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Conspiracy Theories Swirl Around Taylor Swift. These Republican Voters Say They Don’t Care

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Conservative circles have sparked conspiracy theories linking Taylor Swift and her partner, Travis Kelce, to a purported Democratic election endorsement plot.

However, many Republicans and political event attendees express indifference or skepticism towards these claims, with some even dismissing them as far-fetched.

While some believe the focus on Swift could potentially harm the party, others argue that the public generally desires to separate entertainment and politics.

The intertwining of Swift, sports, and politics has given rise to conspiracy theories, indicating the increasing prevalence of such narratives in contemporary political discourse.

“I wonder who’s going to win the Super Bowl next month,” Vivek Ramaswamy wrote. “And I wonder if there’s a major presidential endorsement coming from an artificially culturally propped-up couple this fall.”

“Couldn’t care less,” Ryan Allstun said. “To each their own.”

“People just want to like Taylor Swift. They want to be able to watch football and listen to her music and not consider the political implications,” Targeted Victory vice president Matt Gorman said. “I beg people who care about this to go outside and touch grass. Most everyday people don’t have the time or energy to care.”

Despite these theories, the significance of celebrity influence in American politics, as exemplified by Swift’s previous endorsements, cannot be overlooked.

Republican lawmakers have dismissed the claims, with some downplaying the potential impact of a Swift endorsement for the 2024 election.

“The good news is people don’t believe in conspiracy theories more than they have in the past. The bad news is that they believe them more than we paid attention to or cared about,” University of Miami political science professor Joseph Uscinski said.

“If the right Pied Piper comes along then folks can be mobilized, sometimes with very devastating consequences,” Uscinski said.

“Since 2016, for obvious reasons, it’s become difficult for Republicans to credibly make a case that celebrities should stay out of politics,” political scientist David Jackson said.

“Taylor Swift has made a career off of writing songs about picking the wrong man, so I don’t think we should take advice from her now,” Trump’s campaign spokesperson Karoline Leavitt said.

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