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Some of the same sorts of far-left political figures who’d like to empower pimple-faced children with the power to vote erupted in teenage-like giddiness Saturday evening after word emerged that President Donald Trump had allegedly been pranked, tee-hee.

“Social media was abuzz Saturday night with claims that President Trump opponents, many of them teenagers and K-Pop fans, guaranteed that hundreds, even thousands of seats for the Tulsa rally remained empty — by bulk ‘reserving’ tickets they had no intention of using,” the New York Post reported early Sunday.

Dubbed “Zoomers” (a nickname for kids born in the late 1990s and early 2000s), these children allegedly gobbled up free Trump rally tickets so as to trick the president’s campaign into believing more people would attend than actually would.

The dishonest trick seemingly worked.

Prior to the president’s first “post”-coronavirus rally Saturday in Tulsa, both he and his 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale, were under the impression up to a million supporters were intent on showing up for the event:

Yet far fewer wound up turning out for reasons that still remain unclear, though radical left-wing political figures like socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and former “Never Trump” Republican turned deranged left-wing zealot Steve Schmidt are deadset convinced the lower turnout was due to the “Zoomer” prank.

In tweets posted late Saturday and early Sunday, the duo not only praised the “Zoomers” for their dirty prank but also smeared the president’s rally as a “white supremacist” event.

Look:

Notice how AOC called the rally a “white supremacist open mic” and Schmidt proudly claimed his 16-year-old daughter was among the “Zoomers” who’d allegedly pranked the president. Talk about some typical Democrat-styled parenting in a nutshell …

To be clear, the rally was not a white supremacist event, not that facts matter:

The irony is that neither these “Zoomers” nor their adult enablers had said or done a thing when looters, rioters and murderers had ravaged cities across America earlier this month. Talk about some Democrat-styled values in a nutshell …

Further irony can be found in the fact that TikTok, the app used by the “Zoomers” to prank Trump, is operated by a country that practices actual supremacist behavior by throwing certain minorities into reeducation camps and turning them into veritable labor slaves.

“Since spring 2017, the Chinese government has placed vast numbers of Turkic minorities into internment camps, which it refers to as ‘reeducation camps,’ in the northwestern Xinjiang region,” Foreign Policy magazine reported in December.

“This March, it claimed that these supposed students would gradually be released into work placements. Data such as this supports this claim, but not in the way that the government is trying to sell it.”

Rather, it is part of a rapidly growing set of evidence for how Beijing’s long-term strategy to subdue its northwestern minorities is predicated upon a perverse and intrusive combination of coercive labor, intergenerational separation, and complete social control.”

The “Zoomers” who use TikTok likely don’t know any of this because they’re children, which some might argue is an understandable excuse. As for why grown adults like AOC and Schmidt don’t know, perhaps they’re just idiots? Who knows …

Vivek Saxena

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