Damning Clip of Taylor Swift Viciously Mocking and Degrading Christians

It's no secret that Taylor Swift aligns herself with left-leaning politics. Her  strong support for the LGBTQ community and vocal endorsement of Democratic candidates make it evident that she doesn't adhere to conservative or Christian principles.

However, her disdain for conservatives seems to extend beyond mere political differences. A recently surfaced video captures Swift engaging in a mocking tone towards Bible-believing Christians.

Watch the video:

From Western Journal:

Also on Wednesday, conservative commentator Jon Root posted a 12-second clip from the music video for Swift’s song “You Need to Calm Down,” which depicted two men kissing in what appeared to be a marriage ceremony, followed seconds later by a close-up of five stereotypical “hillbillies” — one wore a cowboy hat, another wore a tank top with an American flag — angrily looking on in protest.

Swift used those “hillbillies,” of course, as stand-ins for anyone who holds the Christian view of marriage.

The song’s lyrics made that clear: “Why are you mad? When you could be GLAAD? Sunshine on the street at the parade, but you would rather be in the Dark Ages.”

“Here’s a quick reminder of what Taylor Swift thinks about Christians …,” Root posted.

The full video for “You Need to Calm Down” amplified the anti-Christian and “pride” themes. In fact, the video concluded with that precise message.

“Let’s show our pride by demanding that, on a national level, our laws truly treat all of our citizens equally,” the message said.

It's ironic that Swift has aligned herself with a group advocating for "equality," while, ironically, many Christians face repercussions for not fully embracing the LGBTQ community, contradicting their deeply held moral beliefs.

Is that really equality, Taylor? Maybe it's wiser to focus on pop music and leave the critical issues to those more rooted in reality.

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