Popular TikToker Alleges Funding to Spread Pro-Biden Propaganda Online

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OAN’s Brooke Mallory
11:04 AM – Monday, April 29, 2024

A popular TikTok user and OnlyFans creator is claiming that she was paid to promote “political propaganda” for the Biden administration on social media and that she was instructed to conceal the fact that it was subliminal advertising.


Following President Joe Biden’s nomination of then-Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, Farha Khalidi said that she had been asked to brag about and uplift the judge to her tens of thousands of social media followers.

“I was doing full-on political propaganda,” admitted the online personality during a podcast interview with commentator Richard Hanania.

“The funny thing is they’re like, ‘Do not disclose this as an ad’ because they [were] like, ‘Technically, it’s not a product, so you don’t have to disclose it’s an ad.’ Because I think they just wanted, like, some edgy girl of color to just tell people—like when they nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson, they’re, like, ‘Can you say “as a person of color,” you know, that you feel “reflected”?’”

Khalidi, who has over 119,000 Instagram followers, explained that she was working for an unnamed “conduit” third-party media organization at the time.

“It’s not Biden, but it’s, like, a third party. You know what I mean? It’s, like, a media company that’s doing it on his behalf. I’m not blaming him for this,” Khalidi explained.

She continued by saying that, in the end, she rebelled against the “script” because it was being written by a White female media employee.

“And I’m, like, ‘No,’ and she’s like, ‘Please,’ and I’m like, ‘No.’ I’ll talk about the news of it, but I’m not gonna be like—I’m not gonna have a white person tell me to be, like, ‘This is how I feel as a person of color.’ It’s just so—I think that black-pilled me slightly on political propaganda,” Khalidi said.

“Yeah, they’re basically, ‘As, like, another black person, can you just say that you feel reflected by Ketanji?’ I’m like, ‘No, I’ll talk about Ketanji’s background and her accomplishments,’ but you know what I mean? I’ll never—I’m not gonna say, like, the corny stuff, even if it was a brown person emailing it to me.”

Khalidi stated in other parts of the interview that her undergraduate years were spent making a lot of money, and the political contributions were simply one way.

“I was taking ads by the time I graduated college from, like, the Biden administration, Planned Parenthood, and, like, dating apps and stuff. So it was, like, fully financially sustaining me,” Khalidi added.

She did not disclose how much money she made from her paid advertisements. 

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