Sunday 13 March 2022

Biden White House Meets With TikTok Influencers To Give Them Talking Points On Russia-Ukraine Conflict...Speaks To Them Like Small Children...Jen Psaki Tells Them Russia “hacked our election in 2016”

 As the world prepares for the possibility of a third and possibly final world war, Joe Biden and his woke regime turn to influencers on the teenage-dominant social media platform TikTok that originated in China to discuss the state of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Many of the influencers the White House invited were previously used by the White House to push COVID vaccines on young Americans.

According to the Washington Post, the Biden regime considers TikTok stars, many with millions of followers, who have increasingly sought to make sense of the crisis for their audiences, a primary source for spreading news to the masses. Ukrainian citizens hiding in bomb shelters or fleeing their homes have shared their stories to the platform, while dangerous misinformation and Russian propaganda have also spread.


Professional cooker! #ukraine #stopwar #russiastop

♬ original sound – pradasaint


Media Manipulation reports – Russian users, on the other hand, have been barred from uploading and live streaming to the platform since March 6, 2022, when TikTok suspended service in the country in response to a Russian law criminalizing  “fake news” (meaning information that conflicts with state-sanctioned reports related to the invasion).1 Before that, many Russian users posted videos of the antiwar protests that broke out at the onset of the invasion in Moscow and other Russian cities. 

In the call to the young TikTok influencers, a very nervous Rob Flaherty, Digital Director at the White House, used the words “uh” and “um” about 200 times in the first one minute of his introduction. After stating the reason for the call with the TikTok influencers, he introduced White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, who repeatedly used “um” and “uh.” The inability of either one to effectively communicate likely left the young influencers wondering how either one of these two clowns was hired to work at the White House.

The Washington Post obtained a recording of the call.

The White House communications officials spoke to the young influencers, some of whom live in Ukraine and know first-hand what’s happening in their communities, like small children. In their call, they made it crystal clear that the TikTok influencers need to get in line, stop thinking critically about how they see the war and instead follow the White House talking points.

One of the incredible moments happened when Jen Psaki told the influencers that Russia “hacked our election in 2016.” So, is she saying that Trump won because the Russians stole the election? It sure sounds like it.

In another incredible moment, an influencer asked about inflation and what the White House plans to address this serious issue? Psaki explained how the Biden regime has no responsibility for inflation like she was talking to a classroom of first-graders.  “A huge pandemic prompted an escalation of inflation—right? We have a global supply chain—which is such now a term which everyone uses, like in common vernacular, which means that things are cheaper because we get parts from around the world…” she explained.

Recording begins at the 3:40 mark:

Washington Post reports – Jules Suzdaltsev, a Ukrainian-born journalist who operates the popular TikTok news channel Good Morning Bad News, said that he thought the overall tone of the briefing was too soft and that officials dodged hard questions. “The energy of the call felt like a press briefing for kindergartners,” he said.

While the Biden regime tries to influence young social media influencers to deliver a message that’s in line with the White House messaging, social media oligarchs like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, and Google CEO Sudar Pichai currently have the ultimate power to determine which messaging will or will not be allowed on their social media platforms. For too long, these four individuals have been given too much control over the political narrative—all of that is about to change, as the world is demanding that social media platforms provide them the opportunity to speak freely.

On Wednesday, President Trump was interviewed by YouTube’s number one podcasters, the NELK boys, on “Full Send Podcast.” YouTube removed the podcast after only a few hours, claiming it violated their policy on misinformation.

Aaron Parnas has recently emerged as a powerful TikTok influencer by providing nonstop news updates about Ukraine. On the night of Russia’s invasion, he hosted TikTok live streams discussing the events to over 800,000 viewers. Since then, each day he has posted videos breaking down news about the war every 45 minutes from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Parnas said that his news was not partisan and that he was getting information directly from reputable sources in the country, such as his family members there, local Ukrainian journalists and Ukrainian television. “I love my father, but I am not my father,” he said.

Within hours of the briefing’s conclusion, the influencers began blasting out messaging to their millions of followers. A video posted by Marcus DiPaola, a news creator on TikTok, offered key takeaways from the meeting in a video that has been viewed more than 300,000 views.

@marcus.dipaolaMAR 10 — Background briefing♬ original sound – Marcus DiPaola

Greene also posted a recap, adding his own critical analysis at the end, calling out the Biden administration for not “acknowledging its role in other occupations and invasions around the world.”

@kahlilgreene The White House invited content creators to learn more about the crisis in Ukraine. #hiddenhistory #ukraine #blackcommunitytiktok ♬ original sound – Kahlil

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