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April 30, 2024

Farha Khalidi, The Creator of OnlyFans, Claims She Was Paid to Propagate ‘Political Misinformation’ For The Biden Administration

An OnlyFans creator and TikTok celebrity claims she was paid to promote “political propaganda” for the Biden administration on social media but was urged to conceal the fact that it was advertising.


Farha Khalidi was instructed to promote then-Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to her tens of thousands of social media followers following President Biden’s Supreme Court nomination.


“I was doing full-on political propaganda,” the social media star revealed during a recent podcast interview with pundit Richard Hanania.


Farha Khalidi discusses how surrogates for the Biden administration attempted to pay her to engage in identity politics and promote their narrative.


“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 some edgy girl of color to 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”?’


When asked about the Biden administration, Khalidi, who has over 119,000 Instagram followers, explained that she was working with a “conduit” third-party media company at the time.


“It’s not Biden; it’s like a third party. Do you understand what I mean? It’s like a media business is doing it for him. I don’t blame him for this,” Khalidi stated.”


She added that she eventually rejected the “script” since it was dictated to her by a white woman from the media firm.


“And I say, ‘No,’ and she says, ‘Please,’ and I say, ‘No.'” I’ll discuss the news, but I’m not going to have a white person tell me, ‘This is how I feel as a person of color.’ Khalidi admitted that political propaganda had marginally influenced his opinion.


“Yes, they’re saying, ‘As, like, another black person, can you just say that you feel reflected by Ketanji?'” “I’m like, ‘No, I’ll discuss Ketanji’s background and accomplishments,’ but you get what I mean? I’m not going to say the cheesy stuff, even if a brown person emails it to me.”


The White House did not immediately return The Post’s request for comment.


During the interview, Khalidi also stated that she used political contributions to make money in college.


“By the time I graduated college, I was doing advertising for the Biden administration, Planned Parenthood, and dating apps, among other things. So it was, like, completely financially supporting me,” Khalidi explained. It was just now known how much Khalidi was paid.

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