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Teens Take Credit For Sabotaging Trump’s Tulsa Rally By ‘Reserving Hundreds Of Tickets’


Teens Take Credit For Sabotaging Trump’s Tulsa Rally By ‘Reserving Hundreds Of Tickets’

Teens took credit on Saturday evening for reserving “hundreds of tickets” for President Donald Trump’s poorly-attended Tulsa campaign rally on Saturday night with no intention of attending.

Political strategist Steve Schmidt tweeted on Saturday night: “My 16 year old daughter and her friends in Park City Utah have hundreds of tickets. You have been rolled by America’s teens. @realDonaldTrump you have been failed by your team. You have been deserted by your faithful. No one likes to root for the losing team.”

He then added: “This is what happened tonight. I’m dead serious when I say this. The teens of America have struck a savage blow against @realDonaldTrump. All across America teens ordered tickets to this event. The fools on the campaign bragged about a million tickets. lol.”

U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter to praise the Zoomers and K-pop allies involved in reserving tickets to Trump’s low turnout rally.

Twitter users ruthlessly mocked the president by sharing videos and photos of the half-empty stadium after Trump bragged that his campaign had received over a million ticket requests. Campaign officials were forced to scrap plans for Trump to first address an overflow space which was nearly empty by the time Trump arrived in Tulsa.

Brad Parscale, campaign manager for Trump’s 2020 campaign’s tweeted that “radical protestors… interfered with @realDonaldTrump supporters at the rally. They even blocked access to the metal detectors, preventing them from entering.”

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez responded via Tweet: “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.”

Political scientist Alyssa R. Williams tweeted: “My 17 yr old daughter & friends did the same. I thought she was kidding me on how many teens were on board. Amazing!”

Twitter user Teresa Moore replied: “It wasn’t just teenagers. I’m 60 and I’ve got 300 tickets. And I’m an Oklahoma Democrat.”

Lynn V tweeted: “My 16 year old son just told me he knows a bunch of KPop Stan’s who were getting tickets to the Trump Rally. He said he didn’t do it because Trump isn’t even worth a fake ticket.”

On Saturday, Trump also tried to explain away the crowd size, blaming it on the media for declaring “don’t go, don’t come, don’t do anything” while insisting there were protesters outside “doing bad things,” though the small crowds of pre-rally demonstrators were largely peaceful. He also referred to the protesters as “very bad people.”


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