In October 2020, near the end of the presidential election, big tech companies removed political scandals that could have tipped the election. Those included New York Post report that implicated Hunter Biden and his father and then presidential candidate Joe Biden in allegedly corrupt foreign trade deals. The Media Research Center released two damning reports on how Big Tech and Big Media censored massive Bidens-related scandals. A detailed poll indicated that if Big Tech and Big Media hadn’t withheld the news from the public, a substantial percentage of Biden voters would have voted differently and altered the election results.
The “SPECIAL FEATURE: The flight of the presidency, 2020” revealed how Big Tech and Big Media skewed public perceptions on a variety of issues to sabotage former President Donald Trump’s chances in the 2020 presidential election. “SPECIAL REPORT: Big Tech Stole 2020 Election By Militarizing Platforms” explained how Big Tech used social media as a tool to block public awareness.
The New York Post, shortly before the October 15, 2020 election, denounced Hunter Biden for “pursuing lucrative deals involving China’s largest private energy company – including one he said would be” interesting to me and my family. ” action on New York Post bomb. Breitbart observed that “Twitter censored the broadcast of a second New York Post story containing explosive information about 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden – latest article on how Hunter Biden emails reveal he tried to win big on behalf of his family with a Chinese energy company.
Rich Noyes, NewsBusters Editor wrote a special report the one linked to a study voter surveys who asked, “At the time you voted for president, did you know that there is evidence, including bank transactions that the FBI is currently investigating” of Biden’s business links with a “Chinese company”? Noyes then indicated that, “According to our poll, full knowledge of the Hunter Biden scandal would have led 9.4% of Biden voters to abandon the Democratic nominee, toppling the six swing states he won over Trump, giving the president 311 electoral votes. “
NewsBusters reported on the question of the McLaughlin & Associates poll regarding the Biden scandal in China, which indicated that 36% of Biden voters were NOT aware of the evidence linking Joe Biden to corrupt financial transactions with China through his son Hunter. Thirteen percent of those voters (or 4.6 percent of Biden’s total vote) said if they had known these facts, they would not have voted for the former vice president.
Earlier, on October 14, 2020, the new York To post took out a separate bomb report then implicating President Biden’s candidate and his son, Hunter Biden, in allegedly corrupt deals in Ukraine. The Media Research Center revealed a report juxtaposing the toxic combination of the general public’s reliance on big tech platforms for information and how liberal big tech companies rig the flow of information in their favor. The two Facebook and Twitter was preventing users from sharing the report of the Biden scandal in Ukraine. Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali even commented that Twitter “blocked users” to “send the link by direct message to other users” privately.
President of the MRC Brent Bozell burned Big Tech and Big Media for stealing the elections:
“It is an indisputable fact that the media stole the election. The American electorate has been intentionally kept in the dark. At the height of the scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s foreign transactions, the media and big tech companies did everything in their power to cover it up. Twitter and Facebook limited sharing of New York Postliberal media and reports omitted it from their cover Where dismissed it as Russian disinformation. “
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