TikTok is the go-to place for people from third world vapors looking to breach America, specifically Manhattan. No lawyers, forms, or research is necessary. China has removed the guesswork on breaking and entering. There are testimonials from hot women and instructional videos from scrappy men who’ve arrived, detailing everything from what words to use, soft entrance points, and where to stay (Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan). Invading America looks fun, easy, and certainly rewarding.
Whether this is true or not isn’t the point -this is the image presented on TikTok and it seems pretty clear why. Encouraging as many people from warzones, dysfunctional regimes, and cultures at odds with the American Judeo Christian ethos to flood America is good for everyone wanting America to fail, including Democrats.
Amassing over billions of views overall and nearly 100 million in the past 30 days on TikTok is #asilo. Analytics breaks down which age group this appeals to; 60% 18-24 year olds, 21% 25-34 year olds, and 19% 35 years and older.
American dream, or #suenoamericano, racks up the views on TikTok as well. 13 million views in the past 30 days and 308 million views overall. The interest level has a similar demographic to that of #asilo.
Then, it gets worse. If you enter #inmigracion on TikTok, you notice it garners 150 million views in the past 30 days and over 3 billion overall views. Just like the two hashtags above, the interest level is highest amongst fighting age men.
These three hashtags are a drop in the bucket; there are countless variations totalling over billions of views. America has a population of approximately 331.9 million people. Can we take a billion people? What about 5 billion people? Adams hasn’t given a cut-off number. Can Manhattan take a billion people?
Another similarity for all these hashtags is that there’s overlap in countries where they’re trending. This should come at no surprise; Mexico, Peru, Colombia, and Chile are repeat offenders. Pakistan is also interested in TikTok’s #asylum with 422K in the past 30 days and 1 billion views overall.
Now here’s something to note, The following countries have the highest number of smartphone users: China (1.6 billion), India (1.28 billion), Indonesia (386 million), United States (327 million), Brazil (284 million), Russia (256 million), Nigeria (167 million), and Bangladesh (166 million). As per Pew Research Center, Middle Eastern countries in particular have high rates of smartphone ownership, including 80% in Lebanon and 76% in Jordan and 18-29 year olds are the demographic using their devices the most. They have access to the internet and to TikTok.
The countries that are relying on TikTok are ever evolving. What is interesting is that during the COVID pandemic, social media platforms suppressed and refused information that was counter to the globalist agenda of lockdowns and “vaccines.” When it comes to invading America, it appears that China has, if not boosted the algorithm, done nothing to hamper the worst sort of people from coming.
The Catch-22 is this; calls to ban TikTok are met with cries about being anti the First Amendment. Naturally, this is from those that are against the First Amendment, all amendments, and in fact, the United States Constitution.