Okay-Pop Stans Flood Twitter Hashtag for MillionMAGAMarch With Pancake Pics To Sabotage It – Memes

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The Okay-pop military has assembled, as soon as once more — this time to overhaul a Twitter hashtag for a pro-Donald Trump rally! The occasion has utilized for a allow that might permit 10,000 individuals to attend in Washington, D.C.

In the event you search for #MillionMAGAMarch on Twitter, you’ll be greeted with a timeline of pancake footage. That is because of the doing of the Okay-pop stans, who joined forces to overhaul the Million MAGA March’s Twitter hashtag on Nov. 13! The hashtag was initially created to advertise a rally for Donald Trump, who’s stirring unrest amongst his supporters with continued allegations of voter fraud after many media retailers declared Joe Biden to be the next president of the USA on Nov. 7.

The rally — which has filed a allow utility for 10,000 individuals to attend the occasion — is ready to happen in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 14, in keeping with the Washingtonian. The rally will reportedly finish with a march to the Supreme Court docket, and to sabotage MAGA supporters’ makes an attempt to attach on Twitter this Saturday, Okay-pop stans flooded the #MillionMAGAMarch hashtag with pancake footage. You possibly can check out a few of finest beneath.

“Only a kpop stan, making an attempt to spoil the #MillionMAGAMarch with pictures of pancakes. take a look at this one, it’s an entire coral reef on a pancake. i fckn find it irresistible,” one Okay-pop stan tweeted over a stack of notably BLUE pancakes, and one other fellow Okay-pop devotee wrote over a pancake GIF, “#MillionMAGAMarch A KPop INFINITE Stan making an attempt to spoil this thread with Pancakes.”

The development quickly caught on to individuals exterior the K-pop fandom, who cherished the concept of spamming Trump’s supporters with pancakes whereas concurrently staying secure at residence as a substitute of counter-protesting in individual. “The kpop stans are hilarious. So we’re all simply spamming the #MillionMAGAMarch tomorrow with every kind of pancake love, huh? Let’s have enjoyable then,” one such individual tweeted, including, “NO COUNTER PROTESTING IN D.C TOMORROW.” Individuals began getting inventive with their pancake posts past the buttermilk selection, like one one who resurfaced an outdated pancake problem from Season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race:

Though the election was known as on Nov. 7, Trump has but to formally concede to Biden and his administration has filed a number of lawsuits in an try and problem the election outcomes. Nevertheless, Biden — alongside along with his working mate Kamala Harris, who’s now the vice president-elect — each delivered victory speeches after the election was known as.