Socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of the biggest stars in the Democrat Party.
Ocasio-Cortez generates headlines and often times she is in the news for the wrong reasons.
This was one of those occasions because Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made one confession that Democrats immediately regretted.
The fake news media celebrated the fact that Donald Trump failed to fill every seat in the arena for his campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Prior to the event, the Trump campaign boasted that over one million people signed up for tickets and predicted a massive crowd at the event.
But it turned out that leftists used a viral social media campaign to inflate the ticket sign-up count by using a social media app owned by the Chinese.
“TikTok users and fans of Korean pop music took partial credit for inflating attendance expectations at a less-than-full arena at President Donald Trump’s first political rally in months, held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday,” The New York Times reported.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez cheered using a Chinese-owned social media app that the U.S. military bans soldiers from installing on their phones because of the security risk.
“Actually you just got ROCKED by teens on TikTok who flooded the Trump campaign w/ fake ticket reservations & tricked you into believing a million people wanted your white supremacist open mic enough to pack an arena during COVID. Shout out to Zoomers. Y’all make me so proud,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote.
Americans were stunned to see one of the biggest names in the Democrat Party applaud foreign interference in American elections.
Ocasio-Cortez praising TikTok grew even more problematic after a report in the Wall Street Journal that claimed TikTok users were submitting videos praising the Chinese government due to a belief that TikTok promoted pro-China content.
Fort Dodge, Iowa resident Mary Jo Laupp claimed to have started the TikTok campaign to troll Trump with fake rally sign-ups.
Laupp’s video received over 700,000 likes, but the authenticity of this viral campaign was called into question because of the reports of how content creators allege TikTok promotes videos that advance China’s interests.
In The Wall Street Journal article, the reporters described a 23-year-old Texas songwriter whose account skyrocketed from 2,000 to 90,000 followers following his posting of a video where he called Chinese President Xi Jinping “my President.”
Did TikTok push Laupp’s video calling on leftists to flood the Trump campaign with fake rally sign-ups to curry favor with the Chinese government?
And if so, shouldn’t the fake news media and Democrats like Ocasio-Cortez condemn a company owned by a Chinese company meddling in the President of the United States’ re-election campaign in order to make nice with the communist Chinese government?
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