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(LifeSiteNews) — According to a Rasmussen poll, the majority of Americans believe the Hunter Biden laptop story was important, and half of Americans believe the suppressed story could have changed election results.

The research outfit wrote: “Nearly two-thirds of voters say the story of Hunter Biden’s lost laptop is important and believe President Joe Biden was probably involved in his son’s foreign business deals.”

In addition, Rasmussen wrote that 48 percent of respondents to the poll think that if the story had not been suppressed by mainstream media outlets and social media companies, it might have changed the outcome of the 2020 election.

The story was initially suppressed in October 2020, but recently, even The New York Times admitted that the story was true and worth reporting.

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted it was a “total mistake” to suppress the New York Post’s Twitter account last year.

The infamous laptop — the contents of which are being revealed by LifeSiteNews contributor Jack Maxey — contains a wealth of emails, photos and other correspondence that pertain to his family and business associates.

The documented files from the computer showed how President Joe Biden’s son used the family name to leverage overseas business transactions.

Today, the New York Post reported that Hunter Biden helped secure funds for a U.S. biolab in Ukraine, which further thickens the Biden family plot.


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