Judge Jeanine warns Taylor Swift to not ‘get involved in politics’

Speculation over whether pop music megastar Taylor Swift will be a factor in the November election with an endorsement of President Joe Biden was met with a warning from Judge Jeanine Pirro: don’t do it.

Over the last several months, the media has been completely saturated with Swift without a day going by that doesn’t feature dozens of stories about the 34-year-old singer and her peculiar romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. She has also been prominently featured during his team’s nationally televised games which will continue at the Super Bowl in two weeks.

The New York Times reported that Swift could potentially swing the election to the deeply unpopular Biden, a story that was a topic of discussion on Monday’s edition of “The Five” where Pirro urged the new cultural icon to stay out of politics.

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In a segment that also featured the two-headed monster of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama teaming up for a fundraiser to prop up the flailing Biden, the crew broke down the Times story and the anticipated Swift endorsement of the elderly Democrat.

Co-host Dana Perino said that while she didn’t think that a Swift endorsement would be a deciding factor for Biden, she believes that the world’s most famous Chiefs fan will “stay out of it,” with Greg Gutfeld then asking Pirro for her opinion.

She responded, “Why would someone as popular as she is alienate, and I’m not saying, you know … what’s going to be, ‘Yeah, people are going to hate her,’ but why alienate your fans, the Swifties?”

“You know, they come across from every political ideology, why put yourself in one area?” Pirro said. “And then the other mistake is that people are, that Biden is assuming that if she gets involved in this election and she did support Joe Biden in 2020 so it’s not unusual for her to get involved in politics…”

She also referenced a new poll showing that those who are likely to back a candidate endorsed by Swift are effectively canceled out by an equal number who would vote for the one who didn’t receive the ubiquitous superstar’s blessing.

“So don’t get involved. Don’t get involved in politics, we don’t want to see you there,” Pirro said. “And Joe Biden is in the hole with young people, he knows it, and if he thinks Taylor can get him out of that hole, he’s gonna go for it.”

The romance between Swift and Kelce has soured many fans who just want her to go away which isn’t going to happen after the Baltimore Ravens’ choke job in Sunday’s AFC Championship game that sent the Chiefs to the Super Bowl with the media set to make the game less about the actual on the field matchup with the San Francisco 49ers and all about the hookup between the two lovebirds.

Democrats are salivating over the idea that Swift could be the secret weapon who finally takes down former President Donald J. Trump by mobilizing the army of “Swifties” to vote for Biden, delivering the coveted endorsement.

“The biggest and most influential endorsement target 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. She endorsed Mr. Biden in 2020 and, last year, a single Instagram post of hers led to 35,000 new voter registrations. Fund-raising appeals from Ms. Swift could be worth millions of dollars for Mr. Biden,” according to the New York Times.

The once-venerable newspaper turned Democrat propaganda organ also quoted California Gov. Gavin Newson who swooned over Swift.

“Taylor Swift stands tall and unique,” Newsom said. “What she was able to accomplish just in getting young people activated to consider that they have a voice and that they should have a choice in the next election, I think, is profoundly powerful.”

Perhaps the “Swifties” can be this election’s version of the COVID mail-in ballots that proved to be decisive for Biden in 2020 and some like former GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy can smell a rat.

“I wonder who’s going to win the Super Bowl next month. And I wonder if there’s a major presidential endorsement coming from an artificially culturally propped-up couple this fall. Just some wild speculation over here, let’s see how it ages over the next 8 months,” Ramaswamy wrote.

The Trump ally was predictably denounced as a “conspiracy theorist” for daring to go there but he’s hardly the only one who suspects that the relationship between Swift and “Mr. Pfizer” may not be what it seems and the so-called conspiracy theorists have been on a winning streak these days.

Chris Donaldson


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