OK, so try to follow me on this one it’s a little weird.
HOW ARE PEOPLE STILL FALLING FOR THIS LMAO https://t.co/vxrQ2BUS8c— JERRY DUNLEAVY (@JerryDunleavy) December 13, 2019
There’s a weird story out on social media that the Bloomberg campaign put out this really dumb video of people singing in support of his presidential run, and then fired the guys that made it when it turned out to be an embarrassment.
So the campaign tried to get out the word that this isn’t from them:
So now they’re pretending that they were fired from the campaign:
This is how I find out I’ve been let go from the Bloomberg campaign. I’m devastated. This is not how you treat your staffers. You can’t silence me from the things I know. This is not the end. #DropOutBloomberg https://t.co/eCHKU8qJ09— Nick Ciarelli (@nickciarelli) December 13, 2019
And the other guy “quit” from a campaign he wasn’t really on:
This is disgusting. The Bloomberg campaign can find a new social media coordinator because I quit. This is just one of many examples of abuse on unpaid interns I’ve heard about. This is no way to run a campaign. #dropoutbloomberg https://t.co/UvxTQdkGE6— Brad Evans (@bradfordevans) December 13, 2019
Then he posts this “proof” that the thing was orchestrated:
But I mean, anyone can just type that out.
And now people are tweeting under the hashtag as if it actually happened and they are outraged:
And now it’s trending:
Soooo. That’s happening. Pretty clever. And pretty funny. Will it make any difference at all? Likely not. The only way this gets bigger is if the Bloomberg campaign stupidly responds. Then it becomes a huge news story. If they ignore it, it’ll just be a stupid curiosity that died on Twitter….