Media, Biden Campaign Slammed For Pushing Trump ‘Bloodbath’ Hoax

The Biden campaign and their allies in the mainstream media have been caught pushing yet another hoax about former president and presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump — this time putting forth a lie so egregious that many have argued it amounts to clear defamation, as they have taken a clip out of context to make it appear that Trump was calling for violence.

The mainstream media, President Joe Biden and his allies are known for purposely taking Trump’s comments out of context to push a political agenda — Biden even launched his 2020 presidential campaign based on the “very fine people” hoax, claiming that Trump had called neo-Nazis “very fine people” despite additional context where the then-president said those types of people “should be condemned totally.”

Now, they’re telling an even more egregious and shocking lie — taking a clip of Trump’s comments predicting a “bloodbath” for the auto industry purposely out of context.

These clips began circulating among leftists on social media on Saturday, taking an out-of-context snippet from Trump’s speech that day in Ohio about the effects that China will have on the U.S. auto industry if he does not get reelected to fix the issue.

In the full clip, he explained: “China now is building a couple of massive plants where they’re going to build the cars in Mexico and think, they think, that they’re going to sell those cars into the United States with no tax at the border.”

“Let me tell you something to China, if you’re listening President Xi, and you and I are friends, but he understands the way I deal,” Trump continued. “Those big monster car manufacturing plants that you’re building in Mexico right now and you think you’re going to get that, you’re going to not hire Americans and you’re going to sell the cars to us?”

“No. We’re going to put a 100% tariff on every single car that comes across the line, and you’re not going be able to sell those cars,” he added. “If I get elected. Now, if I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath for the country. That will be the least of it.”
Trump then continued discussing cars and factories.

However, the mainstream media, the Biden campaign and other Democrats immediately pounced on Trump’s comments, only sharing the part of his speech where he stated: “Now, if I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath for the country. That will be the least of it.”

It is clear what Trump meant, and there is even further proof from Merriam-Webster’s dictionary definition of the word “bloodbath,” which can mean “a major economic disaster.”
The lies were so bad that even X owner Elon Musk stepped in to share Trump’s comments “with full context.”

There were numerous headlines being circulated about the comments, all of which only cited the “bloodbath” reference, including radical leftist outlet Rolling Stone’s “Trump Says There Will Be a ‘Bloodbath’ and Elections Will End if He Isn’t Reelected.”

The Biden campaign shared the out-of-context video in one post, then went on to release a statement attacking Trump over the lie that he was promoting violence while refusing to even acknowledge the context about the auto industry.

Meanwhile, people on social media who knew the truth were quick to call out the lies being spread, even those who are vehemently anti-Trump.

Far-left activist Matt Stoller responded to the Biden campaign team, writing, “This statement is a straight up lie. Trump was talking about what would happen to the domestic auto industry without tariffs on Chinese cars made in Mexico.”

“Donald Trump said that a bloodbath would happen to the American auto industry if Biden kept on promoting Chinese made EVs. He of course is 100 percent correct. All other reporting about his ‘bloodbath’ comment is complete propaganda. The media should be ashamed,” wrote Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH).