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Influencers take stock of life and dreams if U.S. bans TikTok

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Don't worry. You attention seekers will find elsewhere and anywhere to fit in.

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National security is more important than what is on TikTok.

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Move to YouTube and hate the government, having learned that they are not in power for you, but to farm and control you for their own toxic, twisted, nationalist agenda.

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Tik Tok, is one of the most popular apps for American youth; that doesn’t sit well with its competitors. The youth are supposed to use American apps. That’s the problem.

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Michael MachidaToday  09:44 am JST

National security is more important than what is on TikTok

Ha! TikTok made a deal to have Oracle store data storage domestically and mange the security and access, but that’s not good enough for politicians and the InstaGram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube folks who lobbied to gaslight the public so they could get back the advertising money that TikTok sucked away from them.

So, Oracle can’t be trusted either? Oracle is one of the largest contractors that stores and manages classified data for the US government.

Think a little deeper, look beyond the surface, ask who benefits and the real reasons are clear as day.

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National security is more important than what is on TikTok.

National interests are more important than what is on TikTok.

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Tik Tok should be banned but government needs to apply the security laws to everything else as well.

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ShivajiToday  03:41 pm JST

Tik Tok should be banned...

Why?

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Just wait until the backlash from the talks of banning the “most dominant social media platform” in America per US Congressmen, equate to losing votes in the next election, then they’ll start to sing a different tune.

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The internet it self is a threat to national security

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