Taylor Swift – The popstar has expressed her distaste towards to Trump’s tweet, in which the President threatens violence towards protestors that have been erupted in Minnesotta.
Taylor Swift has bravely shared her thoughts and continuing to reiterate that she unequivocally does not support President Donald Trump and does not approve of his leadership in facing the crisis.
On Friday, after the commander in chief have expressed a malicious intent thoughts on his tweet and the Twitter itself have flagged as inciting violence that violates the community standards. On the other hand, the newly awarded as “The artist of the decade” singer have also made a tweet that strongly disapproves to the response that began with the question, “After stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism your entire presidency, you have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence?”
Swift’s controversial tweet have sparked political break between the Trump supporters and opposition. Other celebrities have sided the popstar and commends her act of valor. While others were so impressed with her bravery and using her voice for the good, some of the celebrities have also backlashed her views.
On the other hand, Taylor Swift had directly sent a tweet towarfs the president’s infamous tweet that threatened violence towards the looters and protestors in Minnesota, who have been constantly screaming and demandingca for the arrest of the officer who kneeled on an unarmed, handcuffed black man named George Floyd’s neck until he was unresponsive, and later died. The battle cry for justice have resulted more damage and the police station of Minnesota was scorched.
The Grammy winner ended her message by promising, “We will vote you out in November,” mentioning Trump in the tweet so he would receive a notification.
To speak out on political issues, advocating for the Equality Act and criticizing Republican Tennessee senator Marsha Blackburn.
Also, in the presidential election in 2016, the singer-songwriter was called out for not endorsing a presidential candidate — and not publicly denouncing the white supremacist support she was receiving. Swift was silent and remain appolitical before, came clean about her hesitation to speak out in her 2020 Netflix documentary Miss Americana, noting that she followed her team’s advice and kept quiet due to the public backlash she received following her feud with Kim Kardashian West and so she wouldn’t risk losing fans.
President Trump has yet to respond to Swift’s tweet.