Seventy-nine percent of Americans believe that former President Donald Trump would have won the 2020 election if Hunter Biden’s laptop had been known to voters, according to Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics polling.
Seventy-four percent of Americans believe they were misled by the FBI, who claimed Hunter Biden’s laptop was “disinformation.”
As we reported earlier today, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg told podcast host Joe Rogen that the FBI approached Facebook about “Russian propaganda” shortly before the NY Post broke the explosive Hunter Biden laptop story.
“Basically, the background here is the FBI, I think, basically came to us- some folks on our team and was like, ‘Hey, just so you know, like, you should be on high alert. We thought that there was a lot of Russian propaganda in the 2016 election,” Zuckerberg told Rogan.
“We have it on notice that, basically, there’s about to be some kind of dump of that’s similar to that. So just be vigilant,” the META CEO added.
According to polling, Zuckerberg’s reduced story distribution impacted the 2020 election.
When Americans were asked if they “agreed or disagreed the electorate did not have access to information that could have been critical to their decision at the polls,” 78 percent agreed. Twelve percent disagreed.
A slew of media personalities claimed Hunter’s laptop emails were likely Russian disinformation.
Meanwhile, many media outlets used Politico’s now-debunked article that detailed 51 intel officials’ belief the laptop was Russian propaganda.
However, the intel letter Politico reported suggested the opposite.
According to the poll, 79 percent said a “truthful” interpretation of the laptop would have changed the election outcome.
Fifty-one percent said the establishment media’s coverage of the laptop was covered poorly to failingly. Thirty percent said the coverage was good to excellent.
Whistleblowers revealed to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) that the FBI stopped agents from investigating Hunter Biden’s laptop until after the 2020 election was decided.
“Allegations provided to my office appear to indicate that there was a scheme in place among certain FBI officials to undermine derogatory information connected to Hunter Biden by falsely suggesting it was disinformation,” wrote Sen. Grassley in a separate letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray.