Tennessee-born singer Taylor Swift used her social networks in which, through a harsh message, she attacked the president of United States.
Swift was unable to remain silent in the face of recent statements by the US leader, who spoke out against protesters in Minnesota after the attacks he was victim of. George Floyd, for which he lost his life.
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Now, the singer showed her outrage and through a message addressed entirely to the president, she let him know that she will not vote for him in the next elections.
After fanning the fires of white supremacy and racism throughout your presidency, do you have the gall to pretend moral superiority before threatening violence? When the looting begins, do the artifact explosions start? We will get you out in November, ”Swift wrote.
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Immediately, the publication of the interpreter of "The Man"and many others have been supported by several users who have liked me, adding a thousand reactions to their publication.
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It is worth mentioning that the contradictory publications of the American leader unleashed the Rage from multiple users who reacted to one of your most recent messages
He claimed that the memory of George Floyd, an African-American man who claimed not to be able to breathe, while immobilized by a policeman's knee to his neck, was tainted with protests by "criminals" in Minneapolis, so he called on Governor Tim Walz. , giving permission to the military to assume control based on impacts.
The lost of George Floyd after the attacks by a police officer last Monday, it has provoked the anger and outrage of a large community of singers, actors, celebrities and even users on social networks.
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Floyd was accused of using a counterfeit $ 20 bill in a Supermarket, reason that a policeman took as an excuse to attack him and take his life.
Figures like Madonna, Beyoncé, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber have spoken about the subject in recent days through their publications, in the same way in Twitter where recent events have caused the indignation of netizens.
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And even the platform itself Twitter He has pointed out that the US President's comment "glorifies violence."