Social media was puzzled on Saturday night, most of the young and K-Pop fans claimed that the opponents of President Trump were sure that hundreds or even thousands of seats were left empty for President Trump’s Tulsa rally. intention to use.
Trump blamed prorons and fear of coronavirus in the media for large piles of empty seats.
“In fact, you got ROCKED by TikTok, who was deceived by the fake ticket bookings, flooding the Trump campaign and tricked by a million people to believe that the white supremacious open microphone was enough to pack an arena.” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted at Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale.
Others said, “Shout out to Zoomers,” the ticket hoarders they call “KPop stans.”
“You make me very proud,” he added.
A loosely held campaign on TikTok included Trump opponents of all ages – one of them calling himself “#TikTokGrandma. “
“Buy tickets right now and leave him alone on the stage, how about you?” she called.
The Trump campaign said it allows free reservations for two free tickets per mobile number.
“You have to give them your mobile number when you register,” he said in the video. “They sent you a code, you entered the code, and your tickets are reserved for you.”
“They have to stop texting you after giving the” Stop “message to anyone who is afraid that their mobile phones will be bombed by Trump campaign texts, this is the law.”
Political strategist and hunted Trump rival Steve Schmidt claimed that his 16-year-old daughter and friends bought “hundreds of tickets” together.
“I am very serious when I say this. America’s youth hit a brutal blow against @realDonaldTrump. ” Schmidt tweeted.
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