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Republican TikToker Claims She Writes 'Liberal Essays' To Get Good Grades In Self-Own For The Ages
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As the academic year is coming to an end across the US, a number of Republican college students claim that their teachers and professors are giving them lower grades purely owing to their conservative beliefs.

Among them is TikToker @riannasun2, who devotes her page to sharing her extreme, far-right beliefs with her nearly seven-thousand followers.

But @riannasun2 revealed that she might have found a solution to this apparent problem of bias with her college professors.

In a video which has received over 212 thousand views since being posted on May 5, she revealed that she and her fellow republican students wrote "liberal essays" to receive better grades.


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In the six-second video, @riannasun2 lip-synced to the voice of Boman Martinez-Reid saying "we did what we had to do girl", accompanied by the overlay:

"Me and my raging Republican friends writing liberal essays to get A's."

While @riannasun2 laughed at the end of the video over her seemingly duplicitous accomplishment, fellow TikTokers also found plenty to laugh about in the video's comments section.

Several were quick to point out to @riannasun2 that getting A's on the essays was likely not due to the liberal content, but the fact that she presented fact-based, well researched arguments, even if she didn't realize it.

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Others simply couldn't hold back their amusement that @riannasun2 inadvertently made herself look foolish, with one TikToker describing her video as a "self-own".

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Other's pointed out that a good essay would get good grades, no matter what the content, finding themselves confused at what @riannasun2 considered a "liberal essay".

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But though they were a distinct minority, there were a few who shared @riannasun2's belief that in order to get good grades, one had to pander to their professor's politics.

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How interesting that "pretending to be liberal" seems to be merely writing coherent, fact based arguments.

As views of @riannasun2's initial video continue to grow, who knows how many other Republicans might feel the need to "pretend to be liberal".