Numerous conspiracy theories involving Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are circulating as the Chiefs head to the Super Bowl.

The highly anticipated Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers has taken a surprising turn into the realm of political conspiracy theories. Rumors have emerged on social media, ranging from baseless claims that music superstar Taylor Swift is involved in Pentagon psychological operations to the idea that she and her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, are part of a secret plot to help President Biden get reelected in 2024. Some have even suggested that the Chiefs’ success was rigged for the game in Las Vegas.

These allegations have been amplified by political and media figures on the right, including former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, political activist Laura Loomer, and One America News Network host Alison Steinberg. Mike Crispi, a major pro-Trump broadcast personality, has even gone as far as to claim that the NFL is “totally rigged” for the Chiefs and that Swift and Kelce will use the halftime show to endorse Biden.

However, these claims are unfounded and reflect the fear on the right that someone as influential as Swift could sway the presidential race with her massive fan base. While pop culture and politics have often intersected, the impact of celebrity endorsements on elections is not always clear. In Swift’s case, her endorsement of voter registration in 2023 led to over 35,000 registrations on However, the true impact of her endorsement on the election remains uncertain.

It is important to note that the entertainment industry has a long history of political contributions, and candidates often seek the support of celebrities to boost their appeal. While Swift’s endorsement may have some influence, it is ultimately up to the individual voter to make their own informed decision. The majority of Americans are familiar with Swift’s relationship with Kelce, and most consider it a genuine relationship rather than a political ploy.

In conclusion, the rumors surrounding Swift and Kelce’s involvement in political conspiracy theories are baseless and reflect the fear of the right that her influence could sway the election. While pop culture and politics may intersect, it is ultimately up to the individual voter to make their own informed decision.  

Share This Article
Leave a comment