A whopping 67% of registered voters said they believe Hunter Biden selling access to his father is an impeachable offense for President Biden, according to new polling by Harvard University’s Center for American Political Studies (CAPS) and Harris, a firm run by Democrat Mark Penn. 

“Biden has a big liability with Hunter Biden’s business revelations,” Penn, who worked for former President Bill Clinton, wrote Wednesday in an emailed analysis of the monthly polling. “The laptop is seen as genuine (58%), the majority thinks Biden was part of Hunter’s business interests (58%) and that Hunter sold influence and access to Joe Biden (60%). If these are found to be true, 67% believe they are an impeachable offense for Biden.”

Given those facts, it’s no shock then that the poll found only 37% support Biden running for reelection in 2024. 

Last month, Independent Women’s Network hosted an exclusive book party featuring Miranda Devine, author of “Laptop from Hell,” which details the Biden family’s corruption. (Click here to watch CSPAN’s coverage of the event and learn more about this important issue.)

Free-speech advocates were dismayed when they saw how wrongfully Twitter suppressed the Hunter Biden laptop story just prior to the 2020 election, and some polls show that it could have been determinative for Biden’s win. It’s only now, 18 months later, that the New York Times and other outlets are reporting that the laptop story is real, and we’re learning more about the dozens of visits by Hunter Biden’s associates to the Obama-Biden White House. Free speech advocates rejoiced this week when billionaire Elon Musk acquired Twitter with promises of more even-handed content treatment on the social media giant. Time will tell whether Musk is true to his promise.

Penn also wrote that “57% favor Elon Musk buying Twitter and voters are split on whether the platform acts fairly when shutting down inappropriate speech or whether it works to censor conservative speech.”

Heading into the 2022 elections, this new polling shows that if the GOP wins the House and Senate, Americans would support impeachment, or at the very least, an investigation into possible influence peddling by President Biden.

In a separate nod in favor of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — who just signed into law a related bill — the Harvard polling also found that nearly seven in 10 voters say information about sexuality should not be taught to young children in kindergarten to 3rd grade.