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Sent: Friday, November 27, 2020, 1:18:34 PM PSTSubject: Poll finds 17% of Biden voters would have reconsidered if media hadn’t suppressed damaging stories

Poll finds 17% of Biden voters would have reconsidered if media hadn’t suppressed damaging stories

Rich Noyes

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Rich Noyes is currently Research Director at the Media Research Center where he manages the MRC’s longterm studies showing liberal media bias. An expert with more than 30 years of experience studying the news media’s impact on U.S. politics, Noyes has appeared on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC and many radio talk shows, and has authored articles which have appeared in the Journal of Political Science, New York Post, Investor’s Business Daily, Roll Call and Human Events.

Joe Biden may have “stolen” the 2020 election without manipulating a single ballot.

new report from the Media Research Center found that media suppression of damaging stories about Biden — and positive ones about President Donald Trump — may have given Biden a significant lift, with 17% of Biden voters saying in a recent poll that they would not have supported the Democrat if they’d known all the details.

Swing state votes

According to Newsbusters, the study surveyed 1,750 Biden voters in the swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — all of which Biden won except North Carolina — and tested their knowledge of eight critical stories: three negative about Biden, five positive about Trump.

Only 5% of respondents knew about all of the stories, while 82% were ignorant of at least one of them. Overall, 17% of Biden voters said they would have voted differently if they knew more about one or more of the stories, in which case Trump would have won all seven swing states and 311 electoral votes.

The Biden stories mentioned included sexual assault allegations against the former vice president from Tara Reade, the scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s foreign business deals, and Kamala Harris’ ranking, according to GovTrack, as the most liberal senator in America.

The media also suppressed news that the economy was growing at 33.1% under Trump, that 11 million jobs had been created between June and October, that Trump achieved peace deals in the Middle East, that Trump had made America into a net oil exporter, and that Trump was supporting vaccine research with Operation Warp Speed, which successfully produced a vaccine in record time.

Pick any one of these stories, and if they were covered fairly, Trump would have won re-election within a range of 295 to 311 electoral votes, the study found.

In Pennsylvania, 15% of Joe Biden voters would have changed their votes, according to Newsbusters; in Michigan, 14%; in Georgia, 15%; in Arizona, 21%; in Wisconsin, 13%; and in Nevada, 18% would have “defected.” In all cases, Trump would have won the state handily.

Media rigs election?

Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings became an issue after the New York Post publicized the contents of a laptop belonging to Hunter before the election, but the media ignored the story, dismissing it as “Russian disinformation,” while Big Tech companies moved to censor it.

Meanwhile, the media labeled Harris early on as a “pragmatic moderate” while refusing to ask Joe Biden challenging questions about much of anything. As Fox News host Tucker Carlson laid out in a recent monologue, the election was effectively “rigged.”

“The media openly colluded with the Democratic nominees. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris refused to explain what they would do if they were elected. That’s never happened before in any presidential election in American history, but the media allowed them to do it,” Carlson said.

Never mind voter fraud: How is it possible to have a free and fair election with a media so biased?