OnlyFans Creator, Farha Khalidi, Was Paid to Push Biden Political Propaganda Online


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The Biden administration is nothing but an illusion.

Farha Khalidi, a creator on OnlyFans, sparked controversy by stating on a podcast that she produced “political propaganda” advertisements for the Biden administration on TikTok.

In a conversation with political science expert Richard Hanania on his podcast, Khalidi discussed her journey into generating income online through TikTok and OnlyFans.

“So you were in school — you were still in college when you started as a TikTok person, right? Or did you start OnlyFans when you were in school, too?” Hanania asked.

“No, I started TikTok, like, the spring semester of my senior year and I was like, ‘F—k, I finally have to start applying for law school,’ and then, like, you know, female privilege: ‘life so easy for a woman.’ Obviously, I lucked out. No, I’m just kidding.”

“[But] I lucked out and then TikTok was basically full-time for me. Like, 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 said.

When Hanania pressed Khalidi about her claim of making money from the Biden regime, she openly admitted to creating “political propaganda” content.

“Yeah, I was doing full-on political propaganda,” Khalidi stated during the podcast.

Khalidi shared that he was asked to support the promotion of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, emphasizing her identity as a person of color after she was nominated to the Supreme Court by Biden.

“Yeah, honestly. 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?’”

“It’s, like, a White woman emailing this and she’s giving me this script. 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…


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