Joy Behar, one of the wise minds on the daytime talk show “The View,” has taken serious issue with the Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce romance that is budding before our very eyes. Behar exclaimed that she is worried for Taylor Swift, calling Kelce “illiterate” and acting horrified that Swift may be “stuck with this idiot.”
Most conservatives, myself included, seem tired of hearing about the ongoing relationship that took place before our very eyes during many an NFL game on national television. Taylor Swift has some good songs, and Travis Kelce is an outstanding football player, but could we please just keep the television coverage of the two stars separate?
Of course, this issue with Joy Behar has to wrap all the way back to 2010, following a move that the Left loves where they comb through a high-profile star’s social media in hopes of digging up the most egregious posts that they made earlier in life.
Behar read one of Kelce’s, which said, “Here’s one of his quotes: ‘Damn, the Clippers girls gotta be the girls that don’t make the Lakers team ’cause they was all ugly.’”
Following the reading aloud of this written post, Behar deduced that there must be something wrong with Kelce. She said, “He’s Illiterate.” What an absolutely classic move from the mental gladiator that Joy Behar is. Only she could read a social media post that somebody WROTE and then exclaim that it is proof that their person is illiterate. Joy, that is not what the word Illiterate means. Actually, it is quite the opposite.
Decider shared another quote where Behar continued on reading the posts of a much younger Kelce on social media. Behar said, “He’s obsessed with the girls. I’m looking. That was his thing. [He wrote], ‘Why can’t girls hide they back fat?,’ [and], ‘I feel like if you want to be a cheerleader, you have to pass a beauty test. There’s too many ugly cheerleaders out here.’”
One hilarious game to play with the ladies of “The View” is to see how long it takes them to bring politics into any conversation. It really is hard to believe, but this discussion, too, was wrapped around politics to these women.
After all, they probably aren’t able to discuss a relationship between a football player and a pop singer without bringing the conversation back around to politics, especially in the face of a mounting return from Donald Trump, who is showing promise in the polls for a 2024 presidential run.
Behar said, “I’m a Swiftie. I love her because she’s getting young people out to vote so I don’t want her to be stuck with this idiot.”
So, there it is. Behar isn’t looking out for Swift. She just wanted to make sure that the massive group of young women that flock to Taylor Swift’s shows in the hundreds of thousands never accidentally hear a pro-conservative sentiment. And she fears that Kelce might poison the mind of one of the Left’s most easily controllable stars.
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