In case you haven’t noticed, the White Houses official Thanksgiving Day Twitter account is now running a Blackberry message trick that appears to be a spoof of the “Blackberry” mobile messaging app.
The message trick begins with a message from the official White House account, which reads: pic.twitter.com/tJ2cgX6pY3 — Blackberry Messenger (@BlackBerryMessenger) November 25, 2018As it is only for one day, this is obviously just an attempt to trick people into thinking they are getting a free phone.
This is the same tactic the White houses official Twitter account used to trick Americans into thinking that the official hashtag #BlackFriday was a joke and that they should not buy anything on Friday.
However, since the official Black Friday Twitter account does not appear to be working at the moment, it is likely that the White house is simply trying to capitalize on the confusion and make sure everyone is on the same page.
If you have been following along with the Blackberry and Blackberry Messages Twitter accounts, you know that the Blackberries official message trick is just a little different than the official account.
The official Blackberry messages tweets out the BlackBerry app, but the official messages tweets are all in Spanish.
The Blackberry apps official message message trick also uses the hashtag #BridgetRudolph, which was trending worldwide on November 22, 2018.
However the Whitehouse account is using the hashtag BlackFriday to mock Americans and the US government, and the hashtag has been trending worldwide for over a week.
The White House Twitter account has been using Blackberry messaging trick for quite some time now, and while this may be a new way for them to trick the public, it still doesn’t appear to have worked very well so far.
According to the official Twitter accounts Twitter, Black Friday is still in the works and is still not live yet.
The White House Blackberry Facebook page was also taken down on November 23, 2018, and has since been restored.