BREAKING: Trump Strategist Brad Parscale Unveils ‘Secret Weapon’ For 2024 Election

Brad Parscale, known for his innovative approach in Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign victory, is once again making his mark for Trump’s team after a very publicized fall from grace. This time, Parscale has introduced a revolutionary tool — advanced artificial intelligence (AI) — dubbed as a secret weapon for Trump’s 2024 electoral bid.

Brad Parscale, the digital architect of Trump’s 2016 success, is stepping back into the spotlight after a brief retreat from the forefront of politics. With a new initiative, Parscale is harnessing AI’s power to create personalized voter engagement at an unprecedented level.

In a daring blend of artificial intelligence and conservative grit, Parscale’s Campaign Nucleus has emerged as a powerhouse, engineered to craft tailored emails, navigate vast seas of data to pinpoint swing voters, and enhance the reach of “anti-woke” voices online. This comes from an in-depth Associated Press examination of Parscale’s public declarations, along with a trove of previously undisclosed documents from his firm.

“I pretty much used Facebook to get Trump elected in 2016,” Parscale explained back in a 2022 interview.

The Associated Press reported:

Soon, Parscale says, his company will deploy an app that harnesses AI to assist campaigns in collecting absentee ballots in the same way drivers for DoorDash or Grubhub pick up dinners from restaurants and deliver them to customers.

Parscale was a relatively unknown web designer in San Antonio, Texas, when he was hired to build a web presence for Trump’s family business.

That led to a job on the future president’s 2016 campaign. He was one of its first hires and spearheaded an unorthodox digital strategy, teaming up with scandal-plagued Cambridge Analytica to help propel Trump to the White House…

Following Trump’s surprise win, Parscale’s influence grew. He was promoted to manage Trump’s reelection bid and enjoyed celebrity status. A towering figure at 6 feet, 8 inches with a Viking-style beard, Parscale was frequently spotted at campaign rallies taking selfies with Trump supporters and signing autographs.

Following his success in 2016, Parscale was named the campaign manager for Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign but was demoted in July 2020 following a less-than-successful rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and amidst sliding poll numbers. He has been a controversial figure, particularly regarding the strategies and ethics of his digital campaigns.

AI is increasingly influencing political campaigns by transforming how strategies are implemented. One major area of impact is targeted advertising, where AI systems analyze vast amounts of data on voter behavior and preferences. This enables campaigns to create personalized ads tailored to individual voters, leveraging insights from demographics, browsing history, and more. This technology makes it possible to deliver messages that are more likely to resonate with specific individuals, potentially increasing voter engagement and turnout.

Campaign finance records reveal that since last year, Campaign Nucleus and other firms linked to Brad Parscale have been compensated over $2.2 million by the Trump campaign, the Republican National Committee, and their associated political action and fundraising committees, according to The Associated Press. In a parallel strategy, the Biden campaign and Democrats are also harnessing artificial intelligence. They say that their primary use of this technology is to pinpoint and energize voters and to more effectively identify and counteract misleading content.


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