ABC Bashes Trump, Plays State-Run Media for Biden on Womens Health Executive Order

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ABC’s Good Morning America went head-first on Monday into promoting the “bloodbath” hoax against former President Trump, melting down over their claims that he said America will be a “bloodbath” if he loses (when he was referring to what a flood of Chinese-affiliated electric vehicles would do to U.S.-based workers). 

But at the same time they were bashing Trump’s “dark”, “incendiary”, and “menacing” speech, they were eagerly fluffing Team Biden’s pillows with the regime’s propaganda of the day on women’s health.

Less than ten minutes after the show lambasted Trump, co-host Robin Roberts proclaimed at the start of the 66-second report: “Now to President Biden set to issue a wide range executive order to promote research on women’s health.”

The chyron was even dumber, as if the ever-inept Karine Jean-Pierre or way too online Andrew Bates wrote it for the Disney network: “Breaking News; New Push for Women’s Health; President Biden Issuing Executive Order on Women’s Health Research”.

Senior White House correspondent Selina Wang did her best channeling colleague and chief Biden apple polisher Mary Bruce, bragging of what the White House has deemed “the most comprehensive action by a president to advance women’s health research.”

There wasn’t a scintilla of pushback. Instead, it was all fluff.

Wang continued:

Now, this officials say, the goal here is to make sure that women get the answers they need about their health since, for too long, medical research has focused on men and left women out. Now, the President — he is directing federal agencies to collect more data on women’s health, and this also adds $200 million in new funding for new research. This inquires around menopause and conditions like osteoporosis that are more likely to occur after menopause.

She closed by going from unofficial White House press official to unofficial Biden/Harris 2024 press official as she gushed about Biden “trying to position himself as a champion of women’s health and blaming Donald Trump for taking away women’s reproductive rights.”

“But President Biden — he’s also urging Congress to step into close at medical research gap. He’s urging Congress to approve $12 billion in new funding for women’s health research,” she concluded.

Co-host Michael Strahan stated his approval before moving on: “That’s good news for women there.”

As we’ve written about in the past, Good Morning America in particular has had a penchant for going even beyond the bias on its competition (CBS Mornings and NBC’s Today) to outright propaganda with these puffball pieces peddling whatever the White House’s daily messaging.

To see the relevant transcript from March 18, click “expand.”

ABC’s Good Morning America
March 18, 2024
7:12 a.m. Eastern

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Breaking News; New Push for Women’s Health; President Biden Issuing Executive Order on Women’s Health Research]

ROBIN ROBERTS: Now to President Biden set to issue a wide range executive order to promote research on women’s health. Our senior White House correspondent Selina Wang has those details for us. Good morning, Selina.

SELINA WANG: Hey, good morning, Robin. The White House is calling this the most comprehensive action by a president to advance women’s health research. Now, this officials say, the goal here is to make sure that women get the answers they need about their health since, for too long, medical research has focused on men and left women out. Now, the President — he is directing federal agencies to collect more data on women’s health, and this also adds $200 million in new funding for new research. This inquires around menopause and conditions like osteoporosis that are more likely to occur after menopause. All of this, Robin, coming amid an election year — as the election heats up and the President — he’s trying to position himself as a champion of women’s health and blaming Donald Trump for taking away women’s reproductive rights. But President Biden — he’s also urging Congress to step into close at medical research gap. He’s urging Congress to approve $12 billion in new funding for women’s health research, Michael.

MICHAEL STRAHAN: That’s good news for women there. Selina, thank you so much.

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