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#Trump2024ToSaveAmerica Hijacked — “It’s A Terrorist Slogan”

Donald Trump returned to the rally scene Saturday evening, bolstering his ego with a crowd of fans in Ohio. The hashtag #Trump2024ToSaveAmerica began to circulate among his supporters. It didn’t last long, though — the hashtag was quickly taken over by social media users happy to explain everything wrong with the idea of another round of Trump presidency.

WELLINGTON, OHIO – JUNE 26: Former US President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally at the Lorain County Fairgrounds on June 26, 2021 in Wellington, Ohio. Trump is in Ohio to campaign for his former White House advisor Max Miller. Miller is challenging incumbent Rep. Anthony Gonzales in the 16th congressional district GOP primary. This is Trump’s first rally since leaving office. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The timing! Trump returns to the rally circuit just as his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani has his law license suspended for election lies, and as the District Attorney for the Southern District of New York moves in and is predicted to be bringing indictments in the next week.

Still, he has a significant fan base, and they began circulating a hashtag in his support: #Trump2024ToSaveAmerica. (Trump has floated the idea of running again but has not officially declared candidacy.)

By evening, pollster Frank Luntz was pointing out that the KPop stans, who have been helping to drown out some of the sycophancy by hijacking far-right hashtags with music videos, hadn’t shown up yet.

It didn’t take too long for the gap to be filled though — with memes, photoshops comparing Trump to Adolf Hitler, reminders of just how bad Trump was in office, clips highlighting the worst bits of the rally, and warnings that these rallies are just another grift to cover Trump’s financial struggles.

There are still Trump supporters using the hashtag and praising the rally — such as the Iowa Young Republicans.

However, they’re fewer and farther between, with #Trump2020ToSaveAmerica being utterly flooded with anti-Trump memes, clips, and views.



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