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Sean Hannity Just Tried To Mansplain The Republican Party To Taylor Swift—And It Backfired Hard

Sean Hannity listed all the so-called 'lies' about the Republican Party, insisting Taylor Swift shouldn't believe them, and it backfired big time for X users.

Sean Hannity; Taylor Swift
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In the continuing saga of conservatives versus Taylor Swift, Fox News personality and friend of Donald, Sean Hannity, has stepped up to the plate.

But rather than take the approach of most of his contemporaries—attacking the singer and songwriter—Hannity decided to enlighten Swift.

Peering into the camera and affecting his most condescending tone, Hannity said:

"As the Biden campaign apparently tries to come up with some way to get Taylor Swift’s endorsement, now we have to ask, does Taylor knows who she is getting involved with here?"

Hannity made certain to include the usual Republican rhetoric and dogwhistles.

"Does Taylor actually realize that the Soroses, they’re huge donors to left-wing and Democratic causes?"
"Does Taylor realize the guy that they want her to endorse is a kind of stumbling, bumbling mess, doesn’t have the energy to give a 30 minute speech, let alone perform a three hour concert like she does?"
"He also is kind of very creepy. She may want to check out those creepy videos, they’re online."

Hannity might need to do his own online search on his buddy Trump’s "creepy" history.

But he had more to mansplain to Swift about how misunderstood the Republican Party is.

"Or maybe she just bought into all the lies about conservatives and Republicans, that they are racist and sexist and homophobic and xenophobic and transphobic and Islamophobic, and Republicans and conservatives want dirty air and water, and a total ban on all abortion with no exceptions."
"If she believes all that, she is believing a lie, because those talking points are simply untrue."

If Swift believes all that, she's probably paid attention to the words and deeds of the GOP and conservatives, but calling the truth fake news is also part of the conservative playbook.

Hannity concluded:

"Now, I’m just saying, maybe she wants to think twice before making a decision about 2024."

You can watch Hannity's commentary here:

Hannity's education of Swift was received as well as his contemporaries outright attacks against her.




Taylor Swift has not responded to Hannity's lesson.