Liberal Media Pushes Obvious Hoax With Trump’s ‘Bloodbath’ Comment

Former President Donald Trump warned an Ohio rally on Saturday that the auto industry would suffer a “bloodbath” if President Joe Biden is reelected. His meaning was crystal clear to everyone in attendance and every honest observer.

But no one ever accused the left-wing media of being honest.

Instead, mainstream sources screamed about violent rhetoric coming from the 45th president. The official Biden campaign web page indicated that his rival made threats by calling for violence if his run for the White House is unsuccessful.

But Trump did nothing of the sort. He told the Ohio rally that Beijing is constructing massive auto plants in Mexico with the intention of flooding the U.S. market with cheap vehicles.

Trump pledged to stop these facilities from undermining the U.S. industry by imposing 100% tariffs “on every single car that comes across the line, and you’re not going to be able to sell those guys if I get elected.”

Obviously referring to the auto industry, Trump continued. “Now, if I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath for the whole — That’s going to be the least of it. It’s gonna be a bloodbath for the country.”

An egregious example of the ridiculous level of media bias came from Politico. The outlet claimed that it was “unclear what the former president meant exactly.”

And the silliness did not stop there.

CBS News ran the headline, “In Ohio campaign rally, Trump says there will be a ‘bloodbath’ if he loses November election.” NBC News published, “Trump says there will be a ‘bloodbath’ if he loses the election.”

NPR ran with, “Trump says some migrants are ‘not people’ and warns of ‘bloodbath’ if he loses.” And Rolling Stone, always a trusted news source, went even further.

It headlined, “Trump Says There Will Be a ‘Bloodbath’ and Elections Will End if He Isn’t Reelected.”

Trump campaign spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt attempted to explain to NBC News what was obvious to everyone. “Biden’s policies will create an economic bloodbath for the auto industry and auto workers.”

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk was quick to note on X, formerly Twitter, the deception of NBC and others. “This headline is deceptive, as he was referring to the auto industry. Shame on NBC.”