Half of Biden Twitter followers Are Fake. Big Tech accused of helping Biden look more popular. Social media giants accused of inflating Biden's social media accounts.
Big Tech has been working hard to manicure the public perception of Joe Biden, and one such strategy seems to be inflating followers on social media, a new analysis has suggested.
Twitter now appears to be creating fake accounts for Biden to give him better optics in terms of popularity.
Twitter user Bre Wylde wrote:
“Joe’s been getting 100,000 followers on Twitter every day! Except they’re ALL FAKE!!”
“If you go to Joe Biden’s followers, I’d say at least 70 percent of them all joined [Twitter] in January and have zero followers,” she continues.
Joe’s been getting 100,000 followers on twitter every day! Except they’re ALL FAKE!! Share and follow! @sparkey909w @kylenabecker @catturd2 @RealMattCouch @4AllSoulKind @CoreysDigs @9NEWSNANCY @mtgreenee @thebradfordfile @IamTore @Patriot1776AR @scrowder pic.twitter.com/r9XzCzwCt2— Bre Wylde (@hookerred6_red) January 23, 2021
Currently, Biden has 6.3 million Twitter followers.
Before former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account was suspended, he had approximately 88.7 million followers.
YouTube also seems to be in on the game.
Every single video posted by White House’s official YouTube channel has seen a ratio of more downvotes than upvotes.
A video of Biden’s inauguration, the most viewed on the channel, 43,000 “dislikes” and just 9,200 “likes.”
YouTube erasing dislikes for Joe Biden’s administration. pic.twitter.com/4zmd1MkxJx— Zach Vorhies (@Perpetualmaniac) January 21, 2021
The first press conference by White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki also saw a similar reaction.
But Big Tech appeared to come to the rescue by erasing the downvotes by several thousand.
Oof dat ratio. pic.twitter.com/w9JxQVropp— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 21, 2021
Biden’s White House YouTube page has also disabled the comment section.
If you also cast your mind back, Donald Trump was accused of violating the Constitution by blocking people from following his Twitter account.
Author: Paul Whitehead
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