Fake followers for a fake President.
Everything about this guy is fake! his fake inauguration, his fake speeches, and now his fake supporters on Twitter.
Certain media personalities will sometimes pay for followers on online media platforms; this is inflationary and leads to problems later on, but people still do it to make themselves look cool.
The current ‘President” of The United States should be above this behavior, but who am I kidding? It’s Joe Biden! of course he is not above this type of behavior.
His Youtube analytics also point to the same thing: no one likes this man. He has a MASSIVE downvote to upvote ratio.
Apparently, Youtube wasted no time cooking the numbers for this crook too.
Take a look:
The Gateway Pundit had more:
Big Tech and Team Biden are working feverishly to manipulate the public into believing the newly sworn in dictator is actually adored by millions.
Twitter appears to be creating fake accounts to follow Biden and give his ostensibly dismal popularity a boost, in yet another pitiful attempt to convince the world that the scandal-plagued Democrat won the presidential election by an unprecedented and unrealistic 81 million American votes.
Twitter user Bre Wylde cautions, “Joe’s been getting 100,000 followers on twitter every day! Except they’re ALL FAKE!!”
An earlier report from Newsweek confirmed this:
Joe Biden's Twitter account got a sizable boost beginning in August from tens of thousands of fake followers purchased on the open market from troll farms in rural India, an investigation has found.
Within two weeks of Biden selecting Kamala Harris as his running mate on August 12, his Twitter following jumped by 738,595 new followers—a 9.1 percent leap. The number hit 11 million by the third week of October.
A close examination has revealed unusual patterns. A large number of Twitter accounts that followed Biden's appear to have been created exclusively for that purpose. And a large number of the users are located in small towns in rural India—in places where English-speakers are rare, and from handles run by people who don't speak English as their first language, nor appear to be genuinely invested in American politics.