International News Parrots U.S. Mainstream Media Reports Backing Biden on Trump ‘MAGA Republicans’

International parroting of mainstream narrative raises questions.

  • Mainstream media coverage of President Joe Biden’s Wednesday address emphasized his focus on the influence of “MAGA Republicans.”
  • The question “what is a MAGA Republican?” began to trend on search engines, even in other languages, and a search of international news sources indicated that worldwide, Democrat messaging about supporters of former President Donald Trump reigned supreme.
  • Publications such as The BBC and Canada’s CTV News carried the story of “misinformation in the midterms” and “threats” to democracy.
  • But the repeated message spread across the Times of India, Germany’s DW News, France 24 News, and even Aljazeera, who all published almost identical messages about Biden’s “warning” to voters.
  • The almost mirror-image messaging across the world raises the question of whether these networks are making organic assessments of the news or if they are leaning on directives from a centralized outside source.
  • In Germany, DW News reported that the “future of elections could be at stake,” citing the “polarization” of liberals and conservative voters and referencing “election deniers” singularly being a “force among Republicans.”
  • The Sydney Morning Herald announced to their readers that Biden “warn[ed] on the future of US democracy,” saying election doubters could take the country down a “path of chaos” if they win midterm elections next week.
  • Channel News Asia also magnified Biden’s message about “election deniers,” saying they “pose [a] threat” and blamed Trump for discord in the country.
  • South Africa’s News 24 added an “explainer” outlining “how new US laws could trip up voters in the midterm elections,” aggregating a Reuters piece about the upcoming election.
  • The Times of India sided with Democrats saying that “Democracy is in peril in the US.”
  • Aljazeera asserted that “democracy” was “on the ballot” in the midterm elections in their coverage of the president’s speech.
  • While some international news sources didn’t mention the speech, Russia Today (RT) was the only easily accessible international news outlet that published an article on Thursday wich pointed out that Democrats are failing in the polls.
  • Billionaire globalist George Soros became a financial backer behind media firm Good Information Inc. last year. The group says it combats “disinformation” that runs counter to the widely accepted public media narrative.
  • Reuters, the world’s largest multimedia news provider, has been found to promote the globalist World Economic Forum’s “great reset” agenda, calling it the “great reboot,” in their coverage, as American Faith previously reported.
  • The network announced on September 29, 2020, the “launch of a new editorial vertical” it calls “The Great Reboot,” a “dedicated section of” which the news organization explains will exclusively cover news related to “the transformation and reimagining of the workplace that is being accelerated around the world by COVID-19.”
  • “We believe there is an urgent need for regulation of social media platforms, as well as increased investment in new models that place a higher value on serving communities truth over clickbait and protecting democracy over profits,” the website states.
  • The World Economic partners with the world’s largest asset management firm, BlackRock, both of whom are dedicated to the global reset agenda.
  • BlackRock holds shareholding authority over countless international companies across every major industry, including: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, YouTube, Alphabet, AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Apple, Microsoft, IBM, Dell, Intel, Airbnb, Uber, Lyft, Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, CVS, Anthem, Blue Cross, Zillow, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Disney, Netflix, Time Warner, The New York Times, Yahoo, Discovery, iHeartMedia, Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, News Corp, and Viacom.