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Thursday, September 14, 2023

VIDEO: Vivek Ramaswamy and Jake Paul dancing together on TikTok after having dinner date

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Vivek Ramaswamy and Jake Paul dancing together on TikTok after having dinner date.

"Had dinner with Jake Paul on Sunday. He changed my mind and convinced me to join TikTok," the politician wrote. "Yes, kids under age 16 shouldn't be using it, but the fact is that many young voters are and we're not going to change this country without winning. We can't just talk about the importance of the GOP 'reaching young voters' while hiding in our own echo chambers."

Although Joe Biden has in the past teamed up with TikTok influencers to sway youth voters, staff officials were asked in 2020 to remove the app from work devices. Biden is now threatening a nationwide TikTok ban, and the president’s reelection campaign announced it would no longer have an official TikTok account because of national-security concerns. 

Candidates who avoid TikTok absolutely miss out on attracting hyper-online youth. But is there any evidence to prove that an active TikTok presence aids candidates more than a stubborn stance against the CCP-run platform would?

That's because the influencer-turned-boxer apparently convinced the Republican Presidential candidate to join TikTok.

In an X (formerly Twitter) post Wednesday, the Ramaswamy said that during a recent dinner with Paul, he was encouraged to join the platform in an attempt to reach young voters.

Former GOP Pennsylvania candidate Mehmet Oz ran the most popular senatorial TikTok account during his campaign. He amassed 1.2 million followers, and posted videos of himself dancing in the kitchen and criticizing his Democratic opponent, John Fetterman. Yet the youth still favored Fetterman, who had a measly 128,000 TikTok followers, by 70 percent. It might be different in a presidential election — Oz was already a popular figure, and his TikTok following no doubt expanded past Pennsylvania. But his million-plus follower surplus didn’t save him, not by a long shot.

"It's bad when the CCP collects data from U.S. users via TikTok," he noted, "but the truth is it's no better when 'American' companies like Airbnb do the same thing by handing over U.S. user data to China, and we're not going to get China to play by the same set of rules until we win this thing."


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