the jury as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory” much like he had done during their interview.

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