Moderator George Stephanopoulos and voters went 90 minutes during a town hall without asking or mentioning the Hunter Biden expose to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Gee, are you shocked? Yeah, neither am I.

The New York Post has made headlines across the country after it received a hard drive from a laptop that allegedly belonged to Hunter.

Two stories have come out so far:

Facebook and Twitter popularized the story because the platforms refused to allow people to post the story.

Everyone knows the story. Everyone knows what is going on.

Everyone knows if the subject was one of President Donald Trump’s children Stephanopoulos would have brought it up to Trump.

Which is exactly what he should do. Which is exactly what he should have done with Biden.

They do not even hide their bias anymore because they know they can get away with it. Or so they think. I mean, how do you think we got Trump? And yet they still haven’t accepted reality.

We also know it isn’t a conspiracy theory because Trump held a town hall on NBC. It turned into a debate between Trump and Savannah Guthrie.

CNN’s article, Stark contrast between Trump and Biden on display in dueling town halls, made me think the network finally admitted different treatment for each candidate.

NOPE. It was a Trump smackdown. Again, not shocked (emphasis mine):

Trump alternately played victim and aggressor as they parried back and forth at rapid-fire speed. “You always do this,” he said, looking angry during a tense exchange when Guthrie questioned his equivocations about White supremacy. “You’ve done this to me and everybody. … Are you listening? I denounce White supremacy. What’s your next question?” he snapped.

When Guthrie persisted on that subject, Trump complained, “Here we go again.” Guthrie noted that Trump has sometimes sounded “hesitant” about condemning White supremacists. He immediately pivoted to his denunciation of Antifa and “these people on the left that are burning down our cities that are run by Democrats” and demanded why the press doesn’t ask more questions about their activities.

Voters flipping over to Biden’s town hall might have felt like they’d entered a different universe. The former vice president spoke in measured tones during that more policy-heavy event. Unlike the first debate where Trump tried to rattle Biden by interrupting nearly every one of his answers, Biden would listen to the question from ABC’s George Stephanopoulos or a voter and then answer at length, sometimes with long, winding responses.

Gag me with a freaking spoon.

Trump has every right and reason to complain about the media.

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