Donald Trump is a prolific user of Twitter. His administration has acknowledged that Trump’s tweet posts are official administration statements. As of yesterday, Trump has 35.9 million Twitter followers. Within minutes of Trump posting a tweet, thousands of followers amplify that message across the Twitter sphere. There are reports that many of Donald Trump’s Twitter followers are bots – programs that automatically take a Trump tweet and retweet it across Twitter giving it the illusion of much support. There have also been reports of Trump supporters unleashing Twitter bots supporting the Trump agenda. Bloomberg recently reported how Brad Parscale, the Trump Campaign’s digital guru, would create social media content attacking Hillary Clinton and others by targeting specific content to users based on their social media profile.
Donald Trump effectively leveraged social media and continues to do so. There are ongoing investigations looking into whether Donald Trump aided, or colluded with Russia through disinformation campaigns through social media during the election.
As many as 4 million of Trump’s Twitter followers are fake accounts, according to online sleuths who are profiling Trump’s Twitter followers. Regardless, Trump’s use of Twitter is magnified exponentially across social media and on the news. Even fake news perpetuated by Trump ends up on national news reports.
Ever since Donald Trump was elected, I have been creating graphics, or memes, that I post regularly on Twitter and sometimes on Facebook. But I am one person against an army of millions of Trump bots and surrogates.
I want my graphics to make an impact.
Unlike the typical Donald Trump supporter – the white, non-college educated and typically unemployed – the rest of us must make a living. As such, we don’t have the time to tweet about Donald Trump or his policies. But I know many want to.
As a response, I created a Donald Trump Tweet Engine to make it easy for anyone, with or without a Twitter account to tweet on the fly.
All you do is select one of my images, add your 140-character message, and click ‘submit’.
Voila, your tweet is delivered to Twitter.
You can even send it directly to Donald Trump by adding his Twitter handle: @realDonaldTrump
You can add hashtags as well. For example, the Make America Great Again hashtag is #maga
Give it a try today, you don’t need a Twitter account nor do you need to create an account on my APP. All you need to do is select an image, add your comments and click ‘submit’.