Ok-pop followers have been trolling Donald Trump on the web as soon as once more, flooding a brand new hashtag with images of pancakes.
Yesterday (November 14), Trump supporters held a ‘Million MAGA March’ in Washington DC, supporting the outgoing President’s ongoing authorized efforts towards President-elect Joe Biden following the 2020 US election.
The hashtag #MillionMAGAMarch has been utilized by Trump supporters on Twitter in step with the march, and actor Shea Depmore began the concept for the hijack, saying: “We are not going to go and counter-protest in person. We’re gonna take over their hashtag instead.”
She then requested followers to “fill the hashtag MillionMAGAMarch here on Twitter, anywhere that has hashtags with pancakey goodness.” She additionally instructed followers use the #MAPA2020 hashtag (‘Make America Pancakes Again’).
“For all those denial ridden, racist, homophobes out there. Here’s some rainbow pancakes,” one wrote on Twitter.
— Kristina (@kkeller617) November 14, 2020
One other added: “Nothing flips blue like blueberry pancakes and maybe Arizona.”
— Want2Write (@Want2game) November 14, 2020
— field of rats (@melodiemain) November 13, 2020
— fifi (@fifismochi) November 14, 2020
— ValsKomida (@VKomida) November 14, 2020
Celebrities have additionally been getting concerned with the hashtag. George Takei tweeted: “#MillionMAGAMarch is…pancakes. And if you’re planning on going, please reconsider. Stay home. Let the incels shout into the wind.”
#MillionMAGAMarch is…pancakes. And in case you’re planning on going, please rethink. Keep residence. Let the incels shout into the wind. https://t.co/B4nMn2T6VV
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) November 14, 2020
Earlier this 12 months, Ok-pop followers trolled President Trump by registering tons of of hundreds of pretend tickets for a Trump rally in Oklahoma.
Trump held a gathering in Tulsa in July, reporting earlier than the occasion that one million individuals had registered for tickets.
The occasion was poorly attended, although, and as the New York Instances report, the discrepancy of ticket requests to attendees seemingly got here from an undercover marketing campaign by Ok-Pop followers to sabotage the occasion.
New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lauded the Ok-Pop followers and TikTokers for his or her work in registering the faux tickets, writing: “You just got ROCKED by teens on TikTok who flooded the Trump campaign w/ fake ticket reservations & tricked you into believing a million people wanted your white supremacist open mic enough to pack an arena during COVID.”