"Washington Journal" host Pedro Echevarria accepted a call from an "undecided" voter named Jimmy in Maine, who began by saying he liked Joe Biden on "medical" issues, but preferred Trump on "the economy and foreign policy."
In the race towards the upcoming presidential elections, many times social media posts or reports that were harmful to Democrats have been suppressed or censored, leaving a single trail of posts that only criticize Republicans.
Most people over social media might have not seen these posts being flagged. However, it seems Jimmy has seen it happen and decided to vote for Trump since the social media keeps depriving the country's folks of crucial information about the candidate, and most recently, his son.
Jimmy then turned to the issues surrounding Hunter Biden's laptop, which he said was "dividing" his own family. He noted the lack of mainstream media coverage of the pre-debate news conference given by former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski.
"I watched all the stations. I did MSNBC, watch you guys, I watch Fox, I watch everybody, just trying to get a little piece of everything," Jimmy said. "Nobody but Fox was carrying this guy ... that was his [Hunter Biden's] partner.
"And I thought to myself, 'Well, they'll cover it the next day ...' You know what Americans don't like, Pedro? They don't like a rigged deck. This might be the Achilles' Heel of Joe Biden."
When Echevarria confirmed that outlets like Fox News and The Wall Street Journal have "picked up the story" ever since the first reports on the emails that allegedly came from Hunter Biden's laptop, Jimmy pushed back, saying "Yeah, but that's it!"
"I mean, you've got ABC, NBC, CBS, these are the major networks and I've watched them this morning and I'm looking for it and I'm looking for it, and nobody is paying attention to this!" Jimmy exclaimed. "I went in leaning toward Joe Biden, I'm really leaning toward Donald Trump right now."
Jimmy went on to mock Biden's "Joe from Pennsylvania" persona and slammed the former vice president for his unclear remarks and plans about oil fracking.
“At the beginning of the [debate] he says ‘I’m for fracking’ and at the very end of the debate he says ‘I’m going to get rid of fracking and we’re going to get rid of oil.’ You can’t just — He said by 2025 we’re going to be independent of oil? That’s impossible!" he said.