Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, said in a Twitter post that the Trump campaign was fooled by youthful anti-Trump scammers who reserved thousands of tickets online for the Tulsa MAGA rally on Saturday night and then didn't had appeared, preventing others It was a failure that the press and the AOC could claim that the rally failed. It could have been at least partially successful.
"Actually, you were just rocked by teenagers on TikTok," wrote the New York Democrat in response to a Twitter message from Trump 2020 campaign chief Brad Parscale, who said that "radical protesters" in Tulsa had some supporters of the president attached to it prevented them from entering the TikTok BOK Center, where the rally took place. No doubt that was the case.
In fact, you've just been rocked to TikTok by teenagers who flooded the Trump campaign with fake ticket reservations and made you think that a million people wanted your white Supremacist microphone to be open enough to enter an arena during COVID to pack
Call Zoomers. You make me so proud. ☺️ https://t.co/jGrp5bSZ9T
– Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC), June 21, 2020
Television coverage showed that much of the upper deck of Tulsa's BOK Center was empty during the rally and other empty spaces were visible in the lower seating areas. This was a different result than the huge participation that the Trump campaign had predicted during the week. According to the campaign, over a million tickets have been requested.
Ocasio-Cortez claimed that teenagers "flooded the Trump campaign with fake ticket reservations and led (Trump) to believe that a million people wanted their white Supremacist microphone to be open enough to pack an arena during COVID . "
"All of us who want to see this 19,000 seat auditorium, which is barely full or completely empty, are now reserving tickets and leaving him alone on stage," said a woman identified as Mary Jo Laupp to her TikTok- Followers last week. Some seem to have picked up their glove.
"It spread mostly through Alt TikTok – we kept it on the quiet side where people play tricks and do a lot of activism," YouTuber Elijah Daniel, 26, told the press. “K-Pop Twitter and Alt TikTok have a good alliance in which they spread information very quickly among themselves. They all know the algorithms and how they can improve videos to get where they want. "
Regardless of the tricks of the left, the rally was a complete success for the people it was supposed to reach, the Trump base.
Enthusiastic Trump voter Kim Kilbourne from Kent, Ohio said: “It was great. He looked great and was funny when he made fun of the Democrats. It was also funny when he mocked those who said he was sick. The crowd loved it. Trump also said a lot about his policy and campaign. It was a good night for him and his supporters. "
The press also reported that six Trump campaign members tested positive for coronavirus prior to the rally. In this way, media such as the Associated Press were able to present the event as an error and contaminated zone. These six people are treated and quarantined. No one who was actually infected with the virus was reported after attending the rally.
This piece was written on June 21, 2020 by PoliZette employees. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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