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Untangling Disinformation

Here's why conspiracy theories about Taylor Swift and the Super Bowl are spreading

Swift's popularity is being twisted into a threat by a contingent of far-right, Donald Trump-supporting conservatives. "Is Swift a front for a covert political agenda?" asked a Fox News host.

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Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with Taylor Swift after a 17-10 victory against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game on Jan. 28, 2024 in Baltimore. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's why conspiracy theories about Taylor Swift and the Super Bowl are spreading

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