“Undecided Voters” on NBC Aren’t so Undecided After All…

“Undecided Voters” on NBC Aren’t so Undecided After All…

It doesn’t take much time or effort to realize that just about everything mainstream media networks like NBC does is in favor of liberal or Democratic causes. I mean, who has seen the network or the many others out there that are just as biased actually give an informational, objective storyline recently?

I know I haven’t. Not that I will pretend to do anything but avoid them like the plague anyway, but… I digress.

Here we are yet again with another prime example.

This one is brought to us by the Free Beacon, who made the initial catch after comparing footage of two separate events in which voters were supposedly talking about who they would vote for come November.

The first event takes place on MSNBC in late August and features a number of Cuban Americans who have said they will be voting for Joe Biden.

One such man is lawyer Peter Gonzalez, who, when asked to explain his support for Biden, says, “If we get another four years of Trump, good luck. And good luck with the future attracting younger voters.”

MSNBC liked this quote so much, in fact, that they used it on their Twitter account.

Another man was marketing executive Ismail Llano, who also voiced his support of Biden.

And yet, about a month later, on September 30, the same pair of men were used by NBC, a sister channel to MSNBC, in a town hall event where all of the audience was described as “undecided Florida voters.” Both men were even given speaking parts, where they posed questions to Biden, supposedly in the hopes of helping them choose who to vote for.

Here’s what the Free Beacon had to say:

“NBC News featured a pair of ‘undecided’ voters during a network town hall earlier this week who had previously declared their support for Democratic nominee Joe Biden on the network’s sister channel, MSNBC.”

Too bad, they had already decided.

But they weren’t the only ones pulled in for the ruse.

There was a third man, Mateo Gomez, who was in attendance for both events. And guess what, he had said that he would “probably” be voting for Biden.

Not exactly what you would call on the fence or undecided, huh?

Of course, the Free Beacon found out that there were several more in participation with the events who had previously noted that they were Biden fans, although not during the August MSNBC event.

Take Michelle Cruz Marrero, for example.

If we look at her Facebook profile, she is not shy about posting her “Pro-American… Anti-Trump” beliefs, including several photos that show support for Biden, as well as chosen vice president, Senator Kamala Harris.

Well, gee. It’s starting to look like the whole thing was staged… could it be that NBC and MSNBC are so biased that nothing is real anymore? I mean, they love to regurgitate the same old talking points over and over again, so why not simply reuse “interviewees” and participants as well.

No wonder Marc Caputo went off on the subject.

“NBC’s town hall with Joe Biden & ‘undecided’ voters in Miami didn’t seem to have undecided voters. Nor was it much of a Miami town hall, which would have way more yelling & pointed questions. It was a TV show that doubled as a Biden infomercial. Can’t blame him for doing it.”

Even Trump took notice, and therefore, a stab at the shenanigans.

He tweeted, “Undecided Voters at Concast Town Hall Previously Told Network They Were Voting Biden…”

Maybe NBC didn’t think the same people who watch them also watch their sister channel. Then again, perhaps like most of the liberal elites that make up the Democratic Party, they think the rest of America is pretty dumb between the ears.

Or maybe they just don’t care anymore… Since before Trump was even elected, they’ve been spouting off bias, call it Trump Derangement Syndrome, or whatever you want. Maybe they’ve just grown so accustomed to their fictional narratives; they can’t even tell the difference anymore.


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