Joe Biden must have someone in his camp that used to be a wrestling promoter.
The reason I say that is back in the old days if a wrestling promoter wanted to build up a guy, they would say that he was returning from a tour of Jaspan, while all the time he was just recovering from ankle surgery in Montana or whatever.
Well, maybe not a wrestling promoter now that I think of it, because they used to be able to get people to show up. They didn’t have to flood their audiences with fake people or anything like that.
Since November, we have been bombarded with the lie that Joe Biden got more votes than any other president in history, despite mountains of evidence against this bizarrely unscientific theory.
Every day, the evidence continues to mount that no one likes him or followed him to the ballot box–or to Twitter.
A new quick analysis by Twitter user Bre Wylde shows that the vast majority of Biden’s Twitter followers are fake:
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
How do we come to this conclusion?
According to the analysis, “over half “and “up to 70%” of Biden’s followers joined Twitter in the month of January and have 0 followers or few if any posts of their own, suggesting that they are merely created out of thin air to boost the numbers of an illegitimate president in order to make him appear popular. This would not be the first time as this is common practice for public vanity figures who often pay foreign social media follower ‘farms’ to create profiles to ‘like’ or ‘follow’ them in order to create a perception of popularity and support.
What makes this more pathetic is that, even with over half of his followers being fake, he still only has about 7% of the followers as president Trump who left office with nearly 89 million Twitter followers.
Could it be any more pathetic?
Oh, yes it can!
His 30,000-troop banana republic inauguration ceremony was the day when Americans would have been celebrating the victory of the president who supposedly got the most votes in history. But, if you look at the data, we showed that viewership was dismal and the few viewers that actually watched went out of there way to let the world know that they hated him.