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Watch: Elizabeth Warren Subjects Audience To Tone-Deaf Taylor Swift Tribute

Pop star Taylor Swift has endorsed leftist politicians before, including Joe Biden in 2020, and it’s clear that the president is eager to secure her endorsement again this election season.

There’s been some rumors circulating that such an endorsement could come during the upcoming Super Bowl, and some have even speculated that the Chiefs’ inclusion in the game was part of a deep state conspiracy (since tight end Travis Kelce is Swift’s latest beau).

Far-left Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) addressed the theory during an recent appearance on “The Late Show” in the most cringe-inducing way possible.

In the process, she seemed to confirm that Swift is part of a Democratic political ploy.


As Western Journal reported:

“Before we get into anything else to talk about,” Colbert said, “Taylor Swift won big at the Grammys last night. Was that Phase 1 of the Democrats’ deep-state plan for the Chiefs …”

That last part was sung, to the chorus of Swift’s 2014 hit “Shake It Off.”

Some background, for the few who might be mystified at this point:

The “joke,” such as it was, was a reference to conspiracy theories making the rounds on social media that the NFL and pop superstar Taylor Swift have plotted to feed publicity surrounding Swift’s romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

The Chiefs’ appearance in the Super Bowl will maximize the effect of Swift’s endorsement of President Joe Biden (to come at halftime, according to one theory published to X while the Chiefs were still playing in the AFC Championship game).

Her, for lack of a better word, performance drew plenty of mockery on social media.

So would a Taylor Swift endorsement be enough to salvage Biden’s re-election campaign despite his abysmal approval rating? Maybe not, but some voters might be surprised by how influence the singer could have on Democrats bedazzled by the cult of personality.

As ABC 33-40 reported:

Taylor Swift may influence the results of the 2024 presidential election, with nearly 20% of voters saying they are “likely” to support a candidate endorsed by her.

The poll conducted Redfield & Wilton Strategies shows 18% of voters would align their choice with the singer’s, according to Newsweek. However, it also shows 17% of voters are less likely to vote for a candidate endorsed by Swift.

“It is informative when people talk about voters because it shows you how little voters know about the issues, particularly young voters,” Towson University professor emeritus Dr. Richard Vatz told The National Desk (TND). “Bottom line is, I think a Taylor Swift endorsement could have an effect in a close election, but it shouldn’t have an effect.”

The singer’s endorsement appears to impact younger Americans most, with approximately 3 in 10 voters under 35 saying they would vote for a Swift-approved candidate. Swift’s endorsement would only influence 4% of those aged 65 or older, according to the poll.

Here’s some additional analysis:


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