President Trump’s Sunday re-election campaign reported that TikTok youth and K-Pop fans have influenced the president’s crowd size at the Oklahoma rally by booking tickets in advance.
“Leftists and online trolls do not know what they are talking about or how our rallies work, thinking that the left trolls and online trolls somehow affect rally participation.” Brad Parscale said in a statement.
He accused the media of writing “cheerfully” about the scam without communicating with the campaign, telling the media that they “were acting professionally and were willing to accompany”.
Parscale said that people signed up for a rally at the BOAT Center in Tulsa with a mobile phone and said, “We are constantly making fake tricks, as we did with tens of thousands at the Tulsa rally.”
“These fake ticket requests never affect our thinking,” he continued.
According to media reports, Trump fans were warning to stay away from the rally due to the coronavirus epidemic and the country’s protests that have continued since May 25 at the hands of George Floyd’s Minneapolis Police Department.
“It is disgusting, but typical, that the media now celebrate their fear of helping them create it. And that’s wondering why we bother the media for events when they’re not doing all their work professionally. ”
When the images showed a smaller crowd than expected at the BOK Center, many young people who used social media site TikTok and fans of Korean pop music got credit to arrange the empty seats.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is also piled.
“In fact, you have been ROCKED by young people who have flooded the Trump campaign with fake ticket bookings at TikTok and said that a million people believed that the white supremacious open microphone wanted enough to package an arena,” the progressive lawmaker said. From Parscale to a tweet.
Parscale also shared photos of the police who held the protesters near the entrance to the arena on Sunday.
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