Two “undecided” voters at an NBC town hall event for Joe Biden were exposed for previously endorsing him, and reportedly told NBC’s sister channel MSNBC in August that they already planned on voting for Biden, according to the Daily Caller.

During the event, moderator Lester Holt told viewers that the Town Hall event was a chance for Biden to answer “questions and make his case” with “dozens of undecided voters.”

“If we get four more years of Trump, good luck. And good luck with the future attracting younger voters,” Gonzalez said on MSNBC.

Ismael Llano also had previously expressed support for Biden in an interview with MSNBC.

“Something that Joe Biden said during his speech that resonated with me was what defines America is a possibility,” Llano told MSNBC in August, according to The Hill.

Ellesia Blaque, a Kutztown University professor, also claimed to be “uncommitted” but reportedly called Trump a “f**king moron” and “pig” in tweets from 2019.

Philadelphia pastor Carl Day, another voter that claimed to be uncommitted, tweeted anti-trump commentary in the past years, calling him a “villain.”

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The Free Beacon also reported that a September town hall hosted by ABC News with President Donald Trump used longtime critics of the president.

In 2019, then-Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren was speaking at a CNN LGBT town hall event when one of the guests, Morgan Cox, asked Warren about marriage, according to the Free Beacon.

While CNN’s Chris Cuomo introduced Cox as “the chair of the Human Rights Campaign board of directors” who was also part of a “real estate investment firm in Dallas, Texas,” Cuomo failed to note that Cox’s full name is Morgan W. Cox III, according to his Twitter profile. Cox is also a partner at the Marquis Group, according to his reported LinkedIn, per the Free Beacon.

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The Marquis Group is based in Plano, Texas, and FEC filings show a Morgan Cox III from Plano who listed the Marquis Group as his employer donated $2,700 to Warren’s Senate primary campaign in 2017, as well as two donations totaling $2,700 to her general election campaign the following year. Cox also donated $2,700 to the Elizabeth Warren Action Fund PAC.