Leftist Trump haters on the Chinese social media app Tik Tok who sabotaged a past Trump rally figured they could do it again. But they were wrong.
When Donald Trump held his rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma as the first rally after the Chinese virus struck, Trump-hating Tik Tok users reserved seats at the rally. The thing about it was they never planned on attending the rally. They just wanted to cause a lot of empty seats. And, the result was an arena that had a lot of empty seats in it, giving off the visual impression that Trump just wasn’t as popular as he used to be, and that this was an indication that there was a problem with his reelection bid. Meanwhile, NO ONE showed up for Joe Biden’s rally in Arizona the other day. Biden can’t fill up a beer hall without giving out free beer.
In reality though, while the empty seats did come across as bad optics, the actual amount of people who tuned in to watch the the rally remotely was Big League.
The New York Post reported that Tik Tok received word that the Republican Party was throwing a Pro Trump rally in Staten Island. Just like before, Tik Tok leftists tried to sabotage the event, but actually wound up donating thousands of dollars!
From the New York Post:
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.
“We had about 1,500 RSVPs from Staten Islanders. Then all of a sudden we started seeing the numbers tick up to 10,000, 15,000, 75,000,” Staten Island GOP chairman Brendan Lantry told The Post. “We knew something was not right.”
The whole effort to screw with the Staten Island Pro Trump rally in the same fashion as the Tulsa rally was started by a Tik Tok user named Felisrae, who urged Tik Tokers to reserve two seats each for the Staten Island rally, and then go do something else that day.
“So what I did was, I reserved myself two seats. But I’m pretty sure that I have something to do that day,” she says cheerfully. “So, do what you want with this information.”
The video went viral, gaining over half one million likes.
To deter jokers like the Tik Tok jerks, a $5 non-refundable fee was added to the online sign-up, however, the leftists who thought they were going to screw with Trump supporters by leaving them with an empty rally aren’t too keen on reading the fine print when they signed up. Morons.
According to the New York Post:
“But they kept coming,” Lantry said. “From Colorado and California and Chicago and Houston, all over the country.”
Multiple “Ruth Ginsbergs” — from Salisbury, Md., and Greensboro, N.C. — gladly paid for their ducats.
By the time the Oct. 3 rally began in a commercial parking lot on the South Shore, the Trump-haters had shelled out $15,785 to buy more than 3,000 vouchers they had no intention of using.
“They hate this president so much that they’re willing to donate to the Republican Party to troll him,” Lantry said
As with most things that involved leftists trying to get the better of Trump, it backfired on them and made them look like the idiots that they truly are. And Donald Trump wasn’t even there! I think an alternate slogan would be useful here: “Make Liberals Cry Again!”
The best part of all is that the empty seat reservations weren’t even noticed, because it was an outdoor, open-air rally, which was attended by 2,500 people.
They should do that for every rally and then hand out Trump flags as the people enter the gate. That would be worth the money.
Rich is syndicated opinion columnist for David Harris Jr. and owner of Maga-Chat.com. He writes about politics, culture, liberty and faith.
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