Taylor “Not So” Swift Shows Why Thinking Should be Left to Somebody Else

May 29, 2020 in Columnists, News by RBN Staff




By Je suis Spike


I feel a bit foolish commenting on Taylor’s Swift’s tweeting, so will be brief.  It is for her edification, I would add.

She tweeted:

After stoking the fires of white supremacy and racism your entire presidency, you have the nerve to feign moral superiority before threatening violence? ‘When the looting starts the shooting starts’??? We will vote you out in November.

Hateful racism is a terrible thing, so to accuse somebody of it, is to make a very serious claim.  It should never be done without evidence, and it should darn well NEVER be incorrect.  False accusations of racism should meet with the same sanction as racism. To accuse somebody of hateful racism is to say the hater hates God, for, after all, we were all created in His (yes, His) image.  It is said that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.  Well, I maintain, to accuse one of the 2nd most hateful action, murder being the most, should always be done with reticence and with fear in the heart of the accuser, fear that the accuser may be wrong.  After all, only God knows the heart.

So, be careful when you accuse of racism.

As for the claim that she, (Taylor is a she, right?) makes about feigning moral superiority regarding shooting looters.  I accuse her of hypocrisy.

Otherwise Taylor, invite the looters to your house.

When you’re home.

Show us that you have the courage of your accusations.  If anybody wants to start a GoFundMe page so as to Uber a few “protestors” (rioters, looters) to young Swift’s house, I’ll throw in.  Maybe she could talk some sense into them, sage as she is.

Taylor, share your address.

This is why the thinking should be left to others, Swift.

Je suis Spike