US commentator Lauren Chen has warned that Taylor Swift may use her global stardom to influence young women to vote Democrat at this year’s US Presidential election.
This follows growing speculation that the pop star is involved in a “conspiracy theory” surrounding the NFL and her possible influence on the election in November, as the Super Bowl takes place this weekend.
Swift, 34, has been dating Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce since September, with the duo quickly becoming one of the most popular power couples in the world.
Kelce’s team recently qualified for the Super Bowl with Taylor watching on the sidelines, creating a plethora of fresh PDA images of the couple for fans to enjoy around the world.
Lauren Chen explains the Taylor Swift conspiracy theory ahead of the Super Bowl
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However, theorists believe that the couple’s domination is part of a “Super Bowl psy-op” to rig the result of the game and have Swift and Kelce endorse President Joe Biden on the playing field.
Republican candidate Vivek Ramaswamy also became involved in the theory, taking to X to air his view on Swift.
Ramaswamy said: “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.”
Discussing the theory, political commentator Lauren Chen says Taylor’s influence on young American women “goes deep”, and Swift has the “power to sway the election” for Biden.
Chen added that Taylor Swift’s astronomical rise to global fame is something that “doesn’t happen naturally”.
Taylor Swift is currently dating Kansas City Chiefs NFL star Travis Kelce
Chen explained: “Taylor Swift is one of the most famous people that has ever lived on the planet, and she does command the loyalty of untold scores and scores of young women. So it might seem crazy, but it also might be effective, if true.
“I’ve heard that the NFL is also rigged. The fact that Taylor Swift is going to be there, that is somehow impacting the results of what’s going to be happening at the Super Bowl. So this goes even deeper than just Taylor Swift herself.”
Chen claimed people are “starting to ask questions” about the power of Swift and Kelce in the states.
She stated: “The issue that people are having here and why she’s gotten the attention of so many is the amount of fame this woman has achieved. It almost seems very inorganic.”
Lauren Chen says Taylor Swift’s rising fame ‘seems inorganic’
Discussing the obsession surrounding Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift, Chen highlighted that they are being “plastered” all over US media.
Chen told host Patrick Christys: “You can’t even turn on your TV, open social media or look at magazines nowadays without seeing Taylor Swift and her boyfriend’s face plastered everywhere.
“And I think that’s what’s causing people to wonder, is there something going on here? Is she being propped up from the people in charge?”
Chen continued: “There’s distrust here, as I think there should be, toward the people who are in the media, toward the entertainment industry and ultimately people in politics.
“And as we may like to joke about it, this wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen all three of those industries collaborate together.”