Fox News Says “Undecided” Voter at Biden Town Hall Was Obama Speechwriter
So much for “Vice President and the People.”
Joe Biden’s town hall on ABC, hosted by George Stephanopoulos, was supposed to be a chance for undecided voters to ask questions.
However, Fox News reported that it turns out that two of the featured questioners had strong Democratic connections.
One of the people asking a question included someone who worked as a speechwriter during the Obama administration, Nathan Osburn.
In addition, another citizen that asked a question, Mieke Haeck, is the wife of Ezra Nanes, a well-known Democrat in Pennsylvania that ran for Senate in 2018.
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One of the voters portrayed by NBC News as "undecided" at last week's Biden town hall told @FreeBeacon he was clear with an NBC producer ahead of time he was supporting Biden.— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) October 15, 2020
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