Trump-Hating Liberals BLAST Taylor Swift For Saying 2017 ‘Couldn’t Have Been Better’

Trump-Hating Liberals BLAST Taylor Swift For Saying 2017 ‘Couldn’t Have Been Better’

There seems to be an awful lot of seriously mentally disturbed people out there. One of their favorite targets is Taylor Swift who doesn’t appear to me to be political at all. She just turned 28 and celebrated her birthday by saying that 2017 could not have been any better. That’s when the leftists descended like vultures on her. Her birthday was on December 13th and she took to Instagram to share with her fans that she “couldn’t have asked for a better year.” Some of her fans promptly turned on her and called her “tone deaf” to major 2017 events.

These fans whined and whinged about events such as mass shootings, Trump’s travel ban, white supremacy marches and the sexual assault cases that are flooding Hollywood, the media and Capitol Hill. She’s not tone deaf. Swift is just not immersed in identity politics and Trump-hatred. She personally had a terrific year. I think that is fantastic and it should be celebrated, not criticized.

One ding dong on Twitter just couldn’t let it go and set out to remind Swift of the horror that was 2017: “I mean, yeah there were Nazi’s and white supremacy marches, and families are being town apart, and there were mass shootings, and people are losing health care, but none of that affects me, so 2017 was great!” There are always bad things happening somewhere and there’s always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser headed our way to destroy us (see the documentary Men In Black). That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t celebrate a personal good year. Get real.

Another ding bat tweeted: “I can’t even begin to explain the lack of empathy it requires to even begin to describe 2017 as a good year. I simply can’t imagine being so self-centered as to not consider this year a crushing loss to all involved.” You are kidding right? There’s more jobs, more national security, the stock market is at an all time high… and we should blow our brains out over that? SMH.

2017 has had its ups and downs. There have been terrorist attacks and a lot of politics I wish hadn’t happened. But Taylor Swift did have a good year. In August, she won her case against David Mueller, a former Colorado radio DJ that she accused of groping her in 2013. And riding the wave of her trial success, Swift later graced the cover of Time magazine as one the “Silence Breakers” women who fought against sexual assault for Time’s Person of the Year honor. None of that is personal to me, but for Taylor, it’s huge. Plus, her music career is doing really, really well. Let her be happy about that and stop trying to crush everyone because you are unhappy.

Swift’s new album “Reputation” has sold more than 1.2 million copies in its first week, according to Billboard. She also performed at New York City’s Z100 Jingle Ball and announced a worldwide “Reputation” tour for 2018. She also fell for British actor Joe Alywn and they are very happy together. Of course, Swift’s love life is chaotic and her relationships don’t tend to last long, but perhaps this time will be different. At any rate, she’s in love and she’s happy. There’s nothing wrong with that at all.

Swift’s happiness on her birthday and her good year got criticism from people who have no life and are jealous of her success. Life is not just the political and social issues of identity politics. To enjoy life, you have to really live it. Taylor Swift is doing that. Her whiny fans might try that for a change.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is an editor and writer for Right Wing News. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net. She is a Constitutional Conservative and NoisyRoom focuses on political and national issues of interest to the American public. Terresa is the editor at Trevor Loudon's site, New Zeal - trevorloudon.com. She also does research at KeyWiki.org. You can email Terresa here. NoisyRoom can be found on Facebook and on Twitter.

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