Twitter users have turned the heat on taylor swift after she refused to back Marsha Blackburn for senate.
Here are some of the best tweets:
Sorry, @taylorswift13. Hope it was worth it!
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) November 7, 2018
Conservative Author Katie Pavlich wrote: “Sorry Taylor Swift Hope it was worth it!
— Liberal Whataboutism (@LibWhataboutism) November 7, 2018
Are you going to congratulate Marsha Blackburn on shattering the glass ceiling and becoming the First Female Senator from Tennessee?
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 7, 2018
Jack Posobiec wrote;
“Hi @taylorswift13! Are you going to congratulate Marsha Blackburn on shattering the glass ceiling and becoming the First Female Senator from Tennessee?”
See more responses below:
BREAKING: So sorry Taylor Swift… Marsha Blackburn just won in Tennessee.
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) November 7, 2018
Thank you Taylor Swift! cc @MarshaBlackburn
— Tiana Lowe (@TianaTheFirst) November 7, 2018
Another user also pointed to failing campaigns by other female music stars like Taylor Swift accross America.
Taylor Swift lost in Tennessee, Beyoncé lost in Texas and Oprah is losing in Georgia! How awesome is that!
— Rachel Gutierrez (@RachelG30215915) November 7, 2018
Endorsement from Taylor Swift couldn't bring Phil Bredesen over the finish line against soon-to-be-Sen. Marsha Blackburn. Will Hollywood elites realize they are disconnected from the Heartland? #ElectionDay #BoldTV https://t.co/iARNvNeLOm
— Carrie Sheffield (@carriesheffield) November 7, 2018
Taylor Swift had been actively campaigning for Marsha Blackburn’s opponent Phil Bredesen after releasing a statement on her Instagram page stating her reasons for supporting a male candidate as opposed to a woman who could be the first senator from the district. She has been actively on the campaign trail and Democratic campaign group has been using her messages to campaign against Marsha Blackburn.
That moment you realize Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn said women ‘don’t want’ equal pay, voted against the Violence Against Women Act, and opposes equal treatment for same-sex couples.
— TN Democratic Party (@tndp) October 30, 2018
Taylor Swift is yet to respond to the heavy political reality check.
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