When pop star Taylor Swift finally let herself be badgered into abandoning her wise apolitical stance and endorsed the Democratic Senate candidate in Tennessee (conveniently just hours after performing the final date of her US stadium tour in Texas), her endorsement came with some nasty accusations about Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn. There was also some boilerplate about LGBTQ rights that caused some commentators to note that it sounded nothing like anything Taylor ever wrote before but like the usual identity politics agitprop straight from the DNC talking points factory.
For anyone who takes the political pronouncements of pop singers seriously, here is an article by Tyler O’Neil of PJ Media, detailing the “three horrific lies” Taylor (or whoever actually wrote her statement) told about Rep. Blackburn. It’s a must-read for anyone voting in Tennessee or anyone who cares about how the left routinely slanders Republicans. It's even more of a must-read for Taylor Swift who needs to learn that if you wade into politics, you’d better do your own research.
Taylor, you “Should’ve Said No” and kept your “Eyes Open” to people trying to exploit your popularity for cheap political purposes. If only you’d said, “I Knew You Were Trouble," and when the leftists criticize you, just "Shake It Off." But now, you’ll be crying, “Look What You Made Me Do.” Thanks to knuckling under to the leftist pressure, there’s “Bad Blood” between you and your many Republican fans, “Everything Has Changed,” and they just might tell you that “We Are Never, Ever Getting Back Together.”
(Note: to all my readers over 30, those are Taylor Swift song titles. Don’t feel too old and unhip. I had to consult Wikipedia, too.)
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