Biden Campaign Spread Hoax On Trump

Daily Report April 05,2024

President Joe Biden and his campaign were caught spreading disinformation about former President Donald Trump.

Joe Biden’s campaign deceptively edited a clip of the former president to make it seem like he was calling all immigrants “animals.”

Trump, while speaking at a campaign event, labeled the illegal immigrant who murdered 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley in Georgia.

“The 22-year-old nursing student in Georgia who was barbarically murdered by an illegal alien animal — the Democrats say please don’t call them animals, they’re humans. I said no, they’re not humans, they’re animals,” Trump said. “Nancy Pelosi told me that, she said please don’t use the word animals when you’re talking about these people. I said I’ll use the word animal because that’s what they are.”

Biden’s campaign seized on the former president’s comment and deceptively edited the clip, making it look like Trump had been calling all immigrants animals.

“Trump: Democrats said please don’t call immigrants animals. I said, no, they’re not humans, they’re animals,” Biden’s campaign wrote in an X post.

CNN, Reuters and other liberal mainstream media outlets joined the hoax. CNN’s host, Wolf Blitzer, was left with a red face after a guest called him out for lying about the former president’s comments.

During a segment of “CNN Newsroom with Wolf Blitzer, Blitzer echoed Biden’s false claim that Trump said immigrants are animals. Republican strategist Scott Jennings —who was appearing at the show— corrected Blitzer on air and called him out for his deception.

“I listened to the entire tape,” Jennings told Blitzer. “He was specifically talking about the person who murdered Laken Riley in Georgia, and to be honest with you, Wolf, if somebody murders another human being, I think they deserve to be called animals, and I don‘t think any American is really going to reject that kind of rhetoric. That poor girl was murdered in cold blood.”

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