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Robocall Manipulates Joe Biden’s Voice, Tells Recipients Not to Vote in GOP Primary

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A robocall, allegedly featuring President Joe Biden’s voice, urged recipients not to vote in the upcoming presidential primary, prompting a New Hampshire Democrat to prepare a complaint to the state attorney general.

The call suggested that voting in the primary would benefit Republicans and Donald Trump, while encouraging voters to save their vote for November.

The robocall reportedly says, “Voting this Tuesday only enables the Republicans in their quest to elect Donald Trump again. Your vote makes a difference in November, not this Tuesday.”

The call directed listeners to contact Kathy Sullivan, leader of a super PAC advocating for writing in Biden’s name in the primary.

Sullivan said, “It’s obviously somebody who wants to hurt Joe Biden.”

Although the responsible party is unknown, it is seen as an attempt to harm Biden.

Concerns arise about the manipulation of Biden’s voice and image through developing technology.

Biden said, “I’ve watched one of me. I said, ‘When the hell did I say that?’”

Meanwhile, political figures have expressed their views on the presidential race and endorsements.

Gov. Doug Burgum said, “This race for the nomination for the Republican Party should be over after New Hampshire.”

“The sooner we can get everybody consolidated … the sooner we can start turning the corner, because this country can’t take another four years [of] Joe Biden,” he continued.

Trump said, “I look forward to working together with him to beat Joe Biden, who is the worst and most corrupt president in the history of our country,” about DeSantis’ endorsement.

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