Objective achieved: Suppress the story, change the election

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

Joe and Hunter BidenMedia Research Center contends evidence from a recent poll shows the 2020 presidential election indeed was fixed – by the mainstream media and "Big Tech."

In a nationwide survey conducted November 2-3, voters (some of whom voted early) were asked two questions:

  1. At the time you cast your vote for President, were you aware that evidence exists in emails, texts, eyewitness testimony and banking transactions that the FBI has been investigating since last year directly linking Joe Biden to a corrupt financial arrangement between a Chinese company with connections to the Chinese communist party and Hunter Biden’s business, which may have personally benefitted Joe Biden financially?

  2. If you had been aware of this actual evidence in emails, texts, testimony and banking transactions being investigated by the FBI, would you have voted for Biden, a third-party candidate, no presidential candidate, no one, or switched your vote to Donald Trump?

Media Research Center and McLaughlin & Associates conducted the poll, which revealed that 36% of Biden voters (Question #1) had no clue the former vice president was linked to corrupt financial dealings with his son, Hunter, and the People's Republic of China. If they had – again, according to that poll – 13% of those Biden voters (Question #2) in five closely contested states would not have voted for the man.

According to MRC's math, that comprises 4.6% of Biden's vote total – which, if given to Trump, would put him back in the White House with 289 electoral votes.

Gainor

MRC's Dan Gainor says the far-left's master plan worked. "What this proves is what we've been saying for some time: that media and Big Tech fixed the presidential election – indisputably. They hid the Biden story," he tells OneNewsNow.

In the past, the role of the press was to make sure important stories weren't suppressed – e.g., the Pentagon Papers, Watergate, Iran-Contra. But not now, says Gainor.

"The news organizations were supporting the suppression of speech, the suppression of news; and then Big Tech, that's what they did: They suppressed news and information," the MRC spokesman argues.

Gainor continues, pointing out that while Biden's "victory" isn't yet official, "Big Media will tell you, Oh yes, it is; and Big Tech will say Well, absolutely it is.

"We've given Big Media the right to declare it," he laments – adding there's still hope for Trump supporters in the form of senators and congressmen who are ready to fight the fight.

"But ultimately this might have to go to court," he acknowledges. "And maybe that's one of the few refuges where we can actually get something done and that hasn't been spoiled yet."

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