A recent survey revealed that a number of voters were not aware of major news stories regarding the presidential candidates prior to the election.
The major stories included the financial dealings of Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, with foreign countries and individuals, including China, Russia, and Ukraine, the creation of over 11 million new jobs between May and September 2020 under President Donald Trump, and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) having the most liberal voting record in the U.S. Senate, even further left of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
Other stories include the United States achieving energy independence under Trump, and the sexual assault accusation by Tara Reade against Joe Biden from the 1990s.
President of the Media Research Center, Brent Bozell, said the purpose of the survey was to determine if bias among the media affected the election.
For example, almost half of the respondents said they had not heard or read anything in the national media about the Hunter Biden scandal prior to Nov. 3.
And around one sixth of people surveyed said they would not have voted for Biden if they had.
The survey suggests that media censorship of these major stories could have altered the election outcome in swing states.
Bozell said, “The national news media stole this election as far as I’m concerned, they deliberately stole it from President Trump.”