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Is CNN Faking Biden Poll Lead?

No credible news organization would willfully mislead voters during a presidential primary — and then there’s CNN. Recent polling data shows Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren gaining-on or passing Obama-era Vice President Joe Biden in independent Democratic primary polls. But the media outlet known for fake news is pushing propaganda that the EXACT OPPOSITE is true.

So who’s telling the truth?

A recent Quinnipiac University poll, considered one of the more impartial resources, demonstrated that Democrat voters preferred Sen. Warren by a widening margin over Creepy Joe Biden and the other candidates. Sen. Warren has been steadily surging in the polls, and Quinnipiac data supported her garnering 28 percent of primary voters. Biden, who once commanded double-digit leads, slipped back to only 21 percent.

As revelations about Biden family corruption that include his son, Hunter, pulling down millions from Ukraine and China surfaced, the Obama-era number two stumbled from a 30- to 27-point disadvantage to a 8 full points behind Warren.

“Former Vice President Joe Biden slips, Senator Elizabeth Warren steadies, Senator Bernie Sanders gets his groove back, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg breaks back into double digits,” Quinnipiac University polling analyst Mary Snow reportedly wrote in a statement.

“Despite coming under attack at the debate, Senator Elizabeth Warren was viewed as doing the best job, followed by South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, which may have helped his standing in the primary. Last week’s debate didn’t help Vice President Joe Biden.”

CNN has a long history of trying to not only pick winners and losers but take unethical steps to ensure its preferred candidate wins. During the run-up to the 2016 elections, CNN personnel secretly gave debate questions to Hillary’s campaign so that she could gain an unfair advantage in one debate event.

The fake news outlet went on the record early in the Democrat primary process ensuring left-wing voters that Biden could beat President Donald Trump in a head-to-head race. Despite facts surfacing about his inappropriate groping of women, unwelcome hair sniffing fetish, abuses of power, and money-grabs while in office, CNN recently floated an outlandish poll.

A CNN-insider poll published in response to Warren taking the number one spot attempts to claim that Biden is actually widening his lead. Throwing even the appearance of credibility to the wind, CNN claimed that Biden enjoyed a 15-point lead over Sen. Warren.

“Former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in the race for the Democratic nomination for president has rebounded, and now stands at its widest margin since April, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. Biden has the support of 34% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning registered voters, his best showing in CNN polling since just after his campaign’s formal launch on April 25,” CNN reported.

It seems counterintuitive that Democrat voters would react to Biden’s scandals by increasing support. CNN is now contending that the former Obama flunky is the only candidate gaining ground in the crowded field.

But polls conducted by outlets such as The Hill show a 1-percent margin, while Emerson posted only a 2-percent difference. Even surveys that show Biden’s lead only show diminishing gaps. None report the widening, double-digit gap CNN is claiming.

Individual state polls also show that Warren has surpassed Biden in battleground New Hampshire, enjoying a 6-point lead. In Iowa, the Massachusetts senator recently pulled even with the ex-vice president. And when Democrats were polled on which candidate could handle going toe-to-toe with President Trump, 65 percent said Warren, 60 percent Sanders, and only 50 percent said Biden could hold his ground, according to a YouGov poll.

Is CNN once again trying to push fake news in hopes of swaying the Democratic primary? You betcha.


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