WATCH: Panicky ABC Journo Compares Trump's Speech to 1930s Anti-Semitic Movement

So they were fine with President Obama openly betraying Israel and the Jewish people, but they picked and pawed through Donald Trump’s inauguration speech to find “loaded terms”?

Listening to ABC News cover Trump’s inauguration was kind of hilarious, actually.

There was a lot of backwards gazing, as they wistfully relived the glory days of Obama.

Surprisingly, they seemed to be grasping for any thread of hope, that maybe… just maybe… VP Mike Pence would be doing most of the heavy lifting, behind the scenes.

I’ve put that out there a time or two, myself, but then, I’m not a left-leaning, biased media talking head. I would think those guys would view a known Christian leader as the biggest threat to their delicate world.

Nope. Given the choice, they apparently favor the Christian (just a little bit) over a potential Nazi overlord.

That’s how ABC’s Terry Moran decided to spend his time covering the inauguration – looking for Nazi code words in Trump’s speech.

Moran, ABC’s chief foreign correspondent, said Trump’s America-first rhetoric carries “ugly echoes in our history.”

“It’s a loaded term in American history,” argued Moran. “Now, he defined it here as total allegiance to the United States of America, and it is something, as [anchor] Cecilia [Vega] said, this is why he was sent here by people who want to hear that message of America first.

“However, it carries with it overtones from the 1930s, when an anti-Semitic movement [said], ‘We don’t want to get involved in Europe’s war. It’s the Jews’ fault in Germany!’ Charles Lindbergh led them.”

Moran has some backup. The Anti-Defamation League has stated that the “America first” line Trump keeps pimping is straight out of Nazi-loving Americans’ playbook in the 1930s.

Trump insists it’s all about American jobs, American resources, protecting the American worker from unfair trade practices.

Whatever the case may be, wrong or right, the only-slightly controlled hysteria by the liberal media is pretty entertaining.

See for yourself.