Famous Singer Attacks Trump and Is Put in Her Place

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Celebrities are always sticking their noses in politics. As if being famous gives them some sort of elevated knowledge of the problems we as hard-working Americans face as a country.

Musician Taylor Swift attacked President Trump this past Monday while accepting her MTV Video Music Award. While on stage Swift taps her wrist, arrogantly suggesting that she’s waiting for the White House to support the “Equality Act.” She boasted that she has half a million signatures on her petition to warrant a response from the white house.

“At the end of this video there was a petition, and there still is a petition, for the Equality Act. It now has half a million signatures, which is five times the amount it would need to warrant a response from the White House,” Swift said.

Kellyanne Conway responded on Fox News and said:

“When Hollywood and when signers all go political it sounds in the moment like it’s very popular, and we’ve seen so many times where it backfires and blows up.”

“But she’s also somebody who went up against President Trump head-to-head in the United States Senate race in Tennessee and lost handily,” Conway added, referencing Swift’s endorsement for Democratic Tennessee Senate candidate Phil Bredesen over Sen. Marsha Blackburn, the Republican who won in 2018.

Conway wasn’t finished with Swift yet. She continues on, using Swift’s own song lyrics against her.

I actually like the new Taylor Swift song that’s called ‘You Need To Calm Down,’ I can sing it for you, where she says, ‘If you say it on the street that’s a knockout, if you put it in a tweet that’s a cop-out,’” Conway said

It’s amazing what people will do or say just for the “likes”. Really, Taylor? You’re just a puppet trying to be with the “in-crowd.”  You’re a fraud and are only in it for the money. Stop pretending these issues matter to you, the last time you got involved in politics you were put in your place, and Kellyanne Conway put you in your place again.

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