Bible Morality and a Genocidal god of Watery Death?

If the god of the bible is all about free will and repentance, why didn’t the bible god just ask for or offer forgiveness to the earth. Abraham was able to pleads for Sodom, as if a loving kind god would need to be pleaded with in the first place. But god was able to change his mind with the reasoning from a mortal supposedly morality inferior and yet is not the pleading against genocide not the truly moral being, not the god who wishes genocide an obvious moral injustice. But the immoral bible is full of god sanctioned or god ordered genocide. But let’s get back to the time just before the claimed world flood which according to Answers in Genesis was approximately 4,359 years ago in the year 1656 AM or 2348 BC. Let’s assume Noah was like Abraham and pleaded to god not to destroy all life on earth committing planetary genocide. Who would be the true moral being the one who feels a need to genocide the entire earth or the one pleading for not doing such heinous crime as worldwide genocide? So, like in Genesis 18 let’s change the Abraham for Noah and replace Sodom for Earth to further see how unloving and careless as well as immoral the bible god would be if real. So, let’s start, planet killing god said, “The outcry against of Earth is so great and the sin on Earth so grievous (never explained fully). Then Noah approached the genocidal death by water god and said: “Will you sweep away the righteous with the wicked? What if there are...