They’re not even trying to hide it anymore. …
There is no shortage of left-wing communists on these platforms who will jump at the chance to do the White House’s bidding, I do not doubt that these real people will actually show up for him. …
As alarming as this is, we need to read between the lines here—accompanying these influencers will no doubt be masses and coordinated swarms of automated user bots.
Those familiar with the problems at Twitter before the Musk takeover know that the social media platform suffered from a massive bot problem.
At one point, Musk speculated that the number of automated user bots on the platform was around 20%, but could potentially have been as high as 90%. …
Automated bots and troll farms are a favorite tool of the deep state and establishment politicians the world over—if you don’t believe me look at how the Saudi government uses bot swarms—the U.S. deep state is no different. …
Why do you think they bemoaned the loss of Twitter so much?
I do not doubt that these other social media platforms suffer from similar issues and now that Twitter is attempting to move users to a fully verified model, it is platforms like Facebook, TikTok, and Instagram that will be the new ground zero for these bot swarms and deep state psy-ops.
Here’s what everyone is saying:
— shaneyyricch (@shaneyyricch) April 10, 2023
According to an Axios report, Joe Biden’s campaign team is readying an “Army” of social media influencers and intends to station them within a briefing room at the White House.https://t.co/VLMT28pboP
— JulietteSchwartz (@Juliett59778255) April 10, 2023
The report noted that the president’s digital strategy team would like to connect with influencers across the county to help Biden tout his record to those who do not follow the social media accounts of Biden, the White House, or the Democratic Party.
Reportedly, there are four Biden digital staffers — run by Rob Flaherty, who has been named assistant to the president and will hold the same rank as press secretary — focused on influencers and independent content creators on the White House payroll, not the Biden campaign.
President Biden has a re-election plan: recruit an army of TikTok influencers. https://t.co/TAZuIB6dh9
— WBBM Newsradio (@WBBMNewsradio) April 10, 2023
Biden To Deploy “Army” Of Social Media Influencers, Station Them In White House.
Live look: pic.twitter.com/wR3FGDqUtN
— J Gardner 🇺🇲🐊 (@jngpic) April 10, 2023
The Post Millennial explains:
This is not the first time the administration has flirted with the idea of moving away from traditional media.
In March of 2021, they hosted a group of close to 30 TikTok stars and give them a brief on Ukraine.
At the time, the White House director of digital strategy, Rob Flaherty, said they wanted to make sure the influencers had information from “an authoritative source.”