Fake president has 20m fake Twitter followers

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scar-666What’s that scar on Obama’s head?
(I put the red dots over the 666 above his ear so you can better see the sinister numbers.)

David Martosko

Among influential U.S. political tweeters, President Barack Obama is the undisputed king of the fake followers. A MailOnline analysis ranks his sizable Twitter following as the most deceptive total among the 21 most influential accounts run by American politicians: More than 19.5 million of his 36.9 million Twitter followers are accounts that don’t correspond to real people.

The four phoniest accounts in the sample, which included Democratic and Republican Party leaders in Washington, D.C., were those belonging to President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, first lady Michelle Obama and the White House communications shop.

Of the president’s 36.9 million Twitter followers, an astonishing 53 per cent – or 19.5 million – are fake accounts, according to a search engine at the Internet research vendor StatusPeople.com. Just 20 per cent of Obama’s Twitter buddies are real people who are active users.

Overall, the five most influential accounts linked to the Obama administration – the first lady has two – account for 23.4 million fake followers.

Biden’s nonexistent fans make up 46 per cent of his Twitter total, with 20 per cent being ‘real’ followers. The White House’s followers are 37 per cent fake and 25 per cent active; the first lady’s primary account is 36 per cent fake and 29 per cent active.

The Daily Caller reported on Tuesday that Michelle Obama’s Twitter followers included nearly 2 million nonexistent people, a number that lines up with MailOnline’s findings.

Fake Twitter followers seem to be chasing U.S. politicians on both sides of the aisle, but Barack Obama is the undisputed champ

A matched ticket: Vice President Biden's fake-follower ranking was 46 per cent, with just one-fifth of his supposed Twitter audience consisting of human beings who are actually listening

A matched ticket: Vice President Biden’s fake-follower ranking was 46 per cent, with just one-fifth of his supposed Twitter audience consisting of human beings who are actually listening

Michelle Obama's complaints about Americans' diet and exercise are falling on deaf ears, at least among the 71 per cent of her Twitter followers who aren't tuning in

Michelle Obama’s complaints about Americans’ diet and exercise are falling on deaf ears, at least among the 71 per cent of her Twitter followers who aren’t tuning in

The difference between fake followers and ‘real’ ones is comprised of ‘inactive’ accounts, which may relate to real people but no longer send tweets with any regularity.

Here are the fakest of fake Twitter politicians (click below to enlarge):fake Twitter accounts
Read the rest of the Daily Mail article here.

H/t FOTM’s Joseph!


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0 responses to “Fake president has 20m fake Twitter followers

  1. That’s a huge ego.To create fake fans…Fools, the lot of them

  2. This is an angle I didn’t expect, but it fits the disparity we saw in the last presidential campaign, where Obama couldn’t fill a stadium to save his life, but the news media continued to trumpet nonsense about his popularity. I suspect this Twitter fraud is very similar in proportion to his vote fraud.

  3. The number of live people on Obama’s account are actually much lower than mentioned. Many liberals have multiple accounts that they rotate using. They do that to keep pushing their agenda on the same issue. To many posts by one person can get them cut off. Obama’s followers are much lower than mentioned. There are not even a thousand people that talk on his Facebook account. Its always the same people using multiple accounts.

  4. Shocker, not…

  5. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this fascinating disclosure of continuing fraud and dishonesty of the king, his wife and his v.p. Narcissism requires this kind of falsehood so that they can deceive others and feed their sick egos.

  6. I think all the regular people here know I am not an Obama supporter but in fairness … and the beast has a number and that number is six-hundred and sixty and six … not 666.

    • Having studied most of the scriptures in their original languages and many of the books that are not included in the canonical scriptures, I would be happy to hear the reason behind the down vote and have that debate out in the open.

      • I didn’t vote up or down on your post, but I’d love to hear the explanation from you as to how numbering anti-Christ as 600 and 60 and 6, is some how different from numbering him as 666–I’ve recently come across those who seem to understand what the angel said to the apostle John as being somewhat like the way you understand his meaning but need some kind of explanation from someone as to why–could it be that anti-Christ’s numbers are this–600,606–?–if so, what would that work out to being when Hebrew letters are subbed for the numbers?–since it’s ‘the number of his name’, as the angel tells us in Revelation–I really would like the explanation–thanks.:)

        • First, thank you for a civil response LOL I am a firm believer in the scriptures and exchanging ideas as God opens all of our hearts differently. I also believe as it is noted that the will of God is that all men come to an accurate understanding of the truth and through that find salvation, Unfortunately, far too many people and even religions view their personal interpretation of the truth as the only correct answer whereas I believe in the scriptures that reminds us to use these scriptures to build each other up and not to tear each other down.
          My first point of contention is the scripture itself. “And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” The inclusion of the conjunction “or” indicates that the mark, the name and the number are all different items that while related, are not necessarily one and the same and in all likelihood are very different. Whether or not it is the valuation of the name, it is not the proverbial “mark of the beast” any more than the upside down cross is symbolic of Satanism. If the passage is literal and required a literal mark, it would be on the forehead and not over the ear. If in fact, the passage is figurative or symbolic, it could refer to anything including the thoughts and given what we know of the frontal lobes, perhaps even the actions of an individual though what it would actually be is open to conjecture and yours is surely as good as mine.
          The second difficulty I faced is that all indications are that the Apostle John may have been on the island of Patmos when he wrote the book of Revelations but we also know that he was from Israel. If the book was written in the Hebrew of the day the entire system of mathematics and the phrases itself changes. If it was written in the Greek of the day there is an larger number of issues. If it was written in the Greek as it seems in my experience anyhow that most scholars believe, the word “calculate” is used … to calculate, not to add. It should also be noted that the triple “hex” (or Greek 6) did not come into scriptures until the counsels at Nicea and Constantinople (Also known as Byzantine and Istanbul today) had completed and were likely written there. Some earlier versions of the Greek Orthodox scriptures have what would be … and please note, they had no value for zero at the time so the entire field of mathematics was substantially different than what we would recognize with today’s use of the Indian/Arabic numerals that we use now … but some scriptures from the Byzantine or Constantine period (around the same time as the integration of many pagan customs into the “Christian” system) use the number that would be equivalent to 616 in our mathematical, place-based, base-ten system. One manuscript uses a number that would be equivalent to 605 but since this is a very isolated exception, I generally dismissed that one at least from my studies. However, going back to the earlier manuscripts before the counsels took place, back likely in the days of scholars such as Josephus, it looks to be an actual valuation for the name … and I hope I can explain this properly …
          Given the use of the same characters for letters and numbers, it is difficult to explain but however that name may have been calculated, it would have been possible for the person “with wisdom” to look at the value of those in question at the time and place a physical, mathematical value on a person of the day. Without a lot of missing information it would be virtually impossible to go backwards and find that person.
          For example, I may tell you here that the only person the left hates more than Rush Limbaugh has a number (a value as there were no numbers but only letters remember) and that value (or number) is 57 and 23 and 50. Let him who has wisdom, calculate the number.
          You may be tempted to add the three and come up with 130 but that would only confuse the issue. You may note by the 23 (W being the 23rd letter in our current alphabet) that this is in fact a numerical representation of George W. Bush. However, even if you knew that, it may very well be a :”numeric value” for a great many other people depending on how the math was done … and as the scriptures also show us, there are a great many anti-christs and not just “The” Anti-Christ … as anyone who is against the Christ is one … but that is another topic altogether.
          Mind you, this is all supposition and I must admit that Revelations is an exceedingly difficult study for me but much of what we “interpret” from the scriptures is based on how God opens our hearts which is why I believe personally it is so important to share ideas … preferably to build each other up and without the antagonism brought about by far too many religions that teach the tenets of the religion and not that each heart is unknown to all but God and as such, we cannot judge but should build up in the truth and we certainly cannot teach our own interpretation as the only correct one.

  7. PS Apologies for both hijacking the thread and the verbosity of my response … as well as the delay in replying as I was not subscribed to this thread … but found it as I spend entirely too much time here :/

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