REGIME MEDIA: ABC World News Tonight Advances The Bloodbath Hoax

Despite clear, documented context to the contrary, ABC continues to push the discredited piece of Biden campaign propaganda known as the Bloodbath Hoax, and ties it to the Capitol Riot. Additionally, ABC promoted a 2024 version of an immigration narrative that was trotted out both in 2015 and 2019.

Watch as ABC’s Chief Biden Apple Polisher Mary Bruce broadcasts campaign disinformation from behind the anchor desk, framing correspondent Maryalice Parks’ video package:

MARY BRUCE: We begin tonight with the race for The White House and former President Trump’s campaign now on the defensive, after his fiery rhetoric at a rally in Dayton, Ohio, on Saturday night. Trump warning, while discussing the economy, that there would be a quote, “bloodbath” if he is not re-elected in November. This after the former president kicked off the event by paying tribute to those who attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. President Biden’s campaign swiftly denouncing those comments as threats of political violence. But even Republicans like former Vice President Mike Pence, who says he will not endorse Trump, are defending his “bloodbath” comment, saying he was referring to imports hurting the automobile industry.

As I said during my recap of the Sunday shows, to accept the idea that people who are the elite in the industry of communicating with words are suddenly unable to comprehend plain English requires multiple significant suspensions of disbelief. That’s not to say that some of these elites are not intellectually deficient. But not to this extent. Which leaves willful deception as the only likely reason why reporters, correspondents and anchors would, in near unanimity continue to promote Trump’s assessment of damage to the American automotive industry under a second Biden term as both a violent threat and a January 6th-adjacent attack against democracy.

The ABC team also did Team Biden a solid by referring to the violent immigrants Trump called “not people” as “certain migrants”- an obvious rehash of TWO immigration hoaxes. First in 2015 when Trump referred to certain illegal immigrants as “criminals and rapists” and in 2019 when Trump referred to MS-13 as “animals”. The hoax being that Trump smeared all immigrants, when he was clearly referring to a specific criminal element. In so doing, ABC attempts to conflate legal, lawful immigrants with the violent criminals that killed Laken Riley, raped a teenager in Virginia, raped and murdered an 11-year-old girl in Texas, and beat New York cops down right in the middle of Times Square, among many other such cases too numerous to list here.

ABC’s furtherance of The Bloodbath Hoax is a most vivid example of the willingness of the corporate media to misinform its public in furtherance of a partisan political agenda- a pursuit to which the truth is secondary.

Click “expand” to view the full transcript of the aforementioned report as aired on ABC World News Tonight on Sunday, March 17th, 2024:

MARY BRUCE: We begin tonight with the race for The White House and former President Trump’s campaign now on the defensive, after his fiery rhetoric at a rally in Dayton, Ohio, on Saturday night. Trump warning, while discussing the economy, that there would be a quote, “bloodbath” if he is not re-elected in November. This after the former president kicked off the event by paying tribute to those who attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. President Biden’s campaign swiftly denouncing those comments as threats of political violence. But even Republicans like former Vice President Mike Pence, who says he will not endorse Trump, are defending his “bloodbath” comment, saying he was referring to imports hurting the automobile industry. ABC’s Maryalice Parks leading us off tonight from Washington.

MARYALICE PARKS: Tonight, Republicans forced to defend former President Donald Trump’s controversial comment while discussing economic tariffs, that there would be a bloodbath if he lost the 2024 election.

DONALD TRUMP: We’re going to put a 100% tariff on every single car that comes across the line, and you’re not gonna be able to sell those guys, if I get elected. Now, if I don’t get elected, it’s gonna be a bloodbath for the whole, that’s going to be the least of it. 

PARKS: Trump’s campaign pushing back saying he was only talking economics. Writing, Joe Biden’s insane EV mandate will slaughter the American auto industry. Even Mike Pence, who says he will not endorse his former boss, coming to Trump’s defense. 

MIKE PENCE: The president was clearly talking about the impact of imports devastating the American automotive industry, so… 

MARGARET BRENNAN: Was that clear to you? Because it was a little muddled. 

PENCE: I think it was.

PARKS: But Trump’s remark did not come in a vacuum. He started the Ohio event Saturday telling the audience to stand and pay tribute to those who attacked the Capitol on January 6th, trying to stop the certification of Biden’s election win. Many of whom have been convicted of serious crimes ranging from assaulting officers to seditious conspiracy.

TRUMP: And they were unbelievable patriots. 

PARKS: Biden’s campaign firing back. 

MICHAEL TYLER: What I heard was a continuation of the same rhetoric, the same endorsement of political violence we’ve seen from Donald Trump for years. 

PARKS: Trump also ramping up his dehumanizing rhetoric toward certain migrants, with the border battle a major election issue. 

TRUMP: If you call them people, I don’t know if you call them people, in some cases, they’re not people in my opinion. But I’m not allowed to say that because the radical left says that’s a terrible thing to say. 

PARKS: Trump doubling down on his comments today.

TRUMP: If you don’t use certain rhetoric, if you don’t use certain words and maybe are not very nice words, nothing will happen. 

PARKS: Now Mary, the Biden campaign also today said that it raised $53 million with the Democratic National Committee in February. That they now have more than $150 million in cash on hand. That’s interesting because it’s a considerable fund-raising advantage compared to Trump and the Republican National Committee. They haven’t released their February numbers but had about $40 million cash on hand in January. Mary. 

BRUCE: And the general election just getting started. Maryalice, thank you.

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