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Taylor Swift’s Boyfriend Ventures into Movie Production – Sponsorship Choice Sparks Speculation and Conspiracies

The attacks on Swift from the right have escalated sharply in recent days, making one of America’s most successful “cultural symbols” a target on the front lines of the country’s bitter political culture wars.

Then came a New York Times article on Monday suggesting Swift was the “biggest and most influential endorsement target” for Biden’s re-election campaign.

Among the accusations levelled against Swift by some Trump allies was the claim that she is part of a plot — also involving the National Football League — to keep Biden in the White House.

“I wonder who’s going to win the Super Bowl next month,” wrote Vivek Ramaswamy, a biotech investor who ran for the Republican presidential nomination but now endorses Trump, on X. “I wonder if there’s a major presidential endorsement coming from an artificially culturally propped-up couple this fall.”

Although Swift’s music and performances have not been considered particularly political, she has previously sided with Democrats, citing their defence of women’s rights and opposition to white supremacy. She has also urged her mainly young and female fan base to vote in elections.

She endorsed the Democratic candidate in the Tennessee Senate race in 2018, and Biden in the 2020 general election, and in her 2020 documentary Miss Americana said she was “sad” that she had not come out against Trump in 2016. “These aren’t your dad’s Republicans,” she told her family in the film.

“They’re calling it their Hail Mary pass to drag Biden over the finish line,” Karoline Leavitt, a spokesperson for the former president’s 2024 campaign, told a conservative radio host.

“This woman has made a career off of writing songs about picking the wrong guy. We should not trust her to pick the wrong guy in this presidential election.”

But this morning a news came out that Taylor Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce is producing a new movie!

Joe Biden didn’t score an endorsement from Taylor Swift on Super Bowl Sunday, as some had predicted. But her boyfriend Travis Kelce is using the president’s renewable energy tax credits to finance the film “My Dead Friend Zoe.”

The SXSW-bound indie, which stars Natalie Morales, Ed Harris, Morgan Freeman and Sonequa Martin-Green, marks Kelce’s first foray into movies, with the Kansas City Chiefs tight end serving as an executive producer. The investors in the low-budget dark comedy, which include Kelce, are the first to take advantage of 2022’s Inflation Reduction Act to finance a film. (“My Dead Friend Zoe” cost less than $10 million.)

The Inflation Reduction Act, which was passed in August 2022, marks “the single largest investment in climate and energy in American history, enabling America to tackle the climate crisis, advancing environmental justice, securing America’s position as a world leader in domestic clean energy manufacturing and putting the United States on a pathway to achieving the Biden-Harris Administration’s climate goals, including a net-zero economy by 2050,” according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s web site.

“My Dead Friend Zoe” used money generated by green energy entrepreneur Mike Field’s sale of surplus tax credits. (Field is also a producer on the film.)

So basically Taylor Swift’s boyfriend is producing a movie paid for by the Biden Administration with funds from the American taxpayers.

He can finance this cause the investor sold off unused tax credits

Reminding you those tax credits are available partly because we pay increased taxes for petrol based energy

& natural gas etc – we are funding their pipe dream by keeping our taxes while they get a break

So we pay more at the pump and to heat our homes so people like this can use tax credits to fund climate change garbage.

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