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Curiously-Timed Obsession With Taylor Swift Continues As Liz Cheney Praises Popstar

Anastasia Boushee
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As many Americans have begun expressing suspicion about the curiously-timed new wave of media attention on pro-abortion singer Taylor Swift, disgraced former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) has suddenly spoken out about her love for the popstar.

In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Cheney officially declared herself to be a fan of Swift.

“Taylor Swift is a national treasure,” wrote the supposed Republican political figure, who has become a fixture in Democrat mainstream media as of late.


Breitbart News pointed out that “Cheney’s post comes amid swelling backlash from conservatives against the mainstream media’s incessant coverage of Swift and its elevation of her to near-deity status. Time magazine declared her its 2023 Person of the Year, while Swift’s relationship with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kecle has made her an unmissable fixture on NFL broadcasts this season.”

Swift has captured the news cycle as of late, with endless stories about her romance with Kelce and graphic AI-generated images of the popstar going viral on social media.

The constant swarm of media about the popular star has been coincidentally timed with reports about President Joe Biden’s campaign team’s desperation to obtain an endorsement from Swift and polls suggesting that the popstar may have an impact on the 2024 election via her activism.


A recent New York Times article claimed that the “biggest and most influential endorsement target” for the Biden campaign “is Ms. Swift, 34, the pop sensation and N.F.L. enthusiast, who can move millions of supporters with an Instagram post or a mid-concert aside.” Swift endorsed Biden in the 2020 election while attacking then-President Donald Trump and calling his supporters White supremacists.

Meanwhile, a misleadingly-reported poll appeared to show that Swift has influence over a considerable number of voters. The Newsweek survey of 1,500 voters released on Sunday showed that 18% of voters would be “more likely” in varying degrees to support a candidate endorsed by Swift. However, the same poll showed that 17% of respondents would be less likely to vote for a Swift-approved candidate — suggesting that the actual percentage of voters that Swift could gain for a candidate would be roughly 1%, as the number of people swayed by her endorsement is essentially the same as the number of people turned off by her endorsement.

Amid all of this coincidentally-timed media obsession with Swift, left-leaning politicians like Cheney have begun expressing their support for the popstar, leading to more questions from Americans about the potential “psyop.” As Breitbart News noted, “The seemingly choreographed nature of Swift coverage has struck a growing number of Americans as more than suspicious, especially as the November election draws closer.”

Another prominent political figure also recently managed to shoehorn Swift’s name into the political discourse. During her State of the State Address, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) neglected to mention important issues facing her state, such as the illegal immigration crisis, instead using the moment to quote “the philosopher Taylor Swift.”

“Quoting the philosopher Taylor Swift, she reminds us that everybody here was somebody else before. And although people might live fundamentally different lives, they still stand side-by-side on the subway platform, or sit at the counter, the diner, upstate or Long Island, united as New Yorkers. We all want our great state to succeed,” she said.