A controversial Democrat from New York appeared to incite youths to deliberately provide false personal details to confuse political event organizers about the real number of attendees.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seemingly encouraged “radical” teenagers to repeatedly register fake names for the president’s 2020 Make America Great Again Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 20.
Mainstream media recently reported the actual attendance at the BOK Center was lower than the original 1 million people anticipated.
This discrepancy prompted the Donald Trump 2020 campaign team to question whether this was partly caused by extreme “anarchist” civil unrest, which swept across the nation since Minnesotan George Floyd died in police custody. Local police allegedly handcuffed and kneed Floyd’s throat before he became unresponsive on May 25.
“Radical protesters, fueled by a week of apocalyptic media coverage, interfered with Donald Trump supporters at the rally,” campaign manager Brad Parscale said on Twitter. “They even blocked access to the metal detectors, preventing people from entering. Thanks to the 1,000s who made it anyway.”
However, Ocasio-Cortez suggested misbehaving youths were behind the high number of registrations.
“Actually you just got rocked by teens on TikTok who flooded the Trump campaign with fake ticket reservations and tricked you into believing a million people wanted your white supremacist open mic enough to pack an arena during COVID,” she said on Twitter.
The congresswoman appeared to condone and even encourage their mischievous act.
“Shout out to Zoomers,” she said. “You all make me so proud.”
She then tried to appeal to younger voters by strangely supporting a popular South Korean music genre.
“KPop allies, we see and appreciate your contributions in the fight for justice too,” she said on Twitter.
The president believes he has not lost any of his supporters and they are simply exercising their right to remain silent.
“The silent majority is stronger than ever before,” he said on Twitter.
He previously warned any potential troublemakers they would be prosecuted if they broke the law during protests.
“Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters, or lowlifes who are going to Oklahoma please understand, you will not be treated like you have been in New York, Seattle, or Minneapolis,” he said on Twitter. “It will be a much different scene.”
The president revealed he disliked Ocasio-Cortez less than Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and wished the congresswoman all the best, if she tries to contest Schumer’s U.S. Senate seat at the general election on Nov. 3.
“Actually that would be a big improvement—and she would win,” he said on Twitter.