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Tom of Temecula

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Sat Nov 25, 2023, 11:29 AM Nov 2023

Gen Z Sparks Viral Movement To Re-Elect President Biden and Vice President Harris [View all]

Ignore what the mainstream media is trying to push. The Democratic electorate stands firmly with President Biden and Vice President Harris in their reelection efforts. Last week, I wrote an op-ed arguing that as a 24 year old, I am voting for the Biden-Harris ticket in 2024 because the Biden Administration has done more for young people than any prior Administration in our nation's history. Oh, and the alternative candidate (Donald Trump) would be absolutely devastating for our country.

The opinion piece, which originally started as a short tweet, sparked a viral trend to show support for the Biden-Harris agenda. Americans across our country, many with large platforms, took to Twitter to show their support for President Biden. Take for example Gen Z activist Olivia Julianna (21 years old) and Star Trek Actor George Takei (86 years old).

In total, over one million accounts online viewed these viral tweets, sharing them to their own audiences. In fact, this support was not just coming from those with large followings. Thousands of Americans online voiced their support for the Administration and pledged their support heading into 2024 for the Biden-Harris campaign.

The virality of this campaign (which was not coordinated) demonstrates two key points. First, the mainstream media, which earns money off of creating controversy, does not represent the general electorate. Pushing polls that demonstrate President Biden's weaknesses only go to serve the media's bottomline. This should not shock you. In 2016, the media helped propel Donald Trump to the White House. And, in 2020, that same media featured Trump more than any other Democratic candidate to create controversy amongst the general electorate.

https://www.meidastouch.com/news/gen-z-sparks-viral-movement-to-re-elect-president-biden-and-vice-president-harris


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Kick & Rec !!! Jacob2 Nov 2023 #1
As Biden has said more than a few times... calguy Nov 2023 #2
Biden won the popular vote by 7 million in 2020. Elessar Zappa Nov 2023 #3
I can't think of a single thing Trump has done to increase his support since he left office. sop Nov 2023 #5
There are fewer signs for him now here and in Oklahoma ArkansasDemocrat1 Nov 2023 #15
plus a lot of unvaxxed Republicans have died from Covid LymphocyteLover Nov 2023 #28
And he's 100% correct. paleotn Nov 2023 #6
Elections are public transportation Bettie Nov 2023 #42
K&R! (Edited - I meant Gen Z!) redqueen Nov 2023 #4
Granted, but in general, there views are much more liberal than my generation. Particularly on social issues. paleotn Nov 2023 #7
And it is likely few of them answer the phone if they don't know the caller, so not participating in polls Attilatheblond Nov 2023 #12
I don't answer unfamiliar numbers now ArkansasDemocrat1 Nov 2023 #16
For the millionth time ExWhoDoesntCare Nov 2023 #26
still, you have to wonder how representative the people responding are LymphocyteLover Nov 2023 #29
Also, for the millionth time, many, if not most won't respond to emailed polls either. Attilatheblond Nov 2023 #30
Ok sure we can do it Nov 2023 #38
Won't answer unknown callers, email, or text. Voicemail is deliberately kaput. Hermit-The-Prog Nov 2023 #41
Over the summer, I participated in online surveys to pick up a few bucks Wednesdays Nov 2023 #45
YyyyuuuuP! That came up at Thanksgiving dinner for my family. AnrothElf Nov 2023 #34
My kids have informed me that Bettie Nov 2023 #43
GenX was about as evenly split as boomers in the 2020 presidential election, 51/48 Biden. WhiskeyGrinder Nov 2023 #14
Yeah, I misstyped - meant Gen Z redqueen Nov 2023 #17
DU REC yardwork Nov 2023 #8
Very hopeful Bayard Nov 2023 #9
Well done. One dimensional thinking in much of the MSM. Imagine! paleotn Nov 2023 #10
I think the polls are overblown Takket Nov 2023 #11
Biden Started Campaigning About 15 Minutes Ago ProfessorGAC Nov 2023 #32
Don't forget to mention drumpf's said he 'killed Roe v. Wade' Justice matters. Nov 2023 #39
That's refreshing. We've got some people here hell-bent on insisting the total opposite... Hekate Nov 2023 #13
76yr and 75 married 53 years with a 50 year old son and we aren't changing our Democratic leanings in this election..... usaf-vet Nov 2023 #18
I'm sure it was not lost on Gen Z that President Biden has so far canceled billions of dollars of student loan debt! LaMouffette Nov 2023 #19
And they are the age to need abortions and birth control Tree Lady Nov 2023 #25
There is one repayment plan you missed. Butterflylady Nov 2023 #31
I hunted this down and posted on the thread yellowdogintexas Nov 2023 #20
This message was self-deleted by its author BootinUp Nov 2023 #21
Glad To See This... GB_RN Nov 2023 #22
Same Lemon Lyman Nov 2023 #40
Well put. Colorful -- even poetic -- vocabulary housecat Nov 2023 #44
I agree, moneyed interests have moved in and try to take over what Americans are really talking SWBTATTReg Nov 2023 #23
How to know the traitor media are traitors ExWhoDoesntCare Nov 2023 #27
How true.... Butterflylady Nov 2023 #33
Enthusiastic K & R n/t Alice Kramden Nov 2023 #24
YES!!! Think. Again. Nov 2023 #35
One way to look at these dead heat polls they are showing Mr.Bill Nov 2023 #36
K&R betsuni Nov 2023 #37
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