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Wall Street Journal Slams ‘Trumpy Internet Trolls’ With Blunt Question About Taylor Swift

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The Wall Street Journal criticized the fixation of “Trumpy internet trolls” on Taylor Swift, suggesting she is a Democratic operative who will influence the 2024 election in favor of Joe Biden.

Conservatives have baselessly claimed the upcoming Super Bowl will be rigged for the Kansas City Chiefs, as their player is dating Swift.

The newspaper’s conservative editorial board finds this paranoia on the right peculiar, questioning the GOP’s nomination of a supposedly weak candidate if defeating Trump is as easy as getting an endorsement from Swift.

The “paranoia on the right about a romance between the most popular singer in the world and an NFL player does make Republicans seem, frankly, weird,” the editorial board wrote.

“A question, though, for the trolls: If they believe defeating Mr. Trump is so easy that Mr. Biden can do it merely by getting an endorsement from a singer who backed him in 2020, doesn’t that suggest the GOP might be making a mistake by nominating such a weak candidate?” it asked.

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