Almost 7 in 10 Americans want an investigation into the origin of the Russian collusion investigation, according to a random poll conducted for CNN by SSRS. That would seem to be a sign that some key Obama officials and media puppets ought to be slithering off into their hidey-holes right about now.
At the end of a lengthy article on the poll in which several questions were asked, CNN polling director Jennifer Agiesta included this brief statement: “In one point of partisan agreement over Mueller’s work, 69% think Congress ought to investigate the origins of the Justice Department’s inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election, including 76% of Democrats, 69% of independents and 62% of Republicans.”
Clearly, the origins of the inquiry would mean the Obama administration’s Department of Justice.
The poll of 1007 adults was taken from April 25-28.
CNN’s published report on their poll focused strongly on President Trump’s measured approval rating … according to this poll it was at 43%–which they admitted was the highest approval rating for this poll since the 100-day mark of Trump’s term in office. In January, approval was at 37 percent. The most recent number shows 46 percent of independents and a whopping 86 percent of Republicans approving of the job Trump is doing.
The poll also found that the public is increasingly opposed to the non-stop efforts of Democrats to probe the President, with 44 percent saying Democrats “are doing too much … to investigate Donald Trump.” Five weeks earlier, that number was at 38 percent.
In its report on this poll’s results, Breitbart pointed out:
What’s important to keep in mind about this poll is that it is a random sample of adults (with a sampling error of plus or minus 3.8 percentage points) is a polling method that almost always skews against Republicans, which is why a left-wing outlet like CNN would utilize it.
A more accurate poll screens for “likely” or “registered” voters.
A poll of random adults is really only useful in looking at trends, and this poll shows that the trends are almost all moving in Trump’s direction.
The most significant takeaway is that a very strong majority of Americans want to get down to the bottom of the giant politically partisan attack on an American President. Why and how the costly deception and misdirection? Who are the people responsible? How can we prevent it from happening again?
It is also important to note that, when almost 7 in 10 want to find the hoaxers, it shows Americans are not quite as malleable as some media operations believe. Mainstream outlets have been continually pushing lies and false narratives, aiming to steer the public’s attention away from the corrupt and criminal behaviors in the Obama DOJ. Yet now, even Democrat voters are opening their eyes and coming to the realization that the story is much different than what they have been lead to believe.
Leftist power brokers are not yet giving in, though conservatives are finally beginning to turn the tables. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham and Attorney General Bill Barr have committed to new investigations and ultimate justice for the perpetrators of what the President and others have called a coup attempt.
Americans want and deserve the truth.
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