Democrat data analytics firm Hawkfish revealed a social media campaign aimed at persuading voters to reject election night results, The National Pulse can reveal.
Hawkfish, funded by failed Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, is the same firm that concocted the “red mirage” narrative. In an interview with Axios, the firm’s CEO insisted that despite President Trump likely winning an “incredible victory” with the Electoral College on election night, “when every legitimate vote is tallied and we get to that final day, which will be someday after Election Day, it will in fact show that what happened on election night was exactly that, a mirage.”
In other words, President Trump will win the election on November 3rd, but mail-in ballots will continue to trickle in over the following days that will reverse the result to reveal a victory for Joe Biden.
And Hawkfish’s November 1st report entitled “Red Mirage Update” divulges how the Democratic National Committee-funded firm plans on weaponizing social media to mainstream their narratives about election night.
One of the six slides from the “Content For Election Week” portion of the 28-page report insists that its content creators deploy humor, for it “can soften the attack, making it more effective.”
The following page reveals Hawkfish numbers suggesting an ad featuring a football player slamming a football into the ground with the text “Americans know…” accompanied by a picture of baby with the text “TOO SOON!” The firm alleges the ad shifted people from three to 11 percentage points on believing it would, overall, take election results longer to be returned in 2020 than usual.
The following four slides reveal mock content aimed at cautioning against “celebrating early” and encouraging patience in voters. Content aimed at delaying Americans’ expectations for election results.
To do so, Hawkfish uses both video and still-image content.
The report confirms that Democrats are keen on contesting the election to secure a victory for Biden – and willing to deploy legions on social media to con American voters into believing that a delay in election night results is expected.
After all, Hawkfish believes President Trump is “likely” to win on election night, so their months-long plan to discredit the belief election results will be apparent on November 3rd is a clear attack to undermine President Trump.