TikTok users and K-Pop fans apparently sabotaged the Trump rally

Donald Trump’s campaign launch was not as successful as he and his team had expected, and this could be the reason.

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TikTok users and K-Pop fans apparently sabotaged the Trump rally
TikTok users and K-Pop fans apparently sabotaged the Trump rally

Although the US COVID 19 outbreak is still ongoing this weekend Donald Trump started his rally for re-election as president of the neighboring country. The To meet was held in Tulsa Oklahoma. However, everything seems to indicate that it has been sabotaged by users Tick ​​tack and K-Pop fans.

Act participants in the Trump campaign. Photo: @JediCounselor via Twitter.

The US president said last week that nearly a million attendees were already in attendance for the June 20 political event, but to his surprise and that of his team, capacity was not expected.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale reported on his Twitter account that the cause of this unforeseen event was some radical demonstrators blocking access to the forum and “a week of apocalyptic media coverage”.

Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the reality is that a large number of TikTok teenagers are in favor of this To meet Raising almost a million participants for not participating.

“Actually, you were only fooled by teenagers on TikTok who flooded the Trump campaign with fake ticket reservations and led you to believe that a million people wanted your white supremacist to open the microphone so that an arena was filled during COVID Says Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet.

In the thread, the official also thanked the “Allies of K-Pop” for their contribution. “We also see and appreciate their contribution,” he said.

Where could this little revolution come from?

According to American journalist Joshua Zitser, a woman named Mary Jo Laupp appears to be the one who encouraged TikTok users to book tickets and not attend the meeting in Tulsa.

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