“Besides that, I like her boyfriend, Travis, even though he may be a Liberal, and probably can’t stand me!” Mr. Trump added.
For months now, Ms. Swift and her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs set to play in the Super Bowl this Sunday, have been targeted by right-wing conspiracy theories. This began when Ms. Swift encouraged her fans to register to vote, prompting tens of thousands to do so. Additionally, Mr. Kelce’s appearance in a Pfizer ad campaign advocating for Covid and flu vaccines further fueled these theories.
Last month, speculation surged with theories suggesting that Ms. Swift might endorse Mr. Biden again (quite believable, considering her previous endorsement in 2020, although not guaranteed). Additionally, there were rumors swirling about shadowy liberal influences fabricating the fame and romance between her and Mr. Kelce, purportedly to support Democrats and promote vaccines.
Ms. Swift had already become a household name well before Mr. Biden assumed the presidency and even before Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016.