Taylor’s Not So Swift

Taylor Swift, one of the most overrated celebrities on Earth in my opinion, has now come out and stated she regrets not being fully woke during the 2016 election. The 30-year old regrets her silence and has now gone full Orange Man Bad. Way to alienate half your fans, dumbass.

A new Netflix documentary about Taylor Swift revealed that the pop star regretted not speaking out against Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. In other words, she wishes she could replace her “Blank Space” with “Bad Blood.” The film — titled Miss Americana, an homage to her song “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince” — features footage from 2018 when Swift was discussing her statement against Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.). That statement would falsely smear Blackburn as anti-woman and anti-gay, twisting her recent votes out of context.

I remember a lot of leftists attacking Blackburn, and for the most part the attacks were unwarranted; mostly because the lunatics didn’t bother to look up he facts.

“For 12 years, we’ve not gotten involved with politics or religion,” the singer’s father, Scott Kingsley Swift, says in the video.

Swift is worth $360 million, but she’ll have you believe she is a Woman of the People. You’ll forgive me if I don’t appreciate the political ramblings of a serial dater who trashes her exes in virtually every song.

“Yeah, but this is on the home front. And also, back in the presidential election, I was in such a horrendous place that I wasn’t gonna pop my head out of the sand for anything,” his daughter replies. “First of all, these aren’t your dad’s celebrities, and these aren’t your dad’s Republicans.” (H/TAOSHQ)

Yes, and that’s a feature, not a bug. We’ve eliminated the squishes like Paul Ryan, John McCain and Jeff Flake, in favor of Republicans who extricate us from needless wars and pump up the economy to record highs. An economy which, by the way, is helping everyone, not just millionaires like you, Taylor.

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