Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Another Lie: Two Million of Hillary’s Twitter Followers are Fake or Dormant Accounts

Although Hillary Clinton boasts of 3.6 million Twitter followers, they seem to stay very, very quiet.

A silent majority? Nope, they are just fake, “followers” purchased from shady brokers to make it look like America’s favorite grandma is actually more popular than she really is.

I know, I know, you’re as shocked as I am that Hillary — Hillary! — would do something dishonest like this. But it appears to be so.

According to two popular online measuring tools, no more than 44 per cent of Clinton’s Twitter fan base consists of real people who are active in using the social media platform. And at least 15 per cent – more than 544,000 – are completely fake, just dummy accounts created by shady brokers to sell to shady clients.

StatusPeople.com, the oldest publicly available Twitter-auditing tool, reports that 44 per cent of the former secretary of state’s followers are likely real, 15 per cent are out and out fake and 41 per cent are “inactive,” meaning that they never tweet or reply to any tweets.

Brokers love the latter category. Inactive accounts are real per se, in that they were created by real people but for whatever reason are no longer in use. Think about your mom, who created a Twitter account one day after reading about social media in AARP magazine. Mom send out a “Hello, world!” initial Tweet and then never messed with the thing again.

Just four per cent of Obama’s Twitter followers, by comparison, are considered fake.

The new measurements will add to the Clinton presidential campaign’s embarrassment following news on Tuesday that a large number of her Facebook fans represent “likes” that were purchased rather than earned.