Tweety gets K-popped, TikTok’d

“We are not amused.”

Adolf Twitler was light on adoring brownshirts last night in Tulsa, and some tech-savvy K-pop fans and TikTok users say they’re at least part of the reason why.

The New York Times got the story, which has since been picked up by other outlets, including The Verge.

Seems the social-media sappers blew up The Big Comeback by acquiring a shitload of tickets with no intention of using them for any purpose beyond creating an ocean of empty blue seats. And thus a stadium that seats 19,000 had just 6,200 nutters, not counting staff, media, box seats, or additional voices squabbling inside pointy heads behind beady, close-set eyes.

In an interview with Bloomberg, campaign spokescreature Tim Murtaugh sneered: “Leftists always fool themselves into thinking they’re being clever. Registering for a rally only means you’ve RSVPed with a cell phone number. Every rally is general admission and entry is first come, first served. But we thank them for their contact information.”

Well, don’t start sucking each other’s dicks quite yet, Tim old scout. Mary Jo Laupp, who posted her own anti-Twitler video on TikTok, told the NYT that many of the people who shared it encouraged people to get tickets using fake names and phone numbers using Google Voice or some other internet-connected phone line.

“We all know the Trump campaign feeds on data, they are constantly mining these rallies for data,” said Ms. Laupp, who worked on several rallies for Pete Buttigieg’s campaign for the Democratic nomination for president. “Feeding them false data was a bonus. The data they think they have, the data they are collecting from this rally, isn’t accurate.”

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7 Responses to “Tweety gets K-popped, TikTok’d”

  1. matlinp Says:

    To be accurate, the K-Pop / TikTok ticket holders did not prevent any of the true Harumpf supporters from coming as there was no reserved seating. What they really did was jack up Harumpf’s projections (loudly and widely bragged about in the media) look like a limp noodle left out in the Juneteenth heat. The egg on Harumpf’s face was enough to cook up an omelet large enough to feed the masses.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Ayuh. They staffed up for a rilly big white-supremacist shew and even built an overflow area that went unused. I’ve promoted a few cyclocrosses that turned out like that.

      “Just you and me, huh, Skeeter? OK, one, two, three, go!”

      Of course, I never got to blame COVID-19, the fake news, or antifa. Just outside agitators, a.k.a. the People’s Republic of Boulder types who wouldn’t leave the bubble to race in Bibleburg for fear of catching Christo-fascist cooties.

      • khal spencer Says:

        Hee hee. I won my age group in the Makaha time trial one year back on Oahu. The weather was dreadful and it was all the way out on the Leeward coast. I raced in a cold, driving February rain and no one else in my 40-45 (?) age category showed up. Wankers.

      • Shawn - enjoying a fine sunny day..., in the Gorge Says:

        I put on a few events that had a only little more than a couple of entrants. They usually occurred on those fine 45 degree F rainy days in August in Fairbanks, AK. Riders up there eventually get tired of slogging their bikes across miles of wet muskeg and turn out would be minimal. They normally turned out to be pretty fun events. Junior riders loved them. But they could care less about cleaning muddy drivetrains afterward.

        I was a big wimp when it came to racing or riding in the rain and I skipped out on a bunch of events because of wet weather – I didn’t want to get my bikes all wet and muddy. But if I did participate in an event, normally I’d do really well. I think that when I finally got on the bike, my internal whiner meter would shut off and I’d kick into compete mode. But unlike kids, I hated cleaning up my bikes afterwards.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        A few of us teamed up to run a 16-race Colorado Cyclocross Series one year. Sumbitch stretched into January, or maybe February. It was insane. Attendance dropped like a poisoned pigeon right after nationals and never recovered as the roadies went back to little-gear road spins and mountain bikers went back to smoking ditch weed and wiping out their parents’ refrigerators.

        My club put on a ’cross in March once just to see what would happen. Not much, as it turns out. I think the only people who showed were the ones who set up the course and handled registration.

  2. Pat O'Brien Says:

    I liked AOC’s description of the rally as a “white supremacist open mike night.” Seems only 6200 stupid people were willing to show up to become super spreaders on the SARS CoV-2. Plus only one arrest of a protester for trespassing while they waited in line to enter and had tickets. Must have been a dress code violation.

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