The mainstream media is desperately trying to kill any momentum behind Donald Trump.
They’re hoping America’s enemies will take him down.
CNN hopes this awful conspiracy theory they spread will crush Trump’s support.
There’s nothing good about CNN’s news coverage.
They can’t be trusted to accurately report the basic facts anymore.
TikTok is a popular app that is used by many young people to create videos of themselves that is less than a minute long.
At first glance it looks more stupid than sinister, just another platform of the internet age that is full of people doing ridiculous antics to have their moment of fame.
However TikTok, a Chinese owned company, has close ties to China’s communist government.
It is known to highly promote users who praise China’s government and suppress content that is critical of the Chinese government as “violations.”
CNN’s Brian Stelter claimed that TikTok users are responsible for the low turnout at the Trump rally even though the Trump campaign has dismissed the rumors as unfounded.
It is unsurprising with the coronavirus hype and the protesters outside that Trump supporters decided to watch from home and that the crowd sizes were not as large as they normally are at Trump rallies.
“It seems that one of the other reasons why there were so many empty seats is a no-show protest,” Stelter said. “A no-show protest. This all started with a video on TikTok created by Mary Jo Laupp, who’s being effectively called a ‘TikTok grandma.’ So, she made a video more than a week ago urging viewers to go to Trump’s site, sign up to attend the rally, but pointedly not show up at the rally.”
It’s highly doubtful that TikTok made much of a difference. This seems more like a ploy of Democrats to capture the attention of a younger generation and make them feel important.
“Her video was viewed tens of thousands – hundreds of thousands of times, and then her video led to others, you had younger TikTok users going on posting similar videos, K-Pop fans were on there as well trying to sabotage Trump’s rally,” Stelter added. “And look, it did seem to work to some degree. We don’t know exactly how well, but Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, was out there talking about how many people were signing up. Trump was bragging that there were a million people RSVP’ing, they were gathering all this data about people they can use for the campaign. But apparently it was a bunch of kids, a bunch of teenagers signing up as a protest.”
If TikTok was responsible for changing attendance of a campaign rally that’s quite possibly interference in our election by a foreign government and there’s no way that the Democrats should be supporting it.
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