Biden Scandal: Secrets Exposed, Will it Change the Political Game for Republicans?

The discovery of classified documents in President Biden’s home and former office space is a clear indication of a weak Biden presidency that may have trouble securing more money to arm Ukraine in its war with Russia. While major U.S. media outlets work to defend Biden, his standing in the eyes of the U.S. public will likely slip.

As a Republican, it’s clear that the Democrats are trying to play down this scandal, but it’s imperative that we use it to tip the political scales in our favor against the Democrats.

The documents discovered in Biden’s former office and current home reportedly deal with intelligence matters related to Ukraine, Iran, and the United Kingdom. This is a clear indication of Biden’s incompetence in handling foreign policy and national security.

Dmitry Suslov, deputy head of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, is hopeful that the GOP will use this information to stop sending military aid to Ukraine.

It was none other than Biden who oversaw the Ukrainian track in the Obama administration, and this information should be used to the maximum extent to complicate the process of allocating more money for Ukraine.

House Republicans have opposed the broad funding proposals put forward by the Biden administration and congressional Democrats. However, many have said they would continue to support Ukraine funding, although that funding might be in small chunks that are focused only on Ukraine’s direct military needs.

The scandal is likely to weigh heavily on a president who is not popular among Americans. Society is very unhappy with such a president, and the loss of economic, social, and domestic well-being is another factor on the debit side of his balance sheet.

Russia’s state-owned news agency TASS is trying to dishearten Ukraine and create new worries that the U.S. will be a less enthusiastic contributor to its defense effort.

47% of Americans are wary of continued high levels of spending for Ukraine, and Russia is trying to take advantage of that split by running the English-only news story. They’re trying to sow more division and discourage the U.S. from providing more help.

It’s imperative that Republicans use this information to further our agenda and push back against the Democrats’ efforts to prop up a weak and ineffective President Biden.

The international audience should also be aware of how divisive democracies can be and the consequences of electing a leader who cannot handle national security and foreign policy.