Bozell Letter Slams Network News for ‘Election Interference,’ Zero Coverage of 9 Biden Scandals

September 17th, 2023 6:32 PM

“If you expect your network to be taken seriously as a news operation instead of a mouthpiece for the Democratic Party, it is high time your network starts covering Joe Biden’s scandals,” Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell told the heads of NBC, ABC and CBS news in a letter Thursday.

In his letter, Bozell informs each of the three presidents that MRC research has documented that their network has not devoted even a single second of coverage to nine different serious scandals involving Pres. Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. Bozell notes that the networks would have declared every single one of the scandals to be “breaking news” – if they had involved Republicans.

“What your network really needs to do is stop interfering in the 2024 elections by deliberately refusing to cover President Biden’s scandals,” Bozell wrote, reminding the network heads of how their refusal in 2020 to cover the Hunter Biden laptop story, and evidence linking Joe Biden to corrupt financial dealings with China through his son Hunter, kept vital information from American voters prior to the presidential election:

“A poll from the Media Research Center following the 2020 presidential election showed that 45 percent of Biden voters in seven swing states were not aware of the Hunter Biden laptop story and evidence linking Joe Biden to corrupt financial dealings with China through his son Hunter, due in part to the refusal of your network to cover substantial evidence before the election.

“The impact: 9.4 percent of these voters said that had they been aware of the Hunter Biden laptop story, they would not have voted for Joe Biden. This would have changed the results of the election. Trump would have won - by a landslide.”

“Your lack of coverage is tantamount to election interference,” Bozell concluded.

Read letter to NBC News President Ms. Rebecca Blumenstein.

Read letter to ABC News President Ms. Kimberly Godwin.

Read letter to CBS News President and CEO Ms. Wendy McMahon.