AIM confronts influencer Harry Sisson’s lies again with mobile billboard truth bomb
October 2, 2023
Accuracy in Media President Adam Guillette and another mobile billboard traveled to popular DNC-supported influencer Harry Sisson’s home to uncover the truth behind his lies on social media.
Sisson, who reported to his followers later that a “group that supports Donald Trump” – referring to AIM, a nonprofit that accordingly cannot endorse political candidates – had done a “crazy thing” to him over the summer.
This “thing” was sending a mobile billboard featuring his greatest lies on social platforms to his home. Sisson claimed in a later TikTok he never made a video about the truck because he didn’t have proof, but a quick Google search for “Harry Sisson truck” would have populated this article detailing our accountability measure.
People on social media were quick to claim he was lying about even the existence of the truck. But for once, Sisson wasn’t lying – AIM did send him a mobile billboard.
Guilette attempted to knock on the door of Sisson’s home but received no answer. Some neighbors passing by were surprised but supportive of our efforts, but it turns out this was merely the beginning of a harrowing day for Guillette and our truck driver.
AIM wants the truth from this propagandist, whose management company was paid more than $200,000 by the DNC, and we will not rest until we’ve held Harry Sisson accountable for spreading lies to his millions of followers.
With one click, you can take action. Send a message to Sisson telling him to stop lying to his young, impressionable followers.