This is too funny.
If the press wanted to use free Wi-Fi at the recent Trump rally in Valdosta, Georgia they had to type the truth.
It was reported that the Wi-Fi network name was Make America Great Again and the password was RiggedElection!
Now imagine this all the liberal media and so-called Conservative networks setting up their equipment and asking for the password only to find out its Rigged Election!
The Trump campaign was totally trolling the mainstream media last night but who wouldn’t?
Anyone need the WiFi password?
@ Trump Victory Rally 12/5/20 pic.twitter.com/jMiXstClEB
— Jenn Pellegrino OAN 🇺🇸 (@JennPellegrino) December 6, 2020
The WiFi password at the GA Trump/GOP Senator rally. The MSM has to type this in to connect. pic.twitter.com/HrlsqKj7Qj
— Matthew Perdie (@PerdieXAmerica) December 5, 2020
The WiFi password at Trump’s rally for Loeffler and Perdue, in case anyone has early questions about the President’s essential themes. pic.twitter.com/zXgv32f2Jk
— Cleve R. Wootson Jr. (@CleveWootson) December 5, 2020
The National File reported these details on the story:
President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak in Georgia today in a stump appearance for Republican Senate candidates Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue, and has named the media’s WiFi router “Make America Great Again”, and the password to gain access, “RiggedElection!”
In what must be a frustrating and traumatic experience for mainstream media reporters and cameramen, Breitbart News videographer Matthew Perdie reveals that the Trump campaign is forcing them to access an America First Internet router using “RiggedElection!” as the password if they want to work during his event.
Check out the press WiFi password tonight at the Trump Georgia rally!
Fake News media has to type this in if they want WiFi. 🤣
— Fukushima Exposed🇨🇦 (@fukushimaexpos2) December 6, 2020
The Daily Mail chipped in also:
Nearly every member of the press present at President Trump’s rally in Georgia on Saturday night typed the words he had been wanting to hear since early November.
‘Rigged Election!’ journalists typed into their laptops and cellphones as the rally got underway.
Unfortunately for Trump, it wasn’t a story they were writing but the Wifi password at the venue – the latest effort by the president’s campaign to troll members of the press.
Fake News media has to type this in if they want WiFi. 😉 pic.twitter.com/q4blSvcla8
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) December 5, 2020