78%: Trump Would Have Won 2020 Election If Voters Were Told The Truth About Hunter Biden Laptop

Now, we know why they covered it up.

A new poll from Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics found that 78% say Donald Trump would have won the 2020 election if voters were told the truth about the Hunter Biden laptop.


A new poll has revealed 78% of Americans say former President Donald Trump would have won the 2020 presidential election if voters had been given the truth about Hunter Biden’s laptop, instead of being told it was merely “Russian disinformation.”

“Terming the laptop ‘disinformation’ by the FBI, Intelligence Community, Congress, and the Biden campaign, along with Big Tech, impacted voters,” TIPP President Raghavan Mayur said. “A significant majority — 78% — believe that access to the correct information could have been critical to their decision at the polls.”

Throughout the 2020 election cycle, big tech and the media helped downplay and cover up the bombshell revelations found on the laptop.

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Trump responded to it in a Truth Social post.

Truth Social:

8 of 10 voters in major poll say that the “Laptop from Hell” coverup played a major roll in the 2020 Presidential Election result. The FBI had the Laptop, but refused to divulge information because that would be bad for Biden. Even worse, sold the story to media as Russian “Disinformation,” knowing that was FAKE NEWS. But don’t feel bad, far worse things took place during that Rigged and Stolen Election, and our Country is paying a very BIG price!


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