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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