During the Summer TikTok teens were able to sabotage Trump’s Tulsa rally with a fake sign-up scam.
Could “lightning” strike twice, and would the teens be able to sabotage Trump’s upcoming Florida rally?
Enquiring minds want to know…
Well, the short answer is no, the teens weren’t successful this time around…but the longer answer is, “revenge is sweet and Trump won big!”
This time the GOP was ready for the commie teens.
They even found the video that started the scam, complete with half a million views.
But not only did the GOP successfully thwart the teens, but they also milked the little tykes for about $16K dollars, thanks to a mandatory $5 fee that lots of these dopey teens paid, which went right into the GOP coffers.
So, now, thanks to the TikTok teens, the GOP is $16K dollars richer…ha ha ha ha! Ain’t life grand?
Teens on TikTok tried to cause turnout to plummet for a Republican rally in Staten Island last week, after pulling off a similar stunt at the Trump rally in Tulsa in the summer.
This time, however, Republican officials were savvy enough to turn the attempted sabotage into tens of thousands in donations to the GOP from the pockets of the TikTokers themselves.
“On Sept. 19, out-of-staters using fake, frequently lewd names — including ‘Grabemby DePussay,’ ‘Ivana Punchyou’ and ‘F–kyou Trump’ — began signing up online for the ‘TRiUMPh Rally,’ a free get-out-the-vote event,” according to The New York Post.
“We had about 1,500 RSVPs from Staten Islanders,” explained Staten Island GOP chairman Brendan Lantry. “Then all of a sudden we started seeing the numbers tick up to 10,000, 15,000, 75,000. We knew something was not right.”
Lantry’s wife Jessica was able to track down a TikTok video with over half-a-million views from a 19-year-old Brooklynite known as Felisrae, who essentially urged followers to sign up for the event and not attend. (The video has since been made private.)
“Do you hate this orange b**** as much as I do?” posed Felisrae, according to the Post. “It turns out that Trump is having a rally in Staten Island. … So what I did was, I reserved myself two seats. But I’m pretty sure that I have something to do that day. So, do what you want with this information.”
In an attempt to dissuade the Trump-hating TikTok frauds, the event holders added a nonrefundable $5 fee to reserve tickets.
“But they kept coming. From Colorado and California and Chicago and Houston, all over the country,” Lantry said. “They hate this president so much that they’re willing to donate to the Republican Party to troll him.”
The Trump-haters donated $15,785 via the reservation fee, the Post said, noting that “[no] seats were provided at the open-air rally, and the event drew 2,500 locals, who filmed a get-well message for Trump as he recuperated from his bout with COVID-19.”
Man, revenge is delicious, and very costly, too!
I have a feeling these little communist rugrats will miss out on at least one Pumpkin Latte from Starbucks, thanks to this stunt that went terribly wrong.
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