Generally, when new information has come to light it is perfectly fine to change your mind about things.
I have gotten up in the middle of eating dinner and left a place because it was terrible. The problem is that you cannot exactly do that in a presidential election.
There is such a thing as buyer’s remorse. We’ve all purchased something only to have it not be the thing that we were hoping for.
As many as 17 percent of those who voted for Democrat Joe Biden might have chosen differently at the polls, had they been given fair media coverage of the candidates in the weeks leading up to the election, according to a report.
Their censorship of Biden’s scandalous campaign outraged conservatives and proponents for media transparency.
But millions of people were unaware of Biden’s scandals and extreme positions, meaning the censorship campaign to hide information about Biden was a success.
The media watchdog noted the obvious anti-Trump bias in media, while also evaluating the effects of its blackout on presumptive president-elect Joe Biden’s scandals and radical policy positions.
Newsbusters noted that the media’s decision to openly run interference for Biden “meant millions of voters cast their ballots knowing only what the media permitted them to know about the candidates.”
A post-election poll has revealed that once made aware of Biden’s scandalous candidacy, many of the Democrat’s voters might have a bit of buyer’s remorse.
“To measure the true effect of the media’s censorship on the election, the Media Research Center asked The Polling Company to survey 1,750 Biden voters in seven swing states (Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin), six of which (all but North Carolina) were called for Biden,” Newsbusters reported.
“We tested these voters’ knowledge of eight news stories — all important topics that our ongoing analysis had shown the liberal news media had failed to cover properly. We found that a huge majority (82%) of Biden voters were unaware of at least one of these key items, with five percent saying they were unaware of all eight of the issues we tested,” the watchdog group added.