The Hashtag is the New Concert
With liberals it’s more about feelings.
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The Twitter hashtag has replaced the concert. The Twitter hashtag, how many millions of people does that reach as opposed to a concert? You don’t have to go out and get TV time. You don’t have to arrange for the artists to show up at the concert. You don’t have to produce it. You don’t have to check egos at the door. Just do the hashtag.
The hashtag has replaced the concert.
The hashtag has replaced the ribbon that you wear on your shirt or your suit jacket. The hashtag, pretty soon, will replace the US military. The hashtag magic. #BringBackOurGirls. You wait and see. This is gonna end at some point. You know it will. And if it ends… (interruption) Well, no. It will end because of #BringBackOurGirls. (interruption)
No, you wait… However it ends.
It has to end well. (interruption) Well, it can’t end with any harm having come to the young girls. (interruption) Well… (interruption) No, no, no. (interruption) But… (interruption) Yeah, if any harm comes to the young girls then the hashtag will not, of course, get any credit. If it ends well, if the girls are returned to whoever and wherever they were before they were kidnapped, the hashtag is gonna get the credit.
No matter how it really happens, the hashtag will be given the credit for ginning up the desire to do it in the first place. I mean, they’ve got the song. “All we are saying is #BringBackOurGirls.” We’ve got the melody. We just need to change the lyric line a little bit. But the concert, it could happen. You know, he put it out there. There could already be people thinking about it right now. Just the… (interruption) No, no. (laughing) “We Are the Hashtag.” (laughing)