After years of being criticized for not taking a stance politically, Taylor Swift has spent the last couple of years fighting for what she believes in. Beginning with an endorsement during the 2018 midterm elections, the singer-songwriter made it known far and wide that she’s a Democrat.
While her song “Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince” points to her dislike of Donald Trump’s administration, Swift has mostly refrained from name-dropping the 45th president of the U.S. That is, until now. Check out her tweet calling out Trump and the notable celebrities supporting her.
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Model Martha Hunt and Swift have a friendship that dates back several years. They’ve remained close, even as Swift drifted apart from another member of their friend group: Karlie Kloss (who, as the sister-in-law of Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has a reason to stay out of this fight).
Hunt replied to Swift’s message on Twitter, “This! Trump has continued to encourage an environment for radicalized racism as a white supremacist… What did he expect? How much brazen racism can people take peacefully? He wants a race war and asked for killings last night.”
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Actor Ben Platt is, like Swift, also a singer and songwriter. He got his start on Broadway at a young age before making his way into film and TV with the Pitch Perfect series. At present, he stars in the Netflix series The Politician, so he knows a thing or two about the good and bad in our leadership.
Platt’s simply responded to Swift on Twitter, “f*ck yeah.” This came after his above tweet. Though it doesn’t include Trump’s name, Platt makes it clear that he’s referring to the current president, who he calls “vile, unintelligent & malicious,” and says we need to “vote to replace him or personally perpetuate evil & wrong.”
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Another politically active actor is Debra Messing. The Will & Grace star is also known for her main roles in TV series such as Smash and The Mysteries of Laura. Like Swift, she is unapologetic about her opinions and even co-hosts a podcast, The Dissenters, in which they speak to those making a difference.
In response to Swift’s Twitter message, Messing quote-tweeted her and added, “THANK YOU for using your voice @taylorswift13. #Trump is a dangerous, virulently racist, unstable man. Pray for our country.”
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As far as politically active actors go, Alyssa Milano must be mentioned. While appearing in such series as Netflix’s Insatiable, the former Who’s the Boss? and Charmed star has used her platform to speak about a variety of issues, while throwing her full support behind presumed Democratic candidate Joe Biden in 2020.
Like Swift, Milano frequently deals with people, including former friends, trying to tear her down. So it’s no surprise to see her support the musician here, replying, “Thank you for using your voice for good” to the tweet in question.