Tulsa Trump Rally Sabotaged By TikTok Teens

Tulsa Trump Rally Sabotaged By TikTok Teens

Tulsa Trump Rally Sabotaged By TikTok Teens

Teens on TikTok and Kpop fans are claiming that they sabotaged the Tulsa Trump Rally by inflating the requests for tickets. There was clearly something odd going on. Donald Trump gave a blockbuster performance and got some of his own back, no matter what the backstory was.

For those who aren’t big on social media apps or the Korean music scene, let me explain what they are. TikTok is an app for sharing short music videos and is wholly owned by the Chinese Communist Party. The U.S. Army and Navy have forbidden the use of TikTok on government phones, since the app is considered a cyber-threat. Kpop is Korean popular music that is particularly formulaic and slickly packaged. Quite a few of the South Korean Kpop stars have committed suicide. Now you are caught up.

What are the claims made by these children regarding the Tulsa rally? From the New York Times:

TikTok users and fans of Korean pop music groups claimed to have registered potentially hundreds of thousands of tickets for Trump’s campaign rally as a prank. After @TeamTrump tweeted asking supporters to register for free tickets using their phones on June 11, K-pop fan accounts began sharing the information with followers, encouraging them to register for the rally — and then not show

I smell a Chinese Communist Party rat here, don’t you? Like fans of the Kpop group BTS really care about politics. I know from personal experience that their ten year old girl fans mostly care about giggling and cartwheels. You know the CCP was behind this. Anyone want to investigate this campaign interference?

Speaking of ten year old girls, over on MSNBC they were giddy with joy at the idea of the Trump Tulsa rally getting pranked by TicToc:

Then there was that middle school mean girl, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. AOC took to Twitter to play ugly:

Way to stay classy there, Sandy. AOC isn’t old enough to know about Karma, but it’s coming for her.

MSNBC and AOC may think that the Trump campaign got punked at the Tulsa rally. I don’t think that’s quite true. Let’s think about this. For four or five days, we got treated to tales of Trump supporters lining up around the block outside the Tulsa BOK center.

Next, remember all the hysteria about the fact that the Trump campaign wouldn’t find a bigger venue or use an outside stadium that would hold more people? Brad Parscale, the Trump 2020 campaign manager, knows from algorithms. He probably smelled a Commie rat all along. That’s why they didn’t opt for a larger venue.

So, let the New York Times, AOC, the Kpoppers, Tictoccers and CCP gloat. Those of us who watched the rally on television or streaming know what we saw. You can watch the rally here, if you missed it. Trump is a man of vigor and quick wit. His mother was born in Scotland, and like most Scots, Trump is a storyteller.

At the Trump Tulsa rally, the story of the 2020 election began to be told. The Chinese Communist Party doesn’t know a bloody thing about Trump supporters. They will learn.

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  • Bobo the Hobo says:

    One way to settle this issue is to charge $10 per ticket, redeemable at the door. Yes, there will be those who sabotage a rally but those idiots who sign up for thousands of tickets can only show up for one redemption. Proceeds from tickets not redeemed at the door revert to the RNC for the president’s re-election.

  • Matthew W says:

    As far as “pranks” go, I give this one a “10” !!!!
    Really can’t believe that the people running the ticket system didn’t pick up on that or would have been ready for it in general or that there were zero trump supporters on snik pock or whatever that app is.

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  • Kathy says:

    Other complications to attendance:
    Frequent press warnings that rioters would be there to abuse attendees,
    Even more warnings of covid exposures on most media,
    Curfew for most of the week that forced people to leave the lines,
    BLM blocking gates

    Many thousands of us watched it on line. President Trump was great!

  • Harlan says:

    I’ll wager that millions of us watched online. It was a great kickoff to the campaign. Trump had me laughing so hard. at times I was in tears.

    Meanwhile, smarty-pants “teens” are patting themselves on the back for their social media skills, but still can’t read, write or do math.

  • GWB says:

    Your first quoted bit is doubled-up.

  • GWB says:

    So, let the New York Times, AOC, the Kpoppers, Tictoccers and CCP gloat.
    Absolutely disagree. Punch back twice as hard.
    Here’s a bit from Instapundit about the possible legal avenues:

    It makes me wonder if the campaign has a cognizable cause of action — and maybe even grounds for a TRO — based on the tort of “intentional interference with prospective economic advantage.” The elements vary from state to state, but courts generally hold that the elements of the civil wrong are:

    “(1) an economic relationship between the plaintiff and some third party, with the probability of future economic benefit to the plaintiff; (2) the defendant’s knowledge of the relationship; (3) intentional acts on the part of the defendant designed to disrupt the relationship; (4) actual disruption of the relationship; and (5) economic harm to the plaintiff proximately caused by the acts of the defendant.”

    Sounds to me like the campaign has a reasonable case.

    There’s also the issue of “foreign interference” in a campaign.

    Oh, and the same Instapundit spot mentions that a friend on Farcebook said, “Fraudulent ticket reservations? I think we just learned exactly what will happen with mail in voting. We should thank AOC for demonstrating this.”

    EVERY exercise of the franchise should be required to be done in person, with the possible exception of voting by active-duty deployed military members. PERIOD. (Absentee voting should be done in person at the registrar’s office before leaving, or through another jurisdiction’s registrar office.)

  • Mary says:

    Children do childish things.

  • alanstorm says:

    And to think that just 6 months ago, the Democrats were VERY concerned about election interference.

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